Real Estate Management and Development
Company Overview of The John Buck Company
The John Buck Company, a commercial real estate company, specializes in the investment, development, property management, operating and leasing, and advisory services for office, residential, hospitality, mixed-use, and in development projects in the United States. The company offers leasing advisory services in the areas of market analysis, marketing plan development and implementation, tenant relations, competitive analysis, advertising and public relations, strategic planning and underwriting, lease negotiations, asset positioning, broker relationships, and prospecting and canvassing. It also offers property management services in the areas of risk management, custom solutions, integratio...
One North Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60606
Founded in 1981
Key Executives for The John Buck Company
Chief Executive Officer, Principal, Co-Director of Development, Director and Member of Investment Committee
Founder and Chairman of the Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
The John Buck Company Key Developments
MetLife, The John Buck Company and Golub Form Partnership to Develop Office Complex in Downtown San Francisco
Oct 6 15
MetLife, Inc. announced that it has formed a joint venture with The John Buck Company and Golub Real Estate to build a 743,000-square-foot, Class A office tower near the Transbay Transit Center in San Francisco. MetLife is an equity investor in the partnership developing Park Tower at Transbay. Construction of the 43-floor, LEED Gold pre-certified office tower will begin next month, with completion scheduled for June 2018. Park Tower, located at Howard and Beale streets, will be a component of the Transbay Transit Center, a multi-billion-dollar redevelopment project with residential, commercial and transportation facilities three blocks from San Francisco Bay. JLL brokered the deal.
Chestnut High-Rise Being Reportedly Sold For $160 Million
Jul 18 15
CBRE Global Investors B.V. reportedly seeking acquisition of 2116 Chestnut from The John Buck Company. The luxury high-rise rental building 2116 Chestnut, which opened for tenants two years ago, is being sold for about $160 million. Although HFF, the real estate capital broker, acknowledged that it was handling the transaction, a spokeswoman at its Conshohocken office said there would be no announcement until the sale closed, and did not say when that would be. The sale price for the 34-story, 321-unit building at 22d and Chestnut Streets, built by Buck in its first foray into the Philadelphia market, is expected to be $160 million, sources said. The buyer, sources said, is CBRE Global Investors B.V., which did not respond on July 17, 2015, to a request for comment. The seller, The John Buck Company, also did not respond to the same request.
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