April 4, 2000 |
Infonet Services Corp. purchased its newly built corporate headquarters in El Segundo from Los Angeles-based Kearny Real Estate Co., an affiliate of Morgan Stanley Real Estate Funds, for $33 million, according to a Kearny announcement. The 156,000-square-foot, three-story building at Grand Avenue and Nash Street is part of a 23-acre master-planned development known as the Super Block and was developed by Kearny as a build-to-suit for Infonet, Kearny Vice President Greg Galusha said.
September 14, 2006 |
The former North American headquarters of Nissan Motor Co. in the South Bay is being acquired by a Los Angeles real estate developer for more than $75 million. Kearny Real Estate Co., which specializes in improving and repositioning large Southern California real estate assets, will spend as much as $10 million to "freshen up" the 1970s-vintage, 42-acre office and industrial campus before putting the buildings on the market for lease or sale, Kearny Managing Partner Jeff Dritley said Wednesday.
November 14, 2000 |
Developers have announced a 1.1-million-square-foot speculative industrial project in Ontario and a 412,580-square-foot build-to-suit industrial development in Temecula as the Inland Empire continues its growth as one of the country's leading warehousing and distribution centers.
August 27, 2002 |
Kearney Real Estate Co. and financial partner Morgan Stanley will buy Warner Center Business Park in Woodland Hills for about $55 million, according to real estate investment professionals tracking the transaction. Executives at Century City-based Kearny acknowledged that they have signed an agreement to acquire about 15 low-rise office buildings in the heart of the Warner Center commercial district.
March 11, 1998 |
Prompted by the planned expansion of Los Angeles International Airport, a local real estate partnership said it plans to redevelop the Northrop Grumman Corp. electronics complex in Hawthorne into an $80-million air freight facility. Kearny Real Estate Co., a subsidiary of Morgan Stanley Real Estate Fund, and developer Overton Moore & Associates, have agreed to purchase the 60-acre site where it will build the 1-million-square-foot facility, said David Drummond of the Seeley Co.
January 31, 1995 |
A Los Angeles firm has been named property manager and leasing agent of Ventura Gateway, a troubled strip mall in Oxnard. The 6-year-old center is only 46% occupied. It is one of three Southern California projects owned by L. A.-based Kearny Street Real Estate Co. that will be managed by Standard Management Co. Kearny Street, a unit of the Morgan Stanley Real Estate Fund, also placed Standard in charge of retail centers in Cathedral City and Perris.