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Bradley Gillis represents the seller and Chris Davis represents the buyer Davis & Gillis of SVN-Miller sell $22m of medical office space in 4Q 2015

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ALISBURY , MD — Chris Davis and Brad- ley Gillis, CCIM , both senior advisors with SVN – Miller Commercial Real Es- tate in Salisbury, MD settled four medical office deals in the fourth quarter of 2015, total- ing over $22 million in value. The medical spaces are located throughout Maryland and Delaware. In all four transac- tions, Gillis represented the seller and Davis represented the buyer. The properties are as fol- lows: 29,000 s/f located at the Delmarva Health Pavilion in Millsboro, DE, a 22,000 s/f medical building located within Woodbrooke Medical Park in Salisbury, MD, 9,900 s/f in the Bridgeville Medical Center in Bridgeville, DE, and 9,850 s/f of medical space within the Georgetown Medi- S WASHINGTON, DC — Rubenstein Partners, LP , in partnership with an entity of Trammell Crow Company , announced the closing of a $15 million senior secured loan commitment for Maryland Trade Center III, a 192,000 s/f class A office property. F irst Niagara Bank, N.A. is providing the new loan facility. Maryland Trade Center III is located at the intersection of the Capital Beltway and MD 295, within the Greenbelt

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SVN-Miller medical office portfolio ter and Bridgeville Medical Center are income-producing properties, occupied by either

cal Center in Georgetown, DE. Delmarva Health Pavilion, Georgetown Medical Cen-

Peninsula Regional Medical Center or Nanticoke Memorial Hospital. n

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Rubenstein Partners & Trammell Crow announce $15m financing for Maryland Trade Center III

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submarket of Washington, DC. The Rubenstein / Trammell Crow partnership is leas- ing the office space following a significant modernization project. Recent building reno- vations include modernization of the lobby and upgrades to restrooms & building systems. The ownership previously extended a lease with PNC for a 2,675 s/f bank branch on site and transformed it into a separate condominium, which was sold to a net lease investor in 2015. The new loan commitment, which has a term of up to five years, provides for future funding associated with con- tinued leaseup. A CBRE debt placement team led by David Webb and Erik Binkowski represented the Rubenstein / Trammell Crow partnership in securing the loan. “In partnership with Tram- mell Crowwe are continuing to execute our plan to add value to Maryland Trade Center III and we are pleased to grow our relationship with First Niaga- ra through this transaction,” said Scott Whittle , director of finance for Rubenstein. n

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