Kevin Hackett

  • Rockefeller Group, IPA Break Ground in Arizona

    A $57.5 million development breaks ground near Phoenix; Terrace Capital provides $7.8 million for an Ohio asset; and Cohen Financial secures financing for properties in the Midwest.

    National 15 February 2013 20:11
  • Rockefeller Group, Sterling Realty Plan Bellevue Office Complex

    By Alex Girda, Associate Editor New York-based real estate company The Rockefeller Group is partnering with local entity Sterling Realty Organization on development of a 2.4 million-square-foot mixed-use office-and-retail complex on a 5.5-acre lot owned by Sterling Realty and located in Bellevue’s downtown area. The project will progress in phases, based on demand. Located between [...]

    Seattle 21 January 2013 18:12

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