NAI Horizon Recent Sale, Lease Transactions

  Recent sale and lease transactions by NAI Horizon: Sale Transactions: >>Mark Wilcke negotiated the sale of a 3,768 SF industrial property, representing the buyer DLC Southwest LLC, for $240,500. … CONTINUE READING

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Top of the List: Denver’s biggest property managers

“Top of the List” highlights one of our exclusive lists that appear in the weekly print edition of the Denver Business Journal. The weekly lists rank Colorado businesses and other entities in a host of categories, from law firms to lenders.

Online, we give you basic information on the top five from each weekly list. The full list, including additional data on the top five, is available to DBJ subscribers only, either in our print edition or in our digital edition here.

And the lists are compiled…

Union Pacific sells Gilroy-to-Hollister track

Union Pacific Railroad has closed on the sale of its Hollister-to-Gilroy track to Palo Alto-based San Benito Railroad LLC, according to public records.

The so-called Hollister Branch Line runs about 12.5 miles mostly through San Benito County. No price was recorded on the deed.

The track had been considered a linchpin in a plan to develop thousands of homes northwest of Hollister. That’s because the line could provide passenger rail service from a proposed community there to Gilroy, where passengers…

Abercrombie releases $41M for capital improvements in Hawaii

Gov. Neil Abercrombie has released more than $41 million for capital improvement projects in Hawaii, including $6.5 million for the design and construction of improvements to dams and reservoirs on Kauai and Maui.

“Since taking office, this administration has released more than $1.5 billion for capital improvement projects across the state, investing in priority improvement and upgrades that will directly benefit the people of Hawaii,” Abercrombie said in a statement. “These projects are contributing…

VA to build $10M veterans’ facility on Maui

Maui veterans will soon be able to receive services at a one-stop shop — a $9.9 million, 15,000-square-foot facility that will co-locate existing services and organizations.

Craig Oswald, a strategic planner for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ VA Pacific Islands Health Care System, told PBN that the VA has approved the funding for the new facility, which will involved choosing a site, possibly a land purchase or land use agreement and the design and construction of the building.

The…

DIA CEO pick responds to scandal surrounding his time in Miami

The Downtown Investment Authority’s choice for CEO responded Friday to the scandal surrounding one of his previous organizations.

Aundra Wallace, executive director of the Detroit Land Bank Authority, was selected Thursday by the DIA board and now enters contract negotiations for the position.

Wallace was with the Miami-Dade Empowerment Trust Inc. from 1999 to 2008, becoming president and CEO in 2005. He served the organization as a consultant from 2008 to 2009, after taking a job with the North…

Greendale reaches agreement with The Rock Sports Complex

Greendale officials have cut a deal with The Rock Sports Complex to avoid any lawsuits over work performed on a mountain biking trail without a village permit.

The agreement announced Friday comes after the Greendale officials on Tuesday gave attorneys the green light to pursue legal action against Milwaukee County and The Rock. The Rock is a baseball and mounting biking complex under construction on the former Crystal Ridge Ski Hill property, which is in Franklin and Greendale. It is located near…

How a youngster escaped Hitler’s assault to become a top litigator

As a boy, Peter Richter and his family escaped Hitler’s assault on Czechoslovakia, only to become stuck in the nation as Russia sealed its borders.

His father, who had earlier escaped from a Nazi work camp, eventually obtained phony papers to help the family flee to the West.

Even then, it took a pair of American soldiers to whisk the family away from Russian border guards and get them into West Germany.

Richter’s family eventually made it to the United States when he was six. They settled…