Real Estate Industry

These designs not only commemorate transactions in commercial and residential real estate, but also ribbon cutting ceremonies and openings, construction loans, groundbreakings, college building dedications, and REIT’s.

Acquisition Bridge Loan Tombstone

Lucite tombstone marking 6 acquisition bridge loans for properties in the Fort Worth, Irving, and Haltom City, Texas areas.

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Two-Transaction Real Estate Tombstone

Prism-shaped tombstone marking two transactions related to the sale of the Club Quarters Hotel building in Washington D.C. The property was purchased by the Al Sraiya Holding Group, based in Doha, Qatar.

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Lucite Oval With Slant Top

Lucite oval with slant top commemorating the acquisition by Singapore-based Mapletree Investments of Oakwood Worldwide. Los Angeles-based Oakwood provides corporate housing and serviced apartments.

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Asian Fund Closing Tombstone

Lucite tombstone commemorating the closing by Hong Kong-based Gaw Capital Partners of its Gateway Real Estate Fund V. The fund will primarily target properties in China, but also Japan, South Korea, Australia, and Southeast Asia.

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Office Park Sale Tombstone

Lucite tombstone recognizing the sale of Hamilton Crossing, an office park located in Carmel, Indiana. New York-based firm Group RMC acquired the 5-building complex from Duke Realty.

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University Revenue Bond Tombstone

Lucite tombstone marking ground lease revenue bonds issued by the University of Washington.

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Investore IPO Tombtone

Lucite tombstone celebrating the initial public offering on the New Zealand bourse of real estate firm Investore.

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Real Estate Portfolio Deal Tombstone

Custom tombstone marking the acquisition of the real estate financing activities of RNHB Hypotheekbank, based in the Netherlands.

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McDonald’s Construction Loan Tombstone

Lucite tombstone celebrating the arrangement of a construction loan for the future global headquarters of McDonald’s, to be located in Chicago’s Fulton Market District.

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Side view of custom deal toy marking the arrangement by HFF of a $209 million loan for the construction of future global headquarters of McDonald's Corp.