• Finding Convenience in Northeast Ohio

    Investor activity continues to stay strong in the Northeast Ohio retail market. After the acquisition of the Creekside Commons and Cedar Center North shopping centers, by the joint venture between Inland Real Estate Corp. and Dutch pension fund administrator PGGM, this spring, it’s now time for single-tenant retail properties to take the center stage.

    Cleveland 15 June 2015 03:24
  • Behringer Harvard Begins Luxury Apartments in Atlanta’s Buckhead

    Behringer Harvard and Atlantic Realty Partners begin Cyan, a 23-story apartment tower in Atlanta's Buckhead submarket.

    Atlanta 14 March 2014 16:52
  • Centerline Arranges $186M for Texas Portfolio Acquisition

    Centerline provides financing for a nine-property purchase by Gaia Real Estate; Behringer Harvard and PGGM expand their co-investment relationship; and Houlihan-Parnes brokers a $600,000 non-recourse refinance loan carrying a five-year term.

    National 30 December 2013 16:37
  • Inland Real Estate Buys University Heights Shopping Center

    Inland Real Estate Corporation has acquired a Cleveland-area shopping center in a joint venture with Dutch pension fund advisor PGGM. The purchase price was $24.9 million, excluding closing costs and adjustments. The joint venture also assumed an $18.4 million property-level loan with a two-year term, which it expects to pay off or refinance upon maturity.

    Cleveland 22 October 2013 03:49
  • Inland Real Estate, PGGM Acquire 3 Retail Centers for $24.2M

    In an off-market transaction, a joint venture between Illinois investor Inland Real Estate Corp. and Dutch pension fund advisor PGGM has paid $24.2 million to acquire three Walmart-anchored shopping centers in the Milwaukee area.

    Midwest 16 September 2013 15:32
  • The Dump Furniture Store Opens in Lombard; Joint Venture to Develop Evergreen Promenade Shopping Center

    One of the largest furniture outlets in the country, The Dump, has recently officially opened its new location in Lombard, Illinois. Featuring a staggering 134,000 square feet, The Dump is now the largest high-end furniture outlet in the Chicago marketplace. The opening of the Lombard outlet confirms the company’s continuous expansion as it becomes the 11th location for The Dump Furniture Store, a division of Virginia Beach-based Haynes Furniture.

    Chicago 09 September 2013 04:19