November 30, 2005 |
Toronto-based FirstService Corp.'s Colliers International subsidiary has acquired an 82% interest in Los Angeles-based Colliers Seeley International Inc. for an undisclosed amount. In a news release Tuesday, FirstService said senior management, active brokers and employees retained the remaining equity stake in Colliers Seeley. Colliers Seeley advises on more than $3 billion in commercial real estate transactions annually from a network of 138 brokers in 12 offices in Southern California.
December 5, 2000
* Global One Communications signed a 10-year, $9.3-million lease for 27,742 square feet of office space at 3810 Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles. John Anthony of Charles Dunn Co. represented the landlord, Fowler Flanagan Technology Partners. Eric Lastition of Colliers Seeley International represented the tenant.
June 5, 2001
Colliers Seeley International Inc. plans to acquire other firms, add 20 brokers by the end of the year and invest in technology, education and training, the company said Monday. The privately held Los Angeles-based company has identified Riverside, Corona and Temecula as potential new areas for expansion of its operations, said Cody Plott, president and chief executive. The expansion plan "cuts against a trend toward downsizing and slow growth" at commercial real estate brokerages, Plott said.
February 6, 2001
Clifford M. Reston was installed as the new president of the Los Angeles-based American Industrial Real Estate Assn. at the group's annual meeting last month in Los Angeles. Reston, president of Encino-based Real Property Advisors, succeeds Clint McMorris of Colliers Seeley International. Reston said he hopes to expand the reach of certain AIR programs such as its distribution of standard industrial and commercial lease forms, as well as its multiple-listing service.
June 26, 2001
Crown Realty & Development of Irvine acquired a 258,000-square-foot industrial and office facility at 9320 Telstar Ave. in El Monte for $30 million from Avnet, an international distributor of semiconductors and other computer-related products. Clyde Stauff and Tom Taylor of Colliers Seeley International represented Avnet. Crown represented itself. A Hager Pacific Properties affiliate purchased a 350,000-square-foot warehouse and office park at 6277 E. Slauson Ave.
April 23, 2002 |
Two recent investment property sales set records for the Inland Empire, according to brokers involved in the transactions. GTS Properties Hollywood Inc. of Rolling Hills Estates bought the 628-unit Baywood Villa Apartments at 1171 E. Baywood Drive in Corona from CT Realty Corp. of Newport Beach for $55 million. The figure was the highest price ever paid for an apartment complex in the Inland Empire, said Sean Deasy of CB Richard Ellis, who represented CT Realty.