600 West Chicago Ave – SOLD

1st September 2011

In May 2007, 601W acquired 600 West Chicago for a purchase price of $300 million. The property, consisting of 1.6 million sq ft, is the historic former Montgomery...

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One Montgomery Street – Purchased

29th August 2011

One Montgomery is 100% leased to Wells Fargo Bank. As a dominating force both in the banking industry and in the San Francisco corporate community, Wells Fargo possesses...

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Starrett-Lehigh Building – SOLD

5th August 2011

In 1998, the principals of 601W successfully outbid thirty competitors for this 2.3 million s/f manufacturing and warehouse behemoth with a unique, landmarked architectural design. 601W’s vision was...

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US Steel Tower – Purchased

26th April 2011

The U.S. Steel Tower is the tallest skyscraper in Pittsburgh and the fourth highest building in Pennsylvania. Completed in 1970, the Tower has 64 floors and rises to...

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1111 Pennsylvania Avenue – SOLD

2nd November 2010

Typically 601W buys an asset where it sees its ability to provide a value-add over a reasonable holding period (4-7 years), and then to exit. In August 2004...

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Investors take chance on Wachovia Center

16th November 2008

The new, and discrete, owners of the Wachovia Center have taken a $36 million gamble that they will be able to turn the 28-story building into a “trophy”...

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Regions Plaza office tower sells for $126 million

3rd March 2008

Regions Harbert Plaza, the 32-story office tower in the heart of downtown Birmingham, has been sold for $126 million. The purchasers were S.L. Regions LLC and NKP Alabama...

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Metropolitan Square eyes upgrades, adding Java Plus

28th October 2005

Metropolitan Square has undergone major changes in the past year — the building’s sale and the lease renewal of major tenant Bryan Cave. With ownership of Met Square shifting in August from Trizec Properties Inc. to Metropolitan Square LLC, an entity formed by a private investment partnership, the building is gearing up for further changes. Trizec Properties sold Met Square for $165.8 million. Andrew Sheir, leasing agent for Met Square with Jones Lang Lasalle, said the addition of numerous amenities...

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Investors complete $128.5M Aegon Center purchase

19th April 2004

In a deal that closed April 4, an investment group led by Brooklyn, N.Y., real estate mogul David Werner purchased Louisville’s tallest office tower, the 35-story Aegon Center, for $128.5 million. Werner’s group is called Louisville Trophy LLC, according to information found on the Jefferson County Clerk’s Web site. The seller was the tower’s original owner and developer, Houston-based Hines Interests LP. The transaction was brokered by Craig Collins of Grubb & Ellis/Commercial Kentucky Inc. Business First first reported that...

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