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.

Real Estate Fund Closing Commemorative

Custom Lucite marking the closing of the Harrison Street Real Estate Partners IV. The fund focuses on real estate acquisition and development opportunities in the education, healthcare, and storage sectors.

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Real Estate Lucite

Custom Lucite commemorating notes issued by Soho House, a London-based private member’s club catering to the film and media industries. Imperial Capital served as sole book runner and manager of the issue.

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Intuit Long-Term Lease Deal Commemorative

Lucite deal toy marking a long-term lease agreement in downtown San Francisco entered into by Intuit. The deal was part of Intuit’s ongoing expansion effort.

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Lucite Tombstone for Ghirardelli Square Sale

Lucite deal gift marking the sale of Ghirardelli Square, a retail complex in San Francisco. The acquirer was Atlanta-based Jamestown Properties.

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Real Estate Deal Gift

Lucite tombstone marking the sale of a warehouse distribution center to International Paper. The facility is located in Edwardsville, Kansas.

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Project Financing Deal Toy

Lucite tombstone recognizing financing by Walker & Dunlop of Arbors at Arundel Preserve. The apartment complex is located in Hanover, Maryland.

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Custom Groundbreaking Memento

Custom Lucite commemorating groundbreaking for Market Street Place in San Francisco. The $150 million redevelopment project will be a multi-level retail complex.

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Technology Center Acquisition Lucite

Lucite tombstone commemorating the acquisition of the Gold Street Technology Center. The 5-building office and research & development complex is located in Alviso, California, and serves as the headquarters of TiVo, among other tenants.

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Deal Gift for Office Tower Sale

Custom Lucite marking the sale of 60 Market Street, a 14-story commercial building in San Jose. The acquirers were Harvest Properties and LaSalle Investment Management, with Eastdil Secured advising the seller, Ares.

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