Greg Harris

  • Woodland Hills Apartment Community Trades Hands for $88M

    One of the largest San Fernando Valley apartment deals was perfected recently when a group of investors headed Jones & Jones Management Group paid $88 million for a Woodland Hills property. The buyer acquired the Mercer at Warner Center residential community from Rockwood Capital and The Bascom Group. According to the CoStar Group, the acquisition comes hot on the heels of another high-profile apartment deal made by the buyer, namely the sale of the Crenshaw Village asset, for a total of $60 million.

    Los Angeles 24 October 2013 14:35
  • Western National Buys Archstone Long Beach for $46M

    IPA lands a buyer for Archstone Long Beach; UC Funding closes an $18.4 million bridge loan for a historic conversion in Baltimore; and IPA oversees the sale of a 190-unit distressed condo property in Miami-Dade.

    National 17 January 2013 19:29

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