Burnham Brown was able to terminate excess space that had multiple years of remaining term, achieve an attractive concession package and a tenant improvement allowance in its lease at 1901 Harrison in Uptown Oakland.
The sales of Regency Park and Travis at the Lake were part of a unique situation that began as a discussion about refinancing, and then led to a value-add sale and 1031 exchange acquisition of another property.
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