Honeyman Hardware Lofts

  • DiNapoli Capital Partners Acquires Pearl District Residential Community in $37M Deal

    Portland’s Pearl District is attracting a large amount of interest lately, with investors ready to move on any great opportunities. Honeymoon Hardware Lofts was recently sold by a joint venture between Seattle-based Security Properties Inc. and Lubert-Adler Partners from Philadelphia to buyer DiNapoli Capital Partners for a total fee of $37.05 million. Portland HFF representative Ira Virden led the team that handled the transaction for both parties.

    Seattle 08 December 2014 06:05

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