Pearlridge Center

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  • July – Briefs/Sales & Development

    Glimcher Buys 1MSF Hawaii Retail Center; Ivanhoe, Hines Announce $300M Chicago Tower; SL Green Grabs 304 Park Ave.; Weingarten Sells $382M Industrial Portfolio; HSBC, Edge Fund Advisors Buy 1.1 MSF NYC Asset; Shorenstein Picks Up Seaport Center; Cole Buys L.A.-Area Retail Center for $147M.

    National 09 July 2012 20:14
  • Glimcher Plans to Acquire Blackstone's Interest in 1 MSF Hawaii Retail Center

    In a transaction valued at approximately $289.4 million, Glimcher is looking to acquire the 80 percent indirect interest in Pearlridge Center, a 1 million-square-foot shopping mall in the community of Aiea, in metropolitan Honolulu.

    West 23 March 2012 14:46

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