Kinship Harvests a Pioneer

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By Sharon Simonson Harvest Properties and a Chicago money partner have acquired the 34,000 square-foot Pioneer Building in San Francisco’s Mission District with a plan to renovate and reposition the 1902...

Crucial Court Decision Approaches For Sunnyvale Town Center

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By Sharon Simonson All eyes turn to receiver Jerry Hunt in the legal brawl to control the Sunnyvale Town Center. On March 15, Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Peter Kirwan is...

CalPERS Increases Multifamily Bet

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By Jon PetersonThe California Public Employees’ Retirement System has committed $631.8 million in new equity to an investment fund that specializes in apartments and already owns six Bay Area...

Angelo Gordon Buys in Downtown Palo Alto

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Jon Peterson New York City-based Angelo Gordon & Co. has acquired a leasehold interest in a shuttered assisted living facility in downtown Palo Alto with the intent of converting it...

CalSTRS Sends $47 Million to Apartment Fund

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Jon Peterson The California State Teachers’ Retirement System has approved a $47.2 million commitment to a new apartment investment fund being managed by San Diego-based Fairfield Residential Co. LLC. The commingled...

Behringer Harvard Puts Hitachi-Leased Properties on the Block

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Jon Peterson Dallas-based real estate firm Behringer Harvard and San Francisco’s Digital Realty Trust Inc. are selling two Santa Clara office-R&D buildings that the companies own in a joint venture...

CalPERS Dedicates Nearly $500MM to Buy Apartments, Decrease Debt

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Jon Peterson The California Public Employees’ Retirement System has placed nearly $494 million in new commitments with several of its existing real estate partnerships, focusing on apartment acquisitions and the...

Another SoMa Building Goes on the Block

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Jon Peterson Iowa-based insurer Aegon Americas has put a 55,000 square-foot office building in San Francisco's South of Market up for sale. The U.S. operation of Aegon N.V., a global Dutch...

CalSTRS Ends Relationship With Green Fund

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Jon Peterson The California State Teachers' Retirement System has withdrawn as a limited partner in the Thomas High Performance Green Fund, according to the pension fund's second quarter 2011 quarterly...

Behringer Harvard Buys Concord Apartments

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Jon Peterson Dallas-based Behringer Harvard has paid $47.65 million in an all-cash deal to acquire The Renaissance apartment complex in Concord along with a neighboring land parcel. The buyer acquired the...

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