James Sinopoli

  • Getting Smarter: The Evolution of Smart Buildings, Part 1

    The concept of the smart building has been around for more than a decade, but it’s still a little nebulous. We delve into two of the concepts -- open-source technologies and submetering -- to find out what they mean for building investors, owners and operators. By Dees Stribling.

    National 14 March 2012 18:07

You May Also Like

  • San Jose Office Asset Commands $63M

    The Muller Co. teamed up with CIGNA Investment Management to purchase the 104,000-square-foot Century Plaza. Cushman & Wakefield negotiated the deal.

    08 February 2019 12:09
  • Private Buyers Dominate Net Lease QSR Sector

    Randy Blankstein, president of net lease advisory firm The Boulder Group, outlines the factors that have attracted investors to the quick-service restaurant segment.

    05 September 2018 16:39
  • Hilco Buys Boston-Area Office Campus for $86M

    NKF Capital Markets arranged the company’s acquisition of CenterPoint, a 440,000-square-foot property in Waltham, Mass., which formerly served as an R&D and manufacturing hub for Raytheon.

    31 August 2018 16:21
  • DC’s Landmark Washington Harbor Property Sells for $415M

    Acting on behalf of a consortium represented by Principal Real Estate Investors, HFF secured Global Holdings Management Group as a buyer for the 560,000-square-foot office and retail asset.

    02 August 2018 13:01
  • MN Retail Center Lands Financing

    The borrower will use the three-year, floating-rate loan secured by HFF to redevelop the 137,000-square-foot retail center, which is anchored by Cub Foods.

    04 February 2019 18:12