The property services division of Kennedy Wilson completed an 81,600-square-foot lease on behalf of Continental Paper Grading Company (CPG), relocating from 1623 S. Lumber St. in Chicago to its new location at 7250 Santa Fe Dr. in Hodgkins, IL. The term of the new lease is 10 years.
Beverly Hills, CA-based Kennedy Wilson hired Bruce Carlson as managing director of property services, with a focus on expanding the commercial brokerage platform in Northern California.
Kennedy Wilson’s Property Services Division Completes 81K SF Lease Deal For Chicago-Based Continental Paper Grading Company
CHICAGO (June 22, 2020) – The property services division of Kennedy Wilson, a global real estate investment and services company, has completed an 81,600 square-foot lease deal on behalf of Continental Paper Grading Company (CPG), an experien
Kennedy Wilson Property Services Division Names Bruce Carlson Managing Director of Northern California Office
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (June 11, 2020) – Kennedy Wilson Property Services, a division of the global real estate investment company Kennedy Wilson (NYSE: KW), has onboarded Bruce Carlson as managing director of property services, with a focus on expanding the commercial brokerage platform in Northern…
Weiss joined Kennedy Wilson in 2014 to lead its brokerage platform in downtown.
Marin Koper is a licensed sales associate in Kennedy Wilson’s L.A. brokerage division. She first came to Kennedy Wilson as a summer intern in 2017 and stayed on part-time during her final year while studying at USC’s Price School of Public Policy. She graduated in 2018 with a B.S.
Hackman Capital Partners has secured three new tenants for its Culver Steps development, which is set to become a new home for Amazon Studios on Los Angeles’ Westside. Sephora, the Paris-based cosmetics giant, signed a 4,150-square-foot lease to be the anchor retail tenant at the development in d
Capital One Financial Corp.’s location on South Grand Avenue does not look like a bank. If not for the signage, it could easily be mistaken for a coffee house. Bright red chairs and tables topped with umbrellas flank the entrance.
R.W. Selby & Company acquired two multifamily properties totaling 104 units in Culver City, California, from a private family for $33 million, or $317,000 per unit. David Pressberg of Kennedy Wilson Properties represented both parties in the sale.
Income from rental apartment buildings nearly doubled between 2004 and 2018 in the region.