Thursday, February 28, 2008

Foreclosure Activity Increases 8% in January, According to RealtyTrac's U.s. Foreclosure Market Report

Foreclosure Activity Up 57 Percent From January 2007; Bank Repossessions (REOs) Up 90 Percent Year Over Year

IRVINE, CA– RealtyTrac® (, the leading online marketplace for foreclosure properties, has released its January 2008 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report™, which shows foreclosure filings — default notices, auction sales notices and bank repossessions — were reported on 233,001 properties during the month, an increase of 8 percent from the previous month and an increase of nearly 57 percent from January 2007.

RealtyTrac publishes the largest and most comprehensive national database of foreclosure and bank-owned properties, with over 1 million properties from nearly 2,500 counties across the country, and is the foreclosure data provider to MSN Real Estate, Yahoo! Real Estate and The Wall Street Journal’s Real Estate Journal.

“January’s foreclosure numbers demonstrate that foreclosure activity is continuing on its upward trend, substantially increasing from a year ago in many states,” said James J. Saccacio, (photo top left) chief executive officer of RealtyTrac. “However, the 8 percent monthly increase in January is not as precipitous as the 19 percent spike we saw in January of 2007, and several key states actually experienced decreasing foreclosure activity from the previous month.

" It could be that some of the efforts on the part of lenders and the government — both at the state and federal level — are beginning to take effect. The big question is whether those efforts are truly helping homeowners avoid foreclosure in the long term or if they are just temporarily forestalling the inevitable for many beleaguered borrowers.”

Nevada, California, Florida post top state foreclosure rates
Despite a month-over-month drop in foreclosure activity, Nevada continued to document the highest foreclosure rate among the 50 states. Foreclosure filings were reported on a total of 6,087 Nevada properties during the month, a 45 percent decrease from the previous month but still a 95 percent increase from January 2007.

California’s January foreclosure rate ranked second highest among the states, and Florida’s January foreclosure rate ranked third highest. Other states with foreclosure rates ranking among the top 10 were Arizona, Colorado, Massachusetts, Georgia, Connecticut, Ohio and Michigan.

California, Florida, Texas report highest foreclosure totals

Foreclosure filings were reported on a total of 57,158 properties in California in January, the most of any state. The state’s foreclosure activity was up 7 percent from the previous month and up 120 percent from January 2007.

Despite a 3 percent month-over-month decrease in foreclosure activity, Florida’s total of 30,178 properties with at least one foreclosure filing was the nation’s second highest state total. The state’s foreclosure activity was up nearly 158 percent from January 2007.

The nation’s third highest January total was in Texas, where foreclosure filings were reported on 14,698 properties — a nearly 20 percent increase from the previous month, but a slight decrease from January 2007. The state’s monthly foreclosure rate was below the national average and ranked No. 13 among the states.

Ohio, Michigan and Georgia all documented totals of more than 10,000 properties with foreclosure filings reported in January. Other states in the top 10 in terms of total properties with foreclosure filings reported were Arizona, Massachusetts, Illinois and Colorado.

California and Florida cities dominate top metro foreclosure rates
California and Florida metro areas accounted for eight of the top 10 metro foreclosure rates in January. The Cape Coral-Fort Myers, Fla., metro area documented the highest January foreclosure rate among the 229 metro areas tracked in the report. The other Florida metro area in the top 10 was Port St. Lucie-Fort Pierce, which ranked No. 10.

The Stockton, Calif., metro area documented the second highest metro foreclosure rate. Other California metro areas in the top 10 were Riverside-San Bernardino at No. 3, Modesto at No. 4, Merced at No. 5, Vallejo-Fairfield at No. 7 and Bakersfield at No. 9. Other cities in the top 10 were Las Vegas at No. 6 and Greeley, Colo., at No. 8.

Tammy Chan
Atomic PR

BOMA International’s 7-Point Challenge Gains Momentum

Commercial Real Estate Organizations Commit to Improving Energy Performance by 30% by 2012

WASHINGTON, DC--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International’s 7-Point Challenge, an innovative energy reduction plan to achieve market transformation in the commercial real estate industry, is gaining momentum as the leading companies and BOMA local associations around the country sign on to endorse the challenge.

