2B — December 21, 2012 - January 10, 2013 — The Year in Review 2012 — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal
· Deerwood Real Estate Capital arranges $12.8 million in multi-family loans in the Tri-State area · Marcus & Millichap arrange $10.8 million sale · Beech Street Capital provides $.3m Freddie Mac loan · Tishman Construction manages construction for $120m Hoboken Terminal project · Newmark Knight Frank leases 147,550 s/f at Metro 101 · NAI Hanson announces $590k sale of apartment building · The Hampshire Companies sign Realogy to 270,000 s/f · Richardson Comm’l. Realtors brokers 76,1000+ s/f sale in Trenton · Cushman & Wakefield arranges $285 million sale · CBC Bennett Williams brokers $1.95 million sale of 3.92 acres of commercial land · Balliet & Thompson of KW Commercial-The James Balliet Commercial Group brokers $1,300,000 sale of shopping plaza · Posavec of Landmark negotiates $395,000 sale · Marcus & Millichap closes $6.7m apartment building · CBRE completes sale of 165,000 s/f industrial facility at 100 Cascade Drive in Wayne January 13 - 26, 2012
Year in Review 2012
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10 Greater Reading Economic Partnership Years of Success ON CELEBRAT I NG
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a section of the Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal P.O. Box 26, Accord, MA 02018 781-871-5298 • 800-584-1062 fax 781-871-5299 mare journal.com Publishers Linda Christman firstname.lastname@example.org Elaine Fanning email@example.com Andrew Hicks firstname.lastname@example.org Section Editor s Karen Vachon email@example.com Rachel Rugman firstname.lastname@example.org The Year in Review 2012 Spotlight
Economic development is the lifeblood of every community. It creates jobs, builds neighborhoods, supports businesses and provides a higher quality of life. Greater Reading Economic Partnership drives economic development in our community. Our mission is to attract, retain and grow businesses in Greater Reading. We align businesses with opportunities to help them be something greater .
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