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San Francisco Development Explosion! - Interactive Map & Side Project

San Francisco's downtown area is currently going through an unprecedented, skyline redefining transformation. So many incredible developers and architects are in the process of leaving their mark on this city and it's all happening or will…
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Another Shot at Stuy Town - Blackstone's $5.3 Billion Bet

Styuvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village, otherwise known as Stuy Town, is back in real estate news. Blackstone, together with Ivanhoe Cambridge and CWCapital Asset Management, have agreed to buy the 11,232-unit apartment complex for…
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CRE Market Spotlight: Camden, NJ

After decades of being statistically one of the poorest cities in the country, it seems there are finally big changes coming to the city of Camden, NJ. With an extensive and generous state sponsored tax credit program luring big businesses to…
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NYC Office Building Brings 2nd Highest Price Ever

If there's one thing I remember from my pre-2008 days, it was seeing a lot of stories like this. Are we in bubble territory yet? SL Green Realty has agreed to buy CIM Group's 11 Madison Ave. The 29-story office tower in Manhattan,…
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Prologis to Acquire KTR Capital in JV with Norges

It was announced last week that Prologis, the world's largest industrial REIT, has agreed to buy KTR Capital Partners for $5.9 billion. KTR owns and operates 70 million square feet of real estate across the U.S. I think the deal is interesting…
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GE Capital to Sell RE Assets to Blackstone, Wells Fargo

GE is unwinding its financial companies, and as a consequence, is selling off its real estate assets. Blackstone and Wells Fargo have reportedly agreed to buy GE Capital's real estate assets for $23bn. This is the largest deal of its kind since…
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Blackstone to Buy 2nd Tallest Building in U.S.

At $1.3bn, The Blackstone Group is set to become the next owner of the iconic Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) in Chicago, IL. The group selling the building, bought it for $841mm in 2004. A few links with deal specifics: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-03-16/blackstone-group-agrees-to-buy-chicago-s-willis-tower http://www.benzinga.com/trading-ideas/long-ideas/15/03/5331305/blackstones-willis-tower-purchase-set-a-record-but-is-it-a-ba http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20150306/NEWS12/150309828/blackstone-in-talks-to-buy-willis-tower-for-1-5-billion