HFF worked on behalf of the borrower, Oxford Development Company, to place the 10-year, fixed-rate loan with Goldman Sachs. HFF will service the securitized loan, proceeds of which were used to primarily pay off a maturing loan.
PHILADELPHIA—Perhaps one of the largest and most overlooked impacts of technology is the need for increased cybersecurity, says Kate Langan, chair of CoreNet Global and group general manager property at ANZ Banking Group in Melbourne, Australia in part two of this EXCLUSIVE Q&A.
PITTSBURGH—In suburban Pittsburgh, APEX 275 Southpointe is the only fully vacant class-A building with more than 100,000 square feet—the largest block of space available.
MUHLENBERG TOWNSHIP, PA—The Route 61 corridor of the Berks County industrial market hasn’t seen a new class A building project for more than 10 years, and vacancy rates for existing stock in Berks County sit below one percent as a result.
More Philadelphia Headlines
- Philadelphia Middle-Market Digest for October 11, 2016
- Biopharma Firm WuXi AppTec Opens Third Lab at Philadelphia’s Navy Yard
- Student Housing, Multifamily Distinctions Becoming Blurred As Student Expectations Rise
- Three New Tenants Check In at Chester County Light Industrial Facility
- Colliers Says Eastern PA One of the Fastest-Growing Industrial Markets in US
- Cornwells Station Apartments in Bensalem Trade for Nearly $8.6 Million
- Berkadia Financing Philadelphia’s First AHP for Seniors
- Retailer Five Below Leasing 180K SF on Market Street in Philadelphia
LOS ANGELES—Whether it is from ballot initiatives, land costs or construction costs, developers at the recent RealShare Apartments conference spoke about the long list of challenges that influence their decisions and shape their pipelines.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA—Affordable multifamily apartments provide critically needed housing by giving preference to low-income families and people who live or work in Mountain View, thereby promoting accessibility to those struggling to find housing in an extremely competitive market.
LOS ANGELES—Expert sources at RealShare Apartments discuss fundamentals, demographics, wage growth, affordability, and what they see as reasons for caution.
More National Headlines
- A Farewell and Celebration At CREW Con
- Tighe: “I Realize How Fortunate I’ve Been”
- Apt. Values Rise Along with Office, Industrial
- Pebblebrook, Denihan Split $820M Portfolio
- Middle Market Digest: This Week in the North West
- The Ins and Outs of Lease Workouts
- What Challenges Are Facing Developers Today?
- Digital Realty Launching New Downtown Data Center
In honor of Forum's 70th Anniversary, we have taken a look back at some of the people, deals and decisions that have helped to shape the industry over the past seven decades, and took a look ahead at the trends that will likely impact its future evolution.
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SAN DIEGO—There is a significant difference between what a new apartment project costs to build or buy today and the pricing on 1970s and 1980s vintage projects, which can typically be acquired for well below replacement costs, Pathfinder’s Lorne Polger tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
IRVINE, CA—While Dodd-Frank effectively banned the affordability products responsible for the housing bubble, in the wake of the price collapse, lawmakers struggle with unresolved issues pertaining to mortgage finance, Market InSite’s Larry Roberts tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.
CHICAGO—The developer has helped transform several of Chicago’s industrial neighborhoods into trendy office centers, and plans to go national with projects in Portland, Miami and Nashville.
NEW YORK CITY—Major League Baseball has signed a new lease for approximately 400,000-square-feet at 1271 Ave. of the Americas. The iconic 48-story…