Companies endorsing the challenge include Carr Services, CB Richard Ellis, Colonial Properties Trust, Cousins Properties, Cushman & Wakefield, Glenborough, Hines, LBA Realty, Opus, Parmenter Realty Group, PM Realty Group, Stream Realty Partners, Transwestern and USAA Real Estate Company

BOMA International introduced its Market Transformation Energy Plan, which includes the 7-Point Challenge, to its members in July 2007 as an aggressive but realistic strategy to reduce the use of natural resources, non-renewable energy sources and waste production in commercial buildings.

The goals of the plan include decreasing energy consumption by 30 percent across portfolios by 2012; benchmarking energy performance and water usage through the Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR® benchmarking tool; and providing education to building owners and operators and others involved in building operations, to ensure that equipment is properly operated and maintained.

“We are very proud to see this important initiative gaining momentum in the industry,” said BOMA International Chairman and Chief Elected Officer Brenna S. Walraven, (photo top right) RPA, CPM, executive managing director, national property management, USAA Real Estate Company.
“Commercial real estate professionals understand that in addition to the tremendous financial value created by adopting and executing on the goals of the 7 Point Challenge, implementing ‘green’ management practices also results in a positive return for building occupants and for the environment."

Laura Horsley,
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Moncton Realtor to Head Provincial Real Estate Association

OTTAWA, Canada--CNW Telbec/ - A 38-year-old licensed real estate manager from Moncton has been elected the 2008-09 President of The New Brunswick Real Estate Association. The Association's Annual General Meeting was held February 20 in Saint John.

Dwayne Hayes (photo top left) has been a Realtor since 1999, and has served on several local and provincial committees for the real estate industry in New Brunswick over the past eight years. He also served as a Director of the Greater Moncton Real Estate Board for three years, and chaired the Board's MLS(R) & TechnologyCommittee and By-law Task Force.

"These are both exciting and challenging times for the more than 1,000 licensed salespersons in New Brunswick who provide real estate services across the province," says Dwayne Hayes. "The real estate market in New Brunswick remains active in virtually every region, which is a sign of the confidence that people have in the province. Our province is also one of the most affordable in Canada for people looking for their first home."

Hayes became a Director of the New Brunswick Real EstateAssociation in 2006, serving as Second Vice President. In 2007 he served as the Association's First Vice-President, and was then nominated for the position of President for 2008. During the past 6 years Dwayne has also been a member of the Committee of Examiners, and has served as Chair of the Committee in 2006 and 2007.

As co-owner of HomeLife Hayes Realty in Moncton, Dwayne enjoys a successful career in real estate. Dwayne is also actively involved in his community, helping out with fundraising events such as golf tournaments and auctions for Cystic Fibrosis and other causes. He also enjoys coaching with the Moncton Minor Hockey Association and playing guitar. Dwayne, who has adaughter and 3 sons, is married to Joan, also a licensed salesperson.

NBREA Executive Officer
(506) 440-2861

Davidson Hotel Company Promotes Six General Managers

MEMPHIS, TN—Davidson Hotel Company (DHC), one of the nation’s largest hotel management companies, today announced it has promoted six general managers to head up new properties in its rapidly expanding portfolio of managed hotels. All are being recognized for their strong performance at other DHC hotels.

“As we continue to grow at a rapid pace, it is necessary for us to continually increase and improve the bench strength of our management team,” said John Belden, (photo top right) Davidson’s president and chief executive officer. “We have signed 12 new management contracts within the past 18 months and needed to put into place qualified individuals who have the proven ability to help these properties reach their full potential.”

The new general managers and their properties include:

· Marisa Serrano, Hilton San Diego Gaslamp Quarter—Serrano has held a variety of management positions within the hospitality industry during her 20-year career, including general manager of the Marriott Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Mo., and the Adam’s Mark Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo. She was general manager of DHC’s Kansas City Marriott for the past three and a half years, where she vastly improved revenue per available room (RevPAR) and guest satisfaction scores prior to accepting the San Diego position. She received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina.

