• CEM-i3-2012

    Matt Mooney  

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  • CEM-i2-2012

    Captains of Industry  

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  • CEM-i1-2012

    Ryan Companies   The past year held many challenges for everyone in our industry. We lost members of our commercial real estate family suddenly and tragically, but we bonded for support. We dealt with ongoing economic challenges, but we worked harder and smarter because of them. In our cover story, Commercial Executive Magazine profiles development leader

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  • CEM-i1-2013

    Perfect Partnerships   The past year held many challenges for everyone in our industry. We dealt with ongoing economic challenges, but we worked harder and smarter because of them. We’re coming out of 2012 and in to 2013 tougher than ever and with a renewed sense of knowing who we are, what we want, and where

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  • MOB’s Big Hurdle: The Affordable Care Act & Its Effects on Healthcare Real Estate

    By Rodric J. Bradford and Tim J. Randall The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been controversial since its passage in 2010. However, the ACA has survived all legal challenges to date, and the  healthcare industry has accepted the fact that the ACA is the law of the land going forward. While there are many regulations

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  • Data Centers in the Desert: Why Phoenix is a hotbed for this technology-centered real estate

    By Tim J. Randall Entering the complex there is a Fort Knox feeling reminiscent of the classic James Bond movie Goldfinger: security access, cameras, closed-circuit monitors, guards, and badges. While there is no Oddjob at this facility, there is definitely a feeling of control, precision, and protection. The structure itself has the look and feel

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  • Families in RE: Bred Into the Business

    Families in RE: Bred Into the Business

    By Suzanne Heyn In June 2007, a month before Arizona’s real estate market crumbled, multifamily real estate veteran Cindy Cooke, along with her son and business partner Brad, were working feverishly to close the biggest multifamily deal in state history. Owned by The Bascom Group, the $427.5 million portfolio included 5,172 units in 12 buildings.

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  • Families in RE: Inspired by father, sons follow in Michael Treadwell’s path

    Families in RE: Inspired by father, sons follow in Michael Treadwell’s path

    By Suzanne Heyn Casey and Reed Treadwell grew up with their dad, Michael, toiling away in commercial real estate, driving slowly past properties he wanted to look at and taking certain routes on the way to baseball games to examine other projects. While Reed always wanted to follow his dad’s career path, Casey had other

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  • Families in RE: Creativity, passion power family trio

    Families in RE: Creativity, passion power family trio

    By Suzanne Heyn The personalities of Jim Pederson, founder of The Pederson Group, son James Pederson and brother Gary Pederson blend well, the men say. Jim is the visionary, the big-picture thinker who understands real estate and knows how to bring players together. James is hard working, eager to learn and ready to put the

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  • Families in RE: Father passes on skills, values to son

    Families in RE: Father passes on skills, values to son

    By Suzanne Heyn Late one night at W.M. Grace Companies’ office, Tom Grace wanted to leave, but not before his father and company owner, Howard. Tom walked through the office, turning off everybody’s lights. Howard could hear Tom grumbling, “Money doesn’t grow on trees,” about the wasted electricity. Howard recalls that moment of cost consciousness

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