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  • The LaSalle Group to Open New Memory Care Community in Chicago

    The LaSalle Group and Autumn Leaves has announced that it will open a 29,000-square-foot memory care community in South Barrington, Ill. The $11.1 million community will provide care for 50 residents living with Alzheimer’s, dementia and memory impairment.

    Midwest 17 June 2014 18:28
  • LaSalle Group to Break Ground on Chicago-Area Memory Care Community

    The LaSalle Group will break ground on its ninth Chicago-area memory care community.

    Midwest 28 April 2014 13:41
  • The LaSalle Group Names Sherry Daughtery Director of Finance

    The LaSalle Group, Inc., a national leader in memory care, has announced the recent appointment of Sherry Daughtery as the company’s director of finance.

    South 23 April 2014 16:36
  • LaSalle Group to Develop Two Memory Care Properties in Austin Area

    The LaSalle Group, which specializes in memory-care seniors housing, has broken ground on two properties in the Austin, Texas, area.

    South 21 April 2014 14:23
  • Harvest Properties Completes Office Acquisition in Deal Rumored to Be Worth $100 Million

    Harvest Properties, one of the more active companies in the San Francisco Bay Area office market, has reportedly made another large acquisition. The company, along with joint venture partner LaSalle Investment Management, paid a fee rumored to be in the vicinity of $100 million for a two-building office complex in San Mateo, Calif. The joint venture acquired the property from seller Fisher Investments with whom a lease-back deal has already been arranged. Earlier this year, Harvest and Invesco Real Estate sold Parkside Towers, a 400,000-square-foot office complex, to Heitman in a deal worth about $200 million.

    San Francisco 11 April 2014 21:05
  • Iconic Seattle Office Building Changes Hands

    By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Seattle’s office market has been praised repeatedly over the past couple of years for constantly producing major transactions and for the way in which areas such as South Lake Union have defined themselves as the next big tech destinations in the country. The investor response is so positive that even companies previously dealing with residential assets are now looking to cash in on the office rise the Northwest has been experiencing. A case in point would be the recent acquisition of the Dexter Horton building by traditional multifamily developer Gerding Edlen.

    Seattle 12 March 2013 04:37