Joseph DeRosa

  • Greystar Nabs Oregon Community from Invesco

    Greystar acquires a 264-unit community in the Silicon Forest; NorthMarq Capital finalizes a $13 million bridge loan for a Manhattan High Line condo project; and Smith Equities arranges the sale of two student housing assets that serve the University of South Florida.

    New York 29 August 2014 18:07

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