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Congratulations! Paramount Real Estate and Richard Bowers & Co. Worked Together to Close a 12,000+ SF Lease. Richard Bowers of Richard Bowers & Co./TCN Worldwide in Atlanta initiated the transaction and worked with Nancy Powell at Paramount Real Estate Corporation/TCN Worldwide in Minneapolis to complete this transaction.
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Norris & Stevens, Inc./TCN Worldwide Brokers $2.8M Industrial Sale In Milwaukie, Oregon
Member Deal Announcement: S.E. Moores II LLC has sold to SKMV Properties LLC the $2,800,000 multi-tenant industrial building of approximately 21,290 square feet located at 2401-2415 SE Moores Street, Milwaukie, Oregon. Greg Nesting, Vice President and Shareholder with Portland-based Norris & Stevens, Inc. represented both the Seller and Buyer in the transaction.
Bradford Allen/TCN Worldwide in Chicago Completes Long-Term, 8,373-SF Lease Extension for Openlands
Member Deal Announcement: Jeffrey A. Bernstein and Laurence B. Elbaum, Principals and Co-Founders of Bradford Allen, are pleased to announce that Managing Director Jonathan Seeley and Associate Merrick Wells have completed a lease extension on behalf of Openlands. The Chicago-based nonprofit signed a long-term lease extension to remain in their offices at 25 E. Washington, where they are one of the largest tenants. Openlands currently occupies space on the 16th floor and have been in the building for over twenty years.
Premier Commercial/TCN Worldwide in Indianapolis Welcomes Jim Logan as Vice President of Operations/Broker.
Member Announcement: With a commercial real estate career spanning more than 35 years, Jim brings a wealth of experience in property management, sales, and leadership. Prior to joining Premier, Jim served as Market Leader and Vice President of Brokerage at Bradley Company.
MSC Commercial/TCN Worldwide in Sarasota Released their Q2 2020 Market Report
Member Market Report: The effects of the coronavirus outbreak on the tri-county area commercial market remain unclear. Although data from the second quarter is providing greater clarity about local conditions and the short-term real estate outlook, there remains uncertainty surrounding market dynamics and long-term effects.