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  • CoStar’s People of Note (Apr. 6 – 12)
    It’s time to update those contact managers with CoStar’s People of Note, reporting news on significant new CRE hires and promotions. This week’s issue includes the following markets: Chicago, New York City, Detroit, Philadelphia, East Bay, Orange County, Phoenix, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Seattle, and Northern New Jersey.
    CHICAGO
    Bertke to Direct CBRE’s Asset Services in Eastern U.S.
    By CoStar Research

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  • Parallel Ptnrs Pays $101.7M for Shoreline Square Tower
    Parallel Capital Partners, Inc. purchased the Shoreline Square Tower at 301 E. Ocean Blvd. in Long Beach, CA for $101.7 million, or about $265 per square foot, from Bantry Holdings and Guggenheim Real Estate LLC.

    The 20-story, 383,652-square-foot, 4-Star office property was Long Beach’s first LEED Silver certified structure, and is poised to achieve LEED Gold certification this year thanks in-part to high-efficiency fixtures and other reduced…

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  • Lincoln Property, Angelo Gordon Sell Santa Ana Office Towers for $129M
    Joint-venture partners Lincoln Property Co. and Angelo, Gordon & Co. sold the Griffin Towers at 5 and 6 Hutton Centre Dr. in Santa Ana, CA to Blackstone office property affiliate Equity Office. At $129 million, the property sale represents the largest commercial transaction in Orange County so far this year.

    The 12-story twin office buildings in the MacArthur Place office park total about 550,000 square feet of rentable square feet plus penthouses…

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  • Although Still Just a Ripple, Condo Development Continues With Big Urban Projects Across the U.S.
    With apartment rents rising quickly in many markets and the single-family home market on the mend, the spreading housing recovery is reviving interest in the long-dormant condominium market. Although still a novelty in most markets, multiple large condo projects are under way in Boston, Washington, D.C., Chicago, especially New York City — and even in former housing bust markets such as South Florida and Phoenix.

    While still well below historical…

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  • New CRE Loans Hit All-Time High
    During the fourth quarter of 2013, commercial and multifamily mortgage originations were strong, boosting mortgage debt outstanding to a new all-time high.

    In fact, the fourth quarter marked the highest volume of commercial and multifamily mortgage originations since 2007, with all investor groups increasing their activity, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s just-released 2013 Data Book.

    The level of commercial/multifamily mortgage…

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  • Amazon Remaking Seattle in Its Own Image
    By: Joseph Sollazzo, Real Estate Economist with CoStar Group
    The Amazon effect typically refers to the online retail giant’s global influence on retail and supply-chain dynamics. But more locally, it is also remaking the physical and demographic landscape of downtown Seattle.

    Amazon has been at the center of the region’s tech boom and its growth has drawn migration to the urban core. From 2000 to 2012, the population of downtown Seattle grew by…

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  • Forest City Divests Philadelphia Shopping Center for $92.3M
    Forest City Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE: FCEA, FCEB) has sold the Quartermaster Plaza retail power center at 2200-2370 W. Oregon Ave. in Philadelphia, PA to Cedar Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: CDR) for $92.3 million, or about $202 per square foot.

    The 456,364-square-foot, grocery-anchored shopping center was built in 2004 on more than 43 acres in the South Philadelphia submarket. At the time of sale, the asset was 98 percent occupied, anchored by BJ…

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  • Tower Burbank Sells for $109M
    Worthe Real Estate Group and PCCP LLC have entered into a joint venture and closed on the $109 million acquisition of Tower Burbank, located at 3900 W. Alameda Ave. in Burbank, CA. BlackRock, Inc. sold the asset at approximately $224 per square foot.

    The 32-story, 486,972-square-foot, 4-Star office building was constructed in 1989 on 1.4 acres in Los Angeles County. Located within the Burbank Media District, the LEED Gold-certified property is…

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  • Shopping Center Spin-Offs Driven by ‘Pure-Play’ REIT Craze
    After bulking up through acquisitions and new development, major REITs have been practically tripping over themselves to get small through a recent spate of spin offs.

    Recent examples include Simon Property Group’s plans to set up a separate REIT for its strip center and smaller enclosed malls business, and American Realty Capital Properties’ plans to split its retail portfolio in two, keeping its single-tenant retail business while breaking out…

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