The Chiofaro Company

  • January 2015 – Briefs/Finance

    The Chiofaro Co. Receives $500M in Financing for Boston Office Complex; Howard Hughes Corp. Lands $600M for Nation’s Largest LEED-ND Platinum Project; Meridian Arranges $737M for Brookfield, Urban American NYC Portfolio Buy; CBRE Secures $100M Loan for Netflix HQ in Silicon Valley; Metropolis Investment Holdings Gets $150M Loan for San Francisco Skyline Landmark; TRT, JMI Get $140M in Financing for Omni San Diego Hotel; Oyster Development, Tricon Net $144M in Financing for San Francisco Condo, Retail Development; Bucksbaum, Steiner Land $165M in Financing for Suburban Cincinnati Retail Center.

    National 22 December 2014 16:10
  • The Chiofaro Co. Receives $500M in Financing for Boston Office Complex

    The Chiofaro Co. and an institutional partner have received $500 million in financing for International Place, a 1.8 million-square-foot, Class A trophy office complex located in Boston’s Financial District.

    National 13 November 2014 15:52

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