Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Deals are being made in...


Tenet Healthcare Corp. signed a 10-year office space lease in Dallas. Phil Puckett and Chris Hermann of CB Richard Ellis in Dallas represented Tenet; Mike Lewis and Kirby White represented landlord Crescent Real Estate Equities L.P. internally. Source: CPN

CB Richard Ellis Investors L.L.C. acquired Colonnade I, II and III office complex in Dallas. Holliday Fenoglio Fowler L.P., also of Dallas, represented the seller. Source: CPN

Palmer Logistics leased warehouse space at the InterPort Distribution Center in Pasadena. David Munson of First Industrial Realty Trust Inc. in Houston represented the landlord, USAA Real Estate Co. Bob Berry of The Staubach Co. in Houston represented Palmer Logistics. Source: CPN

An affiliate of Harbor Group International L.L.C. teamed up with ARI to acquire Holly Hall Apartments. American Realty Advisors Inc. represented the seller. The project and companies involved are all in Houston. Source: CPN

Thompson National Properties L.L.C. of Irvine, CA and Morgan Management L.L.C. of Rochester, NY have formed a joint venture, Thompson/Morgan Properties L.L.C., to acquire apartment properties in Texas and areas east of the Mississippi River. Tony Thompson is CEO of Thompson National Properties. Source: CPN

Dallas-based Behringer Harvard (REIT) has acquired One BriarLake Plaza (also in Dallas), a 20-story tower with over 500,000 square feet of office space. Jason Mattox, chief administrative officer for Behringer Harvard. Source: CPN

Argon ST renewed a lease in the Argon Plaza in Fairfax. Tom Rogers and Charles Dilks of Grubb & Ellis Co. represented Argon ST. Brian Connolly Jr. and Robert VeShancey of Jones Lang LaSalle represented the landlord, Shorenstein Properties L.L.C. Source: CPN

Monday Properties is planning a 35-story office tower in Rosslyn. DCS Architects is the design architect and Cushman & Wakefield Inc. is the leasing agent. Source: CPN


Four Seasons will open its hotel-condo in Seattle at the end of October. NBBJ designed the 21-story tower and worked on the interiors with BraytonHughes Design Studios of San Francisco.
Source: Hospitality Design

Amazon Inc., has expanded the potential size of its headquarters in Seattle. The project includes five phases totaling 11 buildings adjacent to the city’s streetcar line. The buildings are slated to have a combined 100,000 sf of street-level retail space, and to qualify for LEED-Silver certification. Paul Allen’s Vulcan Real Estate is the developer. Schnitzer West, a joint venture that includes Portland, OR-based Schnitzer Investment Corp. is partnering with Vulcan on the first two phases. Amazon may financially assist in constructing a portion of the project. Jeff Watson and Grant Yerke of the Broderick Group have the direct leasing assignment for the building. Source: Globe

The village of Pleasant Prairie, WI has approved plans by Uline, Inc. for a $100 million facility. Mike Pollocoff is village administrator and John Steinbrink Sr. is village president. Source: Globe

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