Pillar Properties

  • Pillar Hires Artin Anvar To Lead Originations in Washington D.C. Office

    Pillar, a Guggenheim Partners affiliate, announced that it has appointed Artin Anvar as managing director.

    Midwest 17 September 2015 18:28
  • San Antonio’s Growing Job Market Attracts Investment

    Sendera looks to San Antonio for growth, and Pillar originates a loan for a property that is in lease-up.

    San Antonio 18 June 2015 18:26
  • Puppy-Powered Lease Up

    In a competitive Washington, D.C., multifamily market, WC Smith released a secret weapon to lease up its 2M property in NoMa: an adorable, social media-savvy English bulldog puppy.

    National 05 May 2015 18:18
  • Columbus Mixed-Use Community Trades Hands

    PCCP provides a high net-worth investor with an acquisition loan; Greysteel arranges a 57-unit sale in Texas; and Pillar originates $9.2 million for the acquisition of an affordable property.

    Columbus 09 April 2015 18:20
  • Inside Pillar Properties

    When you’re talking multifamily development in the Puget Sound region, the conversation ultimately begins and ends with Pillar Properties, which has approximately 1,200 multifamily units currently operating, plus another 250 that are actively under construction and another 375 scheduled to break ground in 2015.

    National 11 February 2015 20:02
  • Pillar Originates $20.7M HUD Loan

    Pillar originates a $20.7 million acquisition and rehabilitation loan for an affordable asset in Michigan; HFF arranges $8.5 million for a 244-unit community in Tampa; and Boston Capital provides capital for two LIHTC properties in North Carolina.

    Raleigh Durham 15 July 2014 19:08
  • Pillar Pays $45M for Apartment Complex; Archway Takes 3 MOBs

    By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The Phoenix multi-family market has recorded its latest major trade with Pillar Communities’ acquisition of the San Portella apartment complex in Tempe. The 308-unit residential complex traded for a total of $45.1 million or $146,428 per [...]

    Phoenix 14 February 2012 21:27

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