Tamir Kazaz

  • Clal Insurance Grabs Another Apartment in Stamford

    Clal Insurance acquires a 146-unit asset in Stamford from a joint venture; Capital One Bank closes on a $31.1 million Fannie Mae loan to refinance a portfolio of Class A Los Angeles apartments; and Marcus & Millichap brokers $10.9 million sale in SoCal.

    National 04 September 2014 17:57
  • Clal US CEO Tamir Kazaz is Enthusiastic About Multifamily on New Jersey’s Gold Coast and Beyond

    Clal US is a wholly owned subsidiary of Clal Insurance, a publicly traded insurance company, pension fund manager, and one of Israel’s largest financial institutions with over $40 billion in assets under management. Clal US opened its Manhattan office in May 2013 with several hundred million dollars in funding toward real estate acquisitions in the United States.

    National 02 June 2014 17:00
  • Miami Waterfront Development Site Trades Hands

    ARA brokers a multifamily development site in Miami Beach, Fla.; Berkadia arranges $86 million for 15 seniors housing communities in North Carolina; and an Israeli insurance company acquires its first multifamily property in the United States for $48 million.

    National 31 March 2014 17:32

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