Press Coverage

6/5/2012AC Self Storage Solutions, LLC Assumes Management of Silverado Self Storage in Las Vegas, NV
6/4/2012Former G&E SVP Joyce Named Principal at CLW
5/3/2012More Storage Facilities Joining the Fight for the Kure
3/28/2012CLW Real Estate Services Group Welcomes Tim Joyce
1/10/2012Another Self Storage Company Getting in on a Good Green Thing
7/19/2011AC Self Storage Solutions, LLC Acquires Storage Solutions of Corinth in Dallas Suburb
4/14/2011AC Self Storage Solutions Acquires Nashville-Area Facility
4/13/2011Calif. Self Storage Company Pays Cash for New Acquisition
3/22/2011Axxcess, Winthrop Fund TICs, Trusts, REITs
3/22/2011Axxcess Capital and Winthrop Realty Trust to Provide Liquidity for Sponsors, Managers and Investors in Fractional Ownership Structures
2/14/2011Axxcess Capital Names New COO
1/14/2011Thinking Inside the Box
1/9/2011Axxcess Capital and Troy Downing form Joint Venture to Acquire $1 Billion in Self-Storage Properties Nationwide
1/6/2011Axxcess JV Plans $1B in Self-Storage Acquisitions
10/4/2010Axxcess Realty Advisors will Manage Two Overland Park Office Campuses
8/19/2010Double X's Mark the Spot
8/6/2010Axxcess Capital Forms, Names Spiro CEO

Other Commercial Real Estate News

7/30/2014 Transit Agencies Get Creative
Transit authorities in the U.S. looking to expand rail lines are getting into the real-estate-development business to raise revenue. Read More »
7/30/2014 Gowanus Passes Sniff Test
The online-annotation company Genius is moving to Gowanus, where cheap rents and industrial architecture are luring some of the startups that had colonized many of Brooklyn's other hip neighborhoods. Read More »
7/30/2014 IRS Blesses Telecom's REIT Turn
Windstream's plan to spin off some of its telecommunications assets into a real estate investment trust comes as more U.S. companies seek to lower their taxes. Read More »
7/29/2014 Home-Builder CEO Pay Rises
Total compensation for chief executives at the largest U.S. home-building corporations jumped 37% last year as sales and construction picked up, but stockholders didn't fare as well. Read More »
7/29/2014 General Electric's Finance Arm Bulks Up in Canada
The move to purchase a $530 million portfolio of commercial mortgages tied to 16 Canadian properties is part of its strategy to expand its debt business. Read More »
7/29/2014 REITs Close the Door on Underwriters
A slowdown in equity deals in the REIT sector has crimped the fees of some Wall Street firms. Read More »
7/29/2014 Three Sites Considered for New FBI Headquarters
The FBI would move its headquarters from a storied, decades-old home in the nation's capital to a new location in the suburbs under a federal government proposal. Read More »
7/29/2014 Simon, With Klépierre Deal, Expands Reach in Europe
David Simon's plan to build a retail real-estate empire in Europe similar to the one his family built in the U.S. took a big step with the planned merger between France's Klépierre and Dutch rival Corio. Read More »
7/28/2014 Noway Oil Fund Buys Boston Property
Norway's sovereign-wealth fund said it had acquired a 47.5% stake in an office property at One Beacon Street in Boston, in a joint venture with U.S. life insurer MetLife Inc. Read More »
7/28/2014 Sunset Park Is Hefty Bet for Investors
The city and private developers are investing hundreds of millions of dollars to create a thriving industrial area on the Sunset Park waterfront, a throwback to the days when workers streamed into factories that lined Brooklyn's shores. Read More »
7/28/2014 A Realty Brotherhood Constructed in the Bronx
Mario and Billy Procida grew up in the construction business and as young men in the 1980s and early 1990s played a role in developing affordable housing in the Bronx and working-class neighborhoods in other boroughs. Read More »
7/27/2014 Cashing In on New Jersey Club Life
The Rosen Group is selling the 93-year-old Wellmont Theater, where Charlie Chaplin once performed. Rosen has hired NGKF Capital Markets to market the Montclair property with an asking price of $6.7 million. Read More »
7/23/2014 Builder Warms Up to History
A funny thing happened to Toll Brothers as the development firm prepared to market its new luxury condominiums on Park Avenue: It discovered the virtues of New York City's historic districts. Read More »
7/22/2014 Maine Hotel Raises the Bar
From the 15th floor of the new Westin hotel in Portland, Maine, the highest point in the city, the view looks pretty good for a pair of hotel investors who completely remade the nearly century-old property. Read More »
7/22/2014 A Power Surge in the Rust Belt
General Electric cut a deal with county and city officials to move a number of operations—including human resources and finance—to a new $90 million facility in downtown Cincinnati on the banks of the Ohio River. Read More »
7/22/2014 Plots & Ploys
Money from China has been a top driver of some housing markets, especially in coastal cities such as San Francisco and Los Angeles. But that spigot may soon tighten. Read More »
7/22/2014 New Lenders Enter Property Market and Think Small
As the economy improves, lenders see loans for smaller properties as less risky. And with less competition, interest rates and potential profit can be higher. Read More »
7/22/2014 Condo Builders Fuel Land Rush in Miami
Cash-paying buyers from abroad are moving to snap up what remains of the city's dwindling supply of prime unbuilt sites, driving values of undeveloped plots to record levels. Read More »
7/17/2014 Biotech Center in Brooklyn a Tough Sell
A facility for biotech firms has been created in the Brooklyn Army Terminal on the banks of New York Harbor. All that is missing are tenants. Read More »
7/17/2014 Queens Project Stirs Worry That Residents Will Be Priced Out
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's affordable-housing ambitions are being tested by the first major project he has shaped from its early stages, a 2.2-million-square-foot development on the Queens waterfront that is raising fears of Brooklyn-style skyrocketing rents. Read More »
7/16/2014 Property Investors Unfazed in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico's deepening economic troubles have punished investors and made life hard for many locals. But one group has been encouraged by the opportunities it sees: real-estate investors. Read More »
7/15/2014 LaSalle Raises Bet on Asia Growth
LaSalle Investment Management has raised $1 billion this year to invest in real-estate assets in Asia, in the latest sign that investors are making bolder bets in areas that are still enjoying strong growth. Read More »
7/15/2014 Sale-Leasebacks Ease Italy's Real-Estate Jam
Deals have begun to flow out of two funds that were set up by the Italian government in 2004 to do sale-leasebacks of government-owned property. Read More »
7/15/2014 A Tech Hub Treads in a Sea of Bureaucrats
Vornado Realty Trust is embarking on an experiment to create a cluster of technology companies amid its 7.3 million square feet of offices in Crystal City, Va., home of defense agencies and government contractors. Read More »
7/15/2014 Plots & Ploys
MetLife is getting industrial. The insurer is planning a series of new developments of warehouse and distribution space in eight projects around the U.S., totaling at least six million square feet. Read More »
7/13/2014 An Office Conversion for Developers
A few years ago, New York developers wanted to convert second-class office buildings into luxury condominium apartments. Now, a growing demand for office space has them staying true to a building's original purpose. Read More »
7/13/2014 Saks Looks to Expand Downtown
Saks and parent company Hudson's Bay are planning both a department store and a Saks Off Fifth discount outlet in lower Manhattan, according to people familiar with the matter. Read More »

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