Hines Interests Limited Partnership is a real estate investment firm. It provides real estate investment, development, and management services. It manages investment funds for public and private pension funds, foreign governments and investment authorities, foundations, endowments, high net-worth individuals, and individual investors. The firm develops office and retail properties, sports complexes, and arts facilities. It also offers property and facility management services, including asset management, finance/accounting, acquisition/disposition, construction management, marketing/leasing, development/redevelopment, real estate and market assessments, energy management, asbestos abatement,...
2800 Post Oak Boulevard
Houston, TX 77056-6100
Founded in 1957
Three Office Towers In Uptown Charlotte Reportedly Are About To Be Listed For Sale
Sep 10 15
The owners of the 42-story One Wells Fargo Center, the 24-story Carillon and 32-story 121 West Trade Street are reportedly expected to list the office towers for sale in a matter of weeks, according to real estate sources. Starwood Capital Group and Vision Properties have hired CBRE Group Inc. to market One Wells Fargo Center for sale. Hines Interests Limited Partnership has hired Eastdil Secured to market Carillon. The Dilweg Companies, LLC and Greenfield Partners, LLC have hired HFF to market 121 West Trade building and anticipate a sales price of roughly $75 million. Starwood representative could not be reached for comment. A Hines representative declined to comment.
Broadgate Quarter Sale Collapses
Sep 2 15
A major City property sale has collapsed after a Chinese investor abruptly pulled out of its £455 millon purchase of Broadgate Quarter. The joint owners of the building in the heart of London's Square Mile, Hines Interests Limited Partnership and HSBC Alternative Investments Limited had been close to completing the sale after weeks of due diligence. Estates Gazette [paywall] reported that the deal had been expected to be signed as early as next week. After the preferred bidder withdrew, Hines and HSBC relaunched the sale process and are talking to a handful of other bidders who made it through to the final round. Agents DTZ and Knight Frank are handling the sale. Both declined to comment.