· Michael Sanders, Hilton San Antonio Airport—A 15-year hospitality veteran, Sanders has been general manager at a number of properties, including the Wyndham Nashville and Marriott Plaza San Antonio. After taking a temporary hiatus from DHC to return to his home state of Texas, he was offered and accepted the San Antonio opportunity. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management from the University of Houston’s Conrad Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management.

· Mark Herron, Cleveland Embassy Suites—Herron most recently was general manager of the DHC-operated Pittsburgh Embassy Suites. Under his tenure there, the hotel enjoyed significantly increased guest satisfaction scores and currently is ranked eighth in Food & Beverage Customer Satisfaction within the Embassy Suites brand. With more than 25 years experience in the hospitality industry, Herron began his career as regional controller of Radisson Hotels for the Minneapolis office and has held a variety of increasingly important positions, including hotel manager for the Wyndham Anatole in Dallas, the Franklin Plaza in Philadelphia and general manager of the Hilton Little Rock Metro Center in Arkansas.

· Nanci Haley, Hilton Gainesville—Previously, Haley was general manager of DHC’s Embassy Suites Cleveland/Beachwood Hotel in Ohio, where she improved the hotel’s RevPAR from last to first place in its market. Her roles within the industry include director of guest services at the Wyndham Myrtle Beach, hotel manager of the Wyndham Chicago and general manager of the Wyndham Cleveland. She received her Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management and her Masters Degree in International Business, both from Johnson & Wales University.

· Mansour Njie, Pittsburgh Embassy Suites—Njie was promoted to his new position after having been hotel manager of the Chicago Renaissance North Shore. He began his career with DHC in 2002 and previously held positions with Omni Hotels, Boykin and Starwood. Originally from Gambia, West Africa, he came to the United States in 1981 and received a bachelor’s degree from Oklahoma State University.

· Kelly Spinski, Marriott Kansas City Country Club Plaza—Spinski has spent the past 11 years at the Marriott Kansas City Country Club Plaza. While there, she has held a number of positions, including director of catering and food & beverage director, most recently culminating in hotel manager. A 25-yearhospitality veteran, Spinski has held a variety of industry positions, including catering manager at the Adams Mark Hotel in Kansas City and sales manager for a Dallas-based catering company. She is a certified Professional Catering Executive, Meeting Planner and Marriott Wedding Consultant.

About Davidson Hotel Company

Headquartered in Memphis, Tenn., Davidson Hotel Company is an award-winning, full-service hotel owner and third-party management company that provides management, development/renovation, acquisition, consulting and accounting expertise for the hospitality industry.

The company currently owns and/or manages 30 upscale hotels with nearly 8,800 rooms across the United States, including such brands as Westin, Sheraton, Hyatt, Hilton, Hilton Garden Inn, Embassy Suites, Doubletree, Marriott, Renaissance, Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn. Additional information on Davidson may be found at the company’s Web site,

Cyndi Carl
Davidson Hotel Company
(901) 821-4155

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Cousins and Faison Announce New Retailers at The Avenue Murfreesboro

ATLANTA, GA--Cousins Properties Incorporated (NYSE:CUZ) and Faison Enterprises announced seven new leases at The Avenue Murfreesboro, (photo top right) an 810,000-square-foot open-air retail center outside Nashville, Tenn.

The announced retailers include American Eagle Outfitters, Old Navy, Haverty's, Hollister, Massage Envy, Newk'sCafe Express and Jared Jewelers.
The Avenue Murfreesboro's 660,000-square-foot first phase is now 80 percent committed. Old Navyand Haverty's are the first retailers to commit to two under-construction expansions, totaling 19,000 square feet and 30,400 square feet respectively. The center will eventually become home tomore than 110 retailers and restaurants.

Cousins and Faison also announced that Linens 'N Things,Cost Plus World Market, Hollister and American Eagle Outfitters will open at The Avenue Murfreesboro in the second quarter of 2008. A full list of retailer commitments at the center can be found at

"Adding great retailers like these to our already impressive merchant roster speaks volumes about this center and community," saidDarryl Bonner, senior vice president of leasing for Cousins' Retail Division. "We look forward to more exciting commitments and openings as the year progresses."

"Both retailer and consumer interest in The Avenue Murfreesboro continues to impress our team. We've said from the beginning that this project fits well with the growth in Middle Tennessee and I think the current results bear that out," said Mike Cohn, senior managing director with Faison.

