Lee & Associates CEO Jeff Rinkov was joined by four other prominent CRE leaders in a panel discussion about the market and where they believe it’s heading. The event, Connect LA, took place at the Hotel Indigo in DTLA and also featured top economists from USC and Beacon Economics.
Consolidated Container Co., which currently leases and occupies a 161,500 SF industrial building located at 1201 East Cerritos Avenue in Anaheim, has renewed its lease for 10 years. Total consideration was in excess of $15+ Million. Brad Gilmer of Lee & Associates Orange, was one of the brokers representing Consolidated Container Co.
The Columbus, Ohio office of Lee & Associates has expanded with the announcement of the addition of four key agents. Rick Smith, Matt Byrne, Bob Lockett and Chip Sergakis, all formerly with Smith Realty Partners, have joined Lee & Associates – Columbus as Executive Vice President, Vice Presidents, and Senior Associate, respectively.
Lee & Associates Naples-Fort Myers’ team of Jerry Messonnier, Bob Johnston, and Derek Bornhorst will be handling the leasing and marketing for the 350,000-square-foot speculative manufacturing, distribution and warehouse development.
Patrick Walker was recently named the president of Lee & Associates-San Diego North’s office and takes a minute to EXCLUSIVELY chat with GlobeSt.com about what exactly his plans are.
Eight deals out of the Houston office of Lee & Associates were featured on Globest.com’s Middle Market Digest report.
The sale of the 118,377 SF Talavi Town Center, which is located at 5845 W. Bell Road, was negotiated by Principals Jan Fincham and Patrick Dempsey of Lee & Associates Arizona, who represented the seller.
The 14,228 SF deal, which came in No. 3 of February’s top retail deals in NYC, involved Jaime Schultz of Lee NYC, who represented the landlord.
While there appears to be a trend among NW’s industrial & institutional investors in less populated submarkets in the major northwestern markets of Seattle and Tacoma, Vanessa Herzog of Lee & Associates Seattle has seen it before and believes the trend has another two years left. Read about it here in an exclusive with Globest.com