The Peebles Corporation

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  • JV to Build $1.2B Angels Landing High-Rises

    Three companies have teamed up to develop the mixed-use project planned for the 2.2-acre site on L.A.’s Bunker Hill. The towers are expected to be among the tallest in all of the western U.S.

    Los Angeles 28 December 2017 11:55
  • Peebles, Elad Buy NYC Landmark Building for $160M

    The Peebles Corp. and Elad Group have bought the historic 346 Broadway office building from New York City for $160 million and plan to transform the 115-year-old property into a five-star hotel and upscale condominiums in a $400 million restoration.

    New York 18 December 2013 18:49
  • Developers Join Forces to Revive Overtown

    Overtown’s fortunes are on the rise regarding the hundreds of construction jobs and long-term jobs a twin-project next to Lyric Theater is expected to bring.

    Miami 18 November 2013 21:16

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