The Avenue Murfreesboro is the centerpiece of 400 acres of new commercial development envisioned by landowner C.M. "Bill" Gatton along Medical Center Parkway. Projects in the area are slated to include retail, office, hotel, convention center and public spaces. Medical Center Parkway connects the new Manson Pike interchange on I-24 with the City of Murfreesboro's Gateway project, plans for which include the new 300-bed Middle Tennessee Medical Center along with medical and professional offices.

Faison Enterprises, Inc.
Mike Cohn,
Senior Managing Director,


Cousins Properties Incorporated
Matt Gove,
Vice President,

HFF Closes Sale of The Shops at Preston Ridge in Frisco, TX

DALLAS, TX – The Dallas office of HFF (Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P.) announced today that it closed the sale of The Shops at Preston Ridge, (photo top left) a 59,973-square-foot retail lifestyle center in Frisco, Texas.

Managing director Adam Howells and senior managing director Jim Batjer marketed the property on behalf of the seller, Oakridge Investments, a Dallas-based retail developer.
A German investment fund advised by Phoenix Property Company purchased The Shops at Preston Ridge for an undisclosed amount free and clear of debt.

Completed in 2007, The Shops at Preston Ridge is fully leased to tenants including Eurway, Brides by Demetrios, LaMadeleine, Mattress Giant and Paciugo. The property is situated on 6.4 acres at 8008 State Highway 121 in the far north Dallas suburb of Frisco.

“The Shops at Preston Ridge is located in the retail area known as ‘Frisco Bridges’, which has nearly four million square feet of retail space that draws an estimated 22 million visits per year and produces retail sales of approximately $1 billion annually,” said Howells. “In addition the property is shadow–anchored by Ikea, Rooms-to-Go and Ashley Furniture and is adjacent to the super regional mall, Stonebriar Centre.”

Laurie Fish McDowell
Associate Director HFF
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Adam T. Howells
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Concord Hospitality Opens Residence Inn in Downtown Columbus, OH

$24 Million Renovation Transforms Landmark Bank Building into Extended Stay Hotel

COLUMBUS, OH/RALEIGH-DURHAM, NC —Concord Hospitality Enterprises, one of the nation’s top-ranked hotel developer/owner/operators, has opened the 126-room Residence Inn Columbus Downtown (photo top right) in Columbus, Ohio, following a $24 million, 18-month renovation of a historic former bank building.

Concord, which acquired the 83-year-old building in 2005, also will manage the property. The Residence Inn Columbus Downtown marks the 10th addition to Concord’s hotel portfolio so far in 2008.

Located at 36 E. Gay Street, the renovated high-rise hotel with 40-foot, brass-plated ceilings and marble floors and columns, maintains the architectural integrity and classic revival style of the original structure, built as Buckeye Savings & Loan in 1925. Guests will enjoy a breakfast buffet served in what used to be the bank’s vault, in addition to the view of the marble-and-brass-trimmed lobby from the lounge located on the mezzanine level.

The 15-floor, extended-stay property features Residence Inn’s spacious suites with fully equipped kitchen, living and work area, luxury bedding and free high speed Internet. It also includes two meeting rooms with more than 1,000 square feet of meeting space and wireless Internet access throughout the hotel. Prior to the restoration, the building remained vacant for more than 10 years.

“This building is strategically located in downtown Columbus and represents a key opportunity to revitalize the downtown corridor and generate new revenue for the city,” said Haydn Kramer, Concord’s vice president of operations. “It’s also a familiar downtown landmark that has been a part of the city landscape for close to 85 years.

“This renovation has both financial and sentimental value, as it creates an important source of revenue and also revives a chapter of this city’s history. We expect this hotel to be something the city can brag about, and we also expect it to become the go-to place for Columbus residents for weddings, parties and big events.”

The hotel already has benefited from a strong Columbus market prior to opening. “By the time we officially opened, we had already booked $400,000 in business,” said Robert Kennedy, hotel general manager. “We also hosted a corporate event a few days before we opened. People are already starting to recognize us as part of the community, and we’re pleased about that. Our intention is to be a valuable asset for this city for a very long time.”

