Jackson Group

  • Meridian Cinches 2-Part Financing for Union Square Deal

    The 166 Geary Street building was recently acquired as Meridian Capital Group announced it has arranged $35 million in financing for the acquisition. The national commercial real estate finance and advisory firm worked on behalf of The Jackson Group, Sun Equity Partners and Concord Real Estate. Meridian arranged the 36-month, floating-rate mortgage, which was provided by a national balance sheet lender, features full-term interest-only payments and is priced at 350 basis points over one-month LIBOR.

    San Francisco 20 February 2015 23:31
  • Colab Space The Creative Block Kicks Off Construction in Downtown Baton Rouge

    The revitalization of downtown Baton Rouge continues with a trendy new spot: The Creative Bloc, an 11,500-square-foot collaborative workspace and multimedia production hub.

    South 07 March 2014 01:18

You May Also Like

  • CBRE to Lease Upcoming SLC Office Building

    Westport Capital Partners selected CBRE to oversee the leasing of 60 Park in Sugar House, Utah. The property, scheduled for completion in the summer of 2019, is part of the ongoing Park Avenue mixed-use development project.

    09 October 2017 14:21
  • Finding Value in Small and Midsize REITs

    Should REIT investors be paying more attention to smaller companies? Green Street Advisors Managing Director of Advisory & Consulting Phil Owens examines the question.

    07 February 2018 14:35
  • Economy Watch: Architects a Little Less Busy in September

    The seven-month streak of steady growth in demand for design services ended in September, with the American Institute of Architects' Architecture Billings Index dipping to 49.1 for the month.

    19 October 2017 15:56
  • Trophy Office Campus in Raleigh Commands $135M

    The sale of the three-building Lenovo Enterprise Campus in the Research Triangle Park marks 90 North Real Estate Partners’ first disposition in the U.S.

    28 February 2018 13:09
  • Phoenix: Maintaining Momentum in the Desert

    The metro is outpacing the country in job creation and population growth, drawing multifamily developers and investors looking for opportunities in second-tier markets.

    02 October 2017 13:21