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  • P.B. Bell, Stonecutter Purchase $168.5M Phoenix M-F Portfolio

    The Cooke Multifamily Investments Team at Colliers International in Greater Phoenix announced that they completed the sale of a $168.5 million portfolio, comprising seven apartment properties. Totaling at 2,759 units, the portfolio was awarded to a joint venture formed by P.B. Bell of Scottsdale and Stonecutter of New York City. Cindy Cooke, senior executive vice president of Colliers International, and Brad Cooke, vice president of Colliers International, represented the seller, Standard Phoenix Fund.

    Phoenix 03 August 2014 08:16
  • Colliers’ Cooke Team Brokers $168.5M Phoenix Portfolio Sale

    Colliers' Cooke Team completes the largest Phoenix multifamily portfolio sale year-to-date; Charles Dunn Company brokers a $6.9 million sale in California's San Fernando Valley; and Besen & Associates brokers the sales of two Manhattan buildings.

    New York 30 July 2014 18:49

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