About Concord Hospitality

Concord Hospitality Enterprises Company, an award-winning hotel management and development company based in Raleigh-Durham, N.C., manages 49 hotels with over 6,000 guest rooms in 11 states and two Canadian provinces under such well-known brands as Renaissance, Marriott, Courtyard by Marriott, Residence Inn by Marriott, Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott, SpringHill Suites by Marriott, Hampton Inn and Suites, and an independent boutique hotel.

Formed in 1985, the company was recently listed as one of the top management companies in the nation. Concord properties are some of the most awarded hotels in the country, having won nearly 30 honors in the past two years alone.

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Orient-Express Hotels Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2007 Results

HAMILTON, Bermuda, PRNewswire-FirstCall/--Orient-Express Hotels Ltd. (NYSE: OEH,,owners or part-owners and managers of 51 luxury hotels, restaurants, touristtrains and river cruise properties operating in 25 countries, has announced its results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2007.

Fourth Quarter 2007 highlights

- Fourth quarter total revenues of $151.2 million, up 12% over prior year
- Fourth quarter net earnings from continuing operations of $10.2million, up 53% over prior year
- EPS from continuing operations of $0.24. Adjusted EPS of $0.25
- World-wide same store RevPAR up 10% in local currency, 14% in U.S.dollars
- Completed acquisition of land to develop a new '21' hotel in New York
- Completed takeover of Hotel das Cataratas, Iguacu Falls, Brazil (photo top right)

Full-Year highlights
- Full-year total revenues of $599.6 million, up 21% over prior year
- Full-year net earnings from continuing operations of $50.3 million, up37% over prior year
- EPS from continuing operations of $1.19. Adjusted EPS of $1.25
- Full-year EBITDA of $154.1 million up 13%, adjusted EBITDA up 19% overprior year
- World-wide same store RevPAR up 11% in local currency, 15% in U.S.dollars
- Accelerated acquisitions of The Royal Scotsman and Afloat in Francebusinesses in Europe
- Acquired land to build a hotel in Buzios, Brazil

"We are extremely pleased to see that the luxury market continues to show strength, as reflected in Orient-Express' year-end and fourth quarterresults," said Orient-Express Hotels President and CEO, Paul White. "We believe that there will continue to be numerous opportunities for growth through acquisitions of properties, as well as through strategic organic expansion into key geographic markets."

Pippa Isbell,
Vice President
Corporate Communications,
Tel: +44-20-7921-4065,

Kal Goldberg,
Financial Dynamics,
Tel: +1-212-850-5731

Lodgian Reports 2007 4Q and Full-Year 2007 Results

ATLANTA, PRNewswire-FirstCall-- Lodgian, Inc. (Amex: LGN), one of the nation's largest independent owners and operators of full-service hotels, today reported results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2007.

The "44 Continuing Operations hotels" comprise all Lodgian properties except its held for sale portfolio (two hotels at December 31, 2007).

Fourth Quarter 2007 Highlights

-- Achieved a 4.3 percent improvement in revenue per available room (RevPAR), despite the displacement caused by three major renovations ongoing in the quarter.

-- Increased total revenue 4.3 percent, to $65.5 million.

-- Improved direct operating contribution (defined as total revenue less direct operating expenses) by 7.3 percent, resulting in a 180 basis point margin improvement to 63.1 percent. -- Increased Adjusted EBITDA (defined below) to $12.7 million, a 30 percent improvement. -- Improved Adjusted EBITDA margin to 19.4 percent.

Full Year 2007 Highlights

-- Increased room revenue by 5.3 percent and food and beverage revenue by 9.2 percent, a combined 6.2 percent increase in total revenues.

-- Improved direct operating contribution 7.3 percent to $176.8 million in 2007, resulting in a 70 basis point direct operating margin increase.

-- Achieved a 70 basis point increase in Adjusted EBITDA margin, with Adjusted EBITDA increasing to $53.6 million.

-- Made substantial progress on the conversion of the Holiday Inn Select DFW to a Wyndham hotel, and the conversion of the Doubletree Club Philadelphia hotel to a Four Points by Sheraton.

