Fordham Place

  • December – Briefs/Sales & Development

    ARCP to Buy Cole for $11.2B; Facebook, St. Anton to Build Affordable Infill Asset; Chariot Unveils $1B Revitalization Plan for Philadelphia; San Francisco’s Apple, Bulgari Buildings Trade for $160M; Acadia to Dispose of Two Fund II Assets; Ivanhoé Buys 51% Interest in NYC’s 1211 Avenue of the Americas; EPR Properties Grabs Poconos Ski Resort; JV to Develop M-U Project Near New 49ers Stadium.

    National 25 November 2013 15:06
  • Retail Properties Buys 262 KSF, M-U Property in Bronx for $134M

    Retail Properties of America has spent $192 million on two properties in the New York City metropolitan area, including Fordham Place, a 262,000-square-foot Class A mixed-use asset on Fordham Road in the Bronx it purchased for $134 million.

    New York 20 November 2013 15:11

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