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November 20, 1988
The second annual Office Market Review and Economic Analysis Symposium, sponsored by the Building Owners & Managers Assn. of Greater Los Angeles, will be held Dec. 6 at the Biltmore. Office market absorption reports, trends and projections will start off the all-day event. Participants will include Paul J. Garity, Peat Marwick, Main & Co.; Raymond G. Torto, Coldwell Banker/Torto Wheaton Services, and David Dale-Johnson, a professor of finance and business economics at USC.
May 29, 2007 | From Reuters
Tishman Speyer Properties and Lehman Bros. Holdings Inc. are close to a deal to acquire real estate investment trust Archstone-Smith Trust, according to Monday's Wall Street Journal online edition. The total value of the deal could top $20 billion, including debt, the report said. Lehman, Tishman and Archstone-Smith could not be immediately reached for comment. Archstone-Smith has a market capitalization of about $12.3 billion.
May 29, 2008 | Diane Haithman
Leaving for New York today from the artist's Topanga studio is Chris Burden's sculpture "What My Dad Gave Me," a 65-foot, 16,000-pound skyscraper made of approximately 1 million replica toy construction parts. The work, to be presented by Public Art Fund and hosted by Tishman Speyer, co-owners of Rockefeller Center, will be displayed at Rockefeller Center June 10-July 19. Burden's assistant, Katy Lucas, said Wednesday that the artwork, a tribute to Burden's father, who worked at Rockefeller Center, would travel in three pieces via oversized truck for about a week.
May 13, 1988 | GREG JOHNSON, Times Staff Writer
American Trading Real Estate Partners on Wednesday sold the 22-story Union Bank building at 525 B St. for about $50 million, according to a spokeswoman for the San Diego-based real estate company that handled the transaction. Business Real Estate Brokerage Co., which represented both the buyer and the seller, declined to state the exact sales price. However, a spokeswoman on Thursday acknowledged that the sale price was in the neighborhood of $50 million.
October 18, 2006 | From Reuters
MetLife Inc. said Tuesday that it had agreed to sell two adjoining Manhattan apartment complexes for $5.4 billion in one of the largest U.S. real estate transactions on record. The company said it would sell Peter Cooper Village and Stuyvesant Town to a joint venture of New York real estate developer Tishman Speyer and the realty unit of BlackRock Inc.
October 4, 2010 | Bloomberg News
The California Public Employees' Retirement System, the largest public pension fund in the U.S., said it replaced a unit of BlackRock Inc. as the manager of its $1-billion apartment complex real-estate portfolio. The decision comes after CalPERS was forced to write off a $500-million investment with BlackRock in New York's Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village through a partnership with Tishman Speyer Properties. CalPERS said it was consolidating the apartment portfolio with GID Investment Advisers, an affiliate of General Investment & Development Cos. CalPERS suffered a 37% loss in its real-estate holdings in the fiscal year that ended June 30, a decline equivalent to 1.3% of the pension fund's market value at the time.
October 13, 1995 | From Associated Press
The family that controls Italian auto maker Fiat and a Greek shipping magnate have joined a group led by the investment firm Goldman, Sachs & Co. in its bid for Rockefeller Center. Their money leaves investors David Rockefeller and New York real estate developer Tishman Speyer Properties putting up just 10% of the overall buyout funds, according to a filing Thursday with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Goldman will put in half.
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