"Our continuing operations hotels had a very solid fourth quarter, with RevPAR up 4.3 percent compared to the 2006 fourth quarter," said Peter Cyrus, (photo top right) Lodgian interim president and chief executive officer.

"For the 2007 full year, RevPAR for the 40 continuing operations hotels open and not under renovation increased 6.8 percent, compared to the 2007 industry average of 5.7 percent, according to Smith Travel Research. The 10 hotels that completed major renovations in 2005 and 2006 reported a 9.2 percent RevPAR increase in 2007 and an impressive 4.4 percent improvement in their RevPAR index. We believe there is still substantial future growth in these hotels."

Debi Ethridge,
Vice President,
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Thomas Wood & Co. Secures Financing of $2.25M for Boca Raton, FL Office/Retail Center

ORLANDO, FL—Jeff Schnupp, (photo top right) Vice President for Thomas D. Wood and Company, secured financing in the amount of $2,250,000 for Sandalfoot Plaza in Boca Raton, Florida.

Schnupp financed the loan through Skymar Capital, one of Thomas D. Wood and Company’s correspondent lenders, at a permanent fixed rate of 6%. The loan term is 10 years, with a 25-year amortization and a loan-to-value of 73%.

The 10,779 square-foot office/retail center was built in 2007, and is located at 9850 Marina Boulevard, Boca Raton, Florida.

For further information, please contact:

Jeff Schnupp
(407) 937-0470

Jessica Gurtowski
(407) 937-0470

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Thomas Wood & Co. Brokers $5.8M Loan for Miami Retail Center

MIAMI, FL—William Kaler, (photo top left) Assistant Vice President for Thomas D. Wood and Company, secured financing in the amount of $5,800,000 for the Sunset & 97th Retail Center in Miami, Florida.

Kaler financed the loan through a national banking institution at a permanent fixed rate of 6.31%. The loan term is 10 years, with a 30-year amortization and a loan-to-value of 75%. The 46,322 square-foot retail center was built in 1985, and is located at 9700 SW 72nd Street, Miami, Florida.

Thomas D. Wood and Company is an independently owned, leading commercial mortgage banking firm in the southeast. Thomas D. Wood and Company has correspondent relationships with fourteen major life insurance companies, in addition to Wall Street. Thomas D. Wood and Company’s servicing portfolio is now approaching one billion dollars. This servicing portfolio consists of long-term mortgages on a variety of commercial properties located throughout the state of Florida.

These properties include: Retail, Industrial, Office, Senior Housing Communities, Self-storage, Apartments, Warehouses, Hotels and Mobile Home Parks. Thomas D. Wood and Company’s corporate office is located at 95 Merrick Way, Suite 360, Coral Gables, Florida 33134, with branch offices located at 1700 South MacDill Avenue, Suite 240 A, Tampa, Florida 33629, and 1215 Louisiana Avenue, Suite 100, Winter Park, Florida 32789. The website may be accessed through

For further information, please contact:
William Kaler
(305) 447-7820

Jessica Gurtowski
(407) 937-0470

Availability at 18 Tremont St., Boston, MA

BOSTON, MA--A classic office building with a striking entrance canopy and contemporary lobby, 18 Tremont Street delivers an unbeatable downtown office experience and is perfect for smaller companies.

Key features include:
203,033 square feet of professional office space in twelve stories
Floor plates that allow for a high glass to floor ratio and abundant natural light
Onsite amenities including a conference center, bike racks, locker rooms with showers, manned security during normal business hours and after-hours card access.
Online management resources and a corporate concierge are coming soon.

Availabilities include:
2nd floor - 2,645 s.f.
5th floor - 1,550 s.f.
6th floor - 6,110 s.f.
7th floor - 1,208 s.f.
8th floor - 7,091 s.f.

A classic yet contemporary property in an unbeatable location • Recent renovations • Ideal for smaller tenants • Owner operated by a knowledgeable and experienced team


Jones Lang LaSalle leasing agents:
Ben Heller
Patrick Nugent

Ownership contact:
George Haines
Vice President
BPG Properties, Ltd.

Management contact:
Elizabeth Christopher
Regional Portfolio Manager
BPG Management Company, L.P.