July 6, 1999
Insignia/ESG, one of the nation's largest real estate services firms, said it will locate its Western regional headquarters in downtown Los Angeles. The firm, which is operating out of offices in Brentwood, has signed a lease to occupy an entire floor--21,000 square feet--at Citibank Center on Flower Street, said Robert K. Shibuya, executive managing director. The firm has an option to expand to two other floors.
June 11, 1999
* Veteran investment broker David B. Doupe has joined the Los Angeles office of real estate services firm Insignia/ESG to head its regional real estate sales and financing operations. Doupe, 44, will serve as the Western executive managing director for the firm's Capital Advisors group and will focus on building sales teams in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Doupe had been president of the North American operations of the real estate investment banking company Greenwich Group International.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 13, 1998 |
Insignia/ESG, an Irvine-based commercial real estate company that promotes community volunteer work, recently raised more than $27,000 for Goodwill Industries at Knott's Berry Farm. The company's west division surprised itself by exceeding a $17,000 goal when more than 150 of its employees and their families and friends finished first among 36 companies in Knott's Walk 'N' Roll event. Overall, the event raised about $60,500.
July 17, 2001
Insignia/ESG has established a new office in Newport Beach to serve the Orange County market, said Robert K. Shibuya, an executive vice president at the commercial real estate brokerage. The new office will offer commercial real estate services and will be staffed by senior brokers who have been active in the market, Shibuya said. Kevin Bender, an Insignia/ESG managing director, will head the office, at 4695 MacArthur Blvd.
September 5, 2000 |
Fresh from the $77-million sale of their new Long Beach Towne Center mall, the project's developers have hired the same real estate brokers to sell another just-completed, fully leased project: Glendale Fashion Center. No asking price has been set for the Glendale property, but the sellers expect to get about $65 million. Efforts to sell the properties reflect continued optimism about demand for retail space in growing Southern California.