It’s that time of year again. The media is flush with industry experts across the globe weighing in on what 2019 will bring for commercial real estate. Will it be business as usual or an unusual time for business?
Ready Capital closed a $25.1 million, nonrecourse, interest only, floating-rate loan for the purchase and renovation of the approximately 167,000-square foot, two-building Class B office portfolio in Denver.
Holliday Fenoglio Fowler LP arranged the loan for 210 St. Paul, the first phase of The St. Paul Collection, a midrise, mixed-use residential and retail property in Denver’s Cherry Creek North neighborhood.
Essex Financial Group, which will close an estimated $750 million in commercial real estate loans this year, is changing the guard. J. Jeffrey Riggs, who founded the firm 26 years ago, is passing the baton to Cooper Williams, who has spent his entire professional career at...
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