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    With the help of HKS Architects, the company will bring to life the North Torrey Pines Living and Learning Neighborhood, a 10-acre project that will include 2,000 beds, academic buildings, research facilities, and more.

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  • WPC Acquires $8M Office Buildings

    Washington Property Co. acquired two assets in the Maryland and Virginia suburbs of D.C., with plans to renovate and reposition both properties.

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  • LA Job Growth Spurs Leasing Surge

    Los Angeles-based up-and-coming tech, engineering and financial firms drive the continued demand for office space, while development and leasing remain robust.

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  • DHL to Expand Port of Houston Industrial Campus

    DCT will add a third distribution building to DHL’s leased campus on Texas 225 in La Porte, near the Port of Houston.

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  • Economy Watch Weekly: Retail Bankruptcies Already Equal to 2016 Total

    The rise of e-commerce, oversupply of shopping centers and changing Millennial preferences are among the key factors forcing many retailers to close up shop, reports Economy Editor Dees Stribling.

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  • Jack Resnick & Sons Makes Promotions

    Brett Greenberg has taken over as the firm’s new executive managing director of leasing, replacing the recently retired industry veteran Dennis Brady. Adam Rappaport has taken over Greenberg's former position as managing director of leasing.

    09 June 2017 15:58
  • Downtown Atlanta Trophy Asset Changes Hands

    The iconic 100 Peachtree was developed by Equitable Life Insurance Co. in 1969 and designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. The tower is currently 82 percent leased.

    30 May 2017 11:13
  • 1776 On The Green Trades for $33M

    Vision Real Estate purchased 1776 On The Green from Deutsche Asset Management in a $33 million transaction and plans on modernizing the office building.

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  • CIT to Leave Reverse Mortgage Business

    The sale of Financial Freedom, CIT’s reverse mortgage servicing business, and its $900 million portfolio is expected to close in the second quarter of 2018.

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  • Joint Venture Invests in SC Redevelopment

    The Lowenstein Building is the first of several phases of a rehabilitation program taking place within Knowledge Park, a $200 million mixed-use development.

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