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.

Commercial Lease Signing Commemorative

Lucite commemorative marking the signing of a lease to occupy 8 floors in Madison Centre, a 37-story building located in Seattle, Washington. The lease was signed by law firm Davis Wright Tremaine.

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Tombstone for Apartment Complex Sale

Lucite tombstone marking the sale of Oxford Hills Apartments, a 36-building residential complex located in St. Louis.

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Hotel Construction Financing Tombstone

Lucite tombstone marking construction financing from Iberia Bank for the Floridays Development, a 100-room hotel project located near Casey Key, Florida. The financing was arranged by Primrose Capital.

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REIT Stock Offering Commemorative

Lucite commemorative marking a preferred stock offering by Bluerock Residential. Bluerock is a REIT with a focus on Class A institutional-quality apartment properties.

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Nike Real Estate Deal Toy

Sneaker-themed deal toy commemorating the sale of 4-building property leased entirely to Nike and used as its technology campus. Located in the Portland suburb of Hillsboro, Oregon, the property was acquired by Griffin Capital Essential Asset REIT.

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Japanese REIT IPO Tombstone

Lucite tombstone commemorating the initial public offering of Tokyo-based REIT Star Asia.

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Tire Company Deal Toy

Custom deal toy marking a sale-leaseback of 19 properties in five states. The tenant of the properties is Evansville, Indiana-based Raben Tire Co.

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Project Construction Financing Commemorative

Lucite commemorative marking a preferred equity investment in the retail and residential development 1035 West Van Buren in Chicago. The 30-story project will be located in the West Loop.

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Hotel Joint Venture Commemorative

Custom commemorative celebrating the joint venture between Noble Investment Group and InterContinental Hotels Group. The two companies will collaborate on the construction of a dual-branded hotel in downtown Seattle.

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