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 Condominium Deal Tombstone

Deal tombstone marking the sale of an interest in office-and-retail portion of the Metropolitan Tower. The commercial condominium is located on West 57th Street in Manhattan.

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Bridge Financing Deal Tombstone

Lucite deal tombstone marking bridge financing provided for the development of One Broadway Plaza, an office tower to be built in Santa Ana, California. The building would be the tallest in Orange County.

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Healthcare REIT Tombstone

Financial tombstone marking a public offering by Physicians Realty Trust.

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Real Estate Financing Commemorative

Lucite commemorative related to financing deal for two apartment complexes. The properties are located in Middletown, Connecticut. 

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Retirement Housing IPO Tombstone

Lucite tombstone celebrating the initial public offering by McCarthy & Stone, a developer of managed retirement properties. The U.K. firm is headquartered in Bournemouth.

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Legal Advisory Deal Tombstone

Deal tombstone commemorating Shearman & Sterling’s legal advisory role in the purchase of an interest in an office building portfolio. The stake in 11 New York City office properties was acquired by Norway’s Norges Bank.

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Trinity College Construction Commemorative

Lucite commemorative marking construction of the Crescent Street Townhouses, a $25-million residential project for students at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. The developer was New York-based  Kirchhoff Campus Properties.

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Stock Offering Commemorative

Lucite commemorative marking a preferred stock offering by Bluerock Residential Growth. The REIT specializes in apartment properties.

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San Francisco Building Sale Commemorative

Lucite commemorative marking the sale of 2619 Mission Street in San Francisco. The mixed-use property was purchased by San Francisco-based Veritas Investments.

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