prnewswire | September 08, 2020
Turnbridge Equities (Turnbridge), a vertically integrated real estate investment and development firm, announced the recapitalization of the Bronx Logistics Center, a Class-A industrial development site situated on 14.2 acres in the Hunts Point submarket of New York City. Bronx Logistics Center is expected to be one of the largest multi-story, last mile distribution facilities in the region when complete, and is currently the only planned industrial development site in the New York City market with available rail access. As part of the recapitalization, Turnbridge entered into a new joint venture with affiliates of Dune Real Estate Partners LP (Dune) to own and develop the five parcel assemblage. The joint venture simultaneously secured $105 million in predevelopment financing for the project with J.P.
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prnewswire | January 05, 2021
Shopoff Realty Investments , a public supervisor of pioneering and worth add land speculations, declared today that the organization has procured Castilian Technical Center situated at 50, 70 and 90 Castilian Drive in the city of Goleta, in Santa Barbara County, CA. The property was gained related to co-speculation accomplice Praelium Commercial Real Estate, and is the second venture the two firms have joined forces on together.
The as of late revamped property incorporates 10.82 sections of land contained a completely redesigned, three-building, 165,905-square-foot inventive office grounds. The grounds highlights broad open air pleasantry spaces with indoor/outside gathering regions, yards, outdoor tables and strolling trails. The property is strategically placed between US Highway 101 and Hollister Avenue, giving straightforward entry to Santa Barbara Airport, University of California, Santa Barbara, Goleta Commuter Amtrak and Downtown Santa Barbara.
"The Castilian Office Campus is a stellar property in a well-established tech corridor within the coastal market of Santa Barbara," explained Shopoff Realty Investments president and chief executive officer, William Shopoff. "This office campus will provide a stable asset of fantastic value to our portfolio, with the Goleta-Santa Barbara area in high demand due to its entrepreneurial quality for startups."
Found under two miles from the property, University of California, Santa Barbara is a main community for instructing and examination, with Forbes positioning the school as one of the top schools for business. The encompassing territory has become a dynamic designing and innovation passage as of late, and is home to Raytheon, Google, LinkedIn, Citrix, FLIR, Yardi Systems, Orbital ATK, LogMeIn, and in excess of 100 protection contractual workers.
Scott G. San Filippo, establishing head of Praelium Commercial Real Estate, added, "We are satisfied to grow our association with Shopoff in this quality resource sponsored by predominant long haul credit, and want to expand on our prosperity with extra interests in the Santa Barbara market."
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About Shopoff Realty Investments
Shopoff Realty Investments is an Irvine, California-based real estate firm with a 28-year history of value-add and opportunistic investing across the United States. The company primarily focuses on proactively generating appreciation through the repositioning of commercial income-producing properties and the entitlement of land assets. The 29-year history includes operating as Asset Recovery Fund, Eastbridge Partners and Shopoff Realty Investments (formerly known as The Shopoff Group). Performance has varied in this time frame, with certain offerings generating losses. For additional information.
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businesswire | December 04, 2020
KKR, a main worldwide speculation firm, today declared the securing of two mechanical appropriation properties in Texas adding up to around 1.8 million square feet at a total buy cost of roughly $171 million.
The recently obtained properties are situated in the significant business sectors of Dallas and Houston. Both are best in class satisfaction focuses with a normal vintage 2019. The properties were 100% rented at securing to two distinctive speculation grade occupants on a drawn out premise. The properties were obtained from Hines, the worldwide land firm, which built up the resources.
The two properties are the most recent mechanical resources procured by KKR's center in addition to land system, developing its all out modern land portfolio to around 7.2 million square feet. Over its assets, KKR claims more than 20 million square feet of mechanical property in key areas across significant metropolitan regions in the U.S.
“As more consumers migrate to shopping online and expect a seamless delivery experience, the demand for modern logistics real estate in major markets continues to grow,” said Roger Morales, KKR Partner and Head of Commercial Real Estate Acquisitions in the Americas. “We are excited to help meet that demand by increasing our footprint in the Dallas and Houston markets with the addition of these two high-quality, stable assets.”
Since dispatching a devoted land stage in 2011, KKR has developed land AUM to roughly $14 billion over the U.S., Europe and Asia as of September 30, 2020. The worldwide land group comprises of more than 90 committed venture experts, traversing both the value and credit organizations.