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.

Mixed-Use Development Deal Toy

Crystal deal toy marking the sale of The Union, a high-rise development located in downtown Dallas. The three-building, mixed-use complex includes a high-rise apartment complex and retail space.

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Apartment Complex Financial Tombstone

Crystal financial tombstone commemorating the acquisition of the Falls at Lakewood. The 96-unit apartment complex, located in Lakewood, Colorado, was acquired by Los Angeles-based Clear Capital.

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Architectural Firm Deal Toy

Crystal deal toy commemorating the acquisition of Danish architecture firm Henning Larsen. The acquirer, also headquartered in Denmark, was consulting and engineering firm Ramboll.

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Arizona-Themed Lucite Tombstone

Lucite tombstone recognizing the issuance of multifamily Green Tax-Exempt Mortgage-Backed Bonds.

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Building-Themed Deal Toy

Custom deal toy commemorating the acquisition of Smart Building Technologies. Smart is a provider of building automation services (BAS).

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Crystal deal tombstone marking the acquisition of Smart Building Technologies. The firm specializes in smart technologies and solutions for commercial real estate in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C.

Clock-Themed Deal Toy

Lucite deal toy, incorporating clock faces, marking the launch of the LaSalle Japan Property Fund. The Fund will invest in a portfolio of office, industrial, retail, and multifamily properties in Japan’s major cities.

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Time Zone-Themed Deal Toy

Custom deal toy celebrating the launch of the LaSalle Japan Property Fund. The open-ended fund will invest mainly in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, and Fukuoka.

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Office Tower Crystal Tombstone

Crystal deal tombstone marking the sale of Union Dallas,  a 21-story office building located north of the city’s downtown area.

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Crystal deal toy celebrating the sale of Union Dallas, a retail and office development located in Dallas, Texas. Custom crystal deal toy marking the sale of Union Dallas, a commercial complex located north of the city downtown area.

Mezzanine Financing Deal Toy

Crystal deal toy commemorating a mezzanine investment by Chicago-based Pearlmark. The investment is in the development of Nimalu Marketplace, a retail and commercial property located in Hawaii.

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Real Estate Industry Deal Toys

The financial tombstones and deal toys featured in the galleries beginning above reflect a range of transactions in the real estate sector. There are over 250 images in this section alone. You’ll find, for example, commemoratives marking the debt financing for an apartment complex, a purchase by a real estate investment trust (REIT), the acquisition of a commercial title company, construction financing for an office tower, and the sale of a developer of a property management platform.

You’ll also see deals involving a range of international properties and locales: the sale of a leasehold in a London hotel, bonds issued by a Kuwaiti developer, construction funding for a student housing complex in Denmark, redevelopment financing for historic buildings in Minneapolis, a joint venture investment in Japanese real estate, and a private placement for a Singapore-based REIT.

The deal toys shown here also represent a variety of materials and design techniques. There are pieces made of crystal, Lucite, wood, resin, and pewter. A number of the featured designs combine several of these materials.

Finally, you’ll also find here a number of more traditional awards and commemoratives related to the real estate space. These include a commemorative celebrating the 5th anniversary of a real estate management firm, another marking the 10th anniversary of an affordable housing partnership, a custom ribbon-cutting ceremony memento for a newly-constructed senior living facility, and a commemorative for breaking ground on a resort in Florida.