duke realty corp (DRE:New York)
Transactions by DUKE REALTY CORP (DRE) in the last 6 months
Neyer Properties, Inc. acquired Triangle Office Park from Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE:DRE) for $2.2 million in the week ended July 17, 2015. Steve Timmel of Colliers International acted as real estate broker for Duke Realty and Neyer Properties was self-represented.
Griffin Capital Essential Asset REIT II, Inc., managed by Griffin Capital Corporation acquired class "A" distribution and assembly facility of 304,560 square feet in Columbus, Ohio from Columbus Regional Airport Authority, Capitol Square Ltd. and Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE:DRE) for $17.2 million on May 28, 2015. The purchase price will be funded with proceeds from the public offering and a draw of $10.3 million pursuant to the revolving credit facility. The property ...
Griffin Capital Essential Asset REIT II, Inc.
Columbus Regional Airport Authority
Duke Realty Corporation
SouthStar LLC and others signed a contract to acquire 19.7 Acres at the Southwest Corner of Carothers Parkway and Liberty Pike from Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE:DRE) and Van Swaim and Joe Porter on May 21, 2015. Van Swaim and Joe Porter owns 19.7 acres across Carothers and 21.8 acres at 1214 Liberty Pike is owned by Duke Realty Corporation.
Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE:DRE) sold 51 non-strategic industrial properties in Midwest Markets for $270 million on April 8, 2015. Duke Realty used a portion of the proceeds to repay debt.
1520 Vista Partners, LLC and 2104 Cahuenga Partners, L.P. acquired an industrial site off the Florida Turnpike in Palm Beach County from Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE:DRE) for $7.1 million on March 6, 2015. Bank of America financed the deal with a $4.59 million loan.
2104 Cahuenga Partners, L.P.
Rockside Magnolia SCC LLC acquired six Northeast Ohio office buildings from Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE:DRE) for $20 million on February 13, 2015. Tom Fox of JLL Inc. represented Duke Realty.
U. S. Properties Group, Inc. won an auction to acquire Shoppes At Montage from Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE:DRE) and Jeffrey R. Anderson Real Estate, Inc. on February 5, 2015. Kevin McClernon of CBRE’s Wayne, PA office and Bob Mahoney and Rich Frolick from CBRE’s Oakbrook, IL office represented the seller, Duke Realty.
Jeffrey R. Anderson Real Estate, Inc.
Duke Realty Corporation (NYSE:DRE) acquired 250,660-square-foot industrial building and 13.9 acres of land in December 2014. The building will be known as Point North Four. Caleb Lawson of Lawson Group acted as broker for the seller. David Hudson and Cory Driskill served as the representatives for Duke Realty.
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