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Formation Capital Pays $400M for 36 Seniors Housing Communities
The portfolio includes 2,600 units, comprised of a mix of 65 percent assisted living facilities, 18 percent independent living facilities and 16 percent memory care facilities.
Jamestown Sells Atlanta Office Tower in $157.9M Deal
Jamestown acquired the tower in 2007. Eastdil Secured represented the firm in the current transaction.
RadioShack's Makeover
The electronics retailer unveiled the first of its redesigned stores at 2268 Broadway in New York City.
Hines Fund Sells NYC Office Towers for More Than $1B
Eastdil Secured LLC and CBRE jointly represented Hines in both transactions.
Tishman Speyer Closes $371.7M Construction Loan for San Francisco Condo Project
Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers provided funding for the non-recourse financing.
American Realty Capital Properties to Merge With American Realty Capital Trust IV in $3.1B Deal 1
As a result of the ARCT IV merger and other recent acquisitions, ARCP will own 2,579 single tenant properties in 48 states.
Shopping Center Group Appointed Leasing Agent for Glensford Way Project in North Carolina
Armstrong Ventures 2 plans to complete the development by spring 2014. BJ’s Wholesale Club will anchor the center, along with two junior anchors.
Agree Realty Pays $22.4M for Net Leased Sam’s Club, AutoZone Stores
The property leased to Wal-Mart Stores and occupied by a Sam’s Club contains 147,771 sq. ft. of space.
Hudson Pacific Enters Seattle Office Market with $367.6M Investment
The firm entered into an agreement to acquire a four-building, 836,419-sq.-ft. office portfolio in Seattle.
Goodyear Reinflates Akron with New HQ
Goodyear's new headquarters in Akron, Ohio, is sustainably designed.
American Realty Capital REIT to Acquire Office Building in Midtown Manhattan From SL Green for $220.3M
American Realty Capital New York Recovery REIT Inc.will acquire from SL Green Realty Corp. the fee simple interest in an institutional-quality office building at 333 West 34th Street in Midtown Manhattan.
The Left Shoe Opens Its First U.S. Store
The 1,700-sq.-ft. store features 3D scanners to measure feet for the perfect shoe size, a design studio and a gentleman’s bar.
This is What LEED Looks Like: Jones Lang LaSalle's Latest Projects
As LEED-designed buildings become more commonplace, national full-service real estate providers like Jones Lang LaSalle are taking on more LEED projects.
Related, HPS Form Joint Venture to Invest in Real Estate Debt on Transitional Projects
The partners plan to invest $800 million in real estate debt, specifically gap financing for real estate projects in transition across the United States.
The World's 10 Most Expensive Office Markets
Asia dominates CBRE's semi-annual look at the 10 most expensive office markets.

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