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Legacy Capital finances 160-unit multi-housing property in Tucson

Legacy Capital Advisors, Phoenix, recently financed the sale of Posada Del Rio, a 160-unit multifamily property located in Tucson, Ariz. The building is approximately 99,280 square feet and was built in 1980. The property was sold to Radium Investments I, LLC (an entity formed by Jim and Kevin Szymanski of James Associates Management Equity Services,… Read More →

Legacy Capital Finances Industrial Property for Harvard Investments

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Legacy Capital Advisors recently financed the sale of 2 N. 35th Avenue and 36 N. 35th Avenue in Phoenix, an industrial distribution property. The two buildings are approximately 100,000 SF and were built in 1980.The property was sold to H35 Building LLP, an entity formed by Harvard Investments Inc., a Scottsdale-based real estate investment and… Read More →

One North Fifth's Recent Financing Promotes Urban Living In Downtown Tucson

  Legacy Capital Advisors of Phoenix recently financed One North Fifth Apartments in Downtown Tucson. Working with the developer, Scott Stiteler of Tucson Urban, LLC, Legacy Capital Advisors secured permanent financing for the recently renovated MLK Public Housing Project. The permanent financing solidifies this urban apartment complex and retail/commercial building as a long-term community endeavor.… Read More →

AMA Names Pierson to 2013-14 Board of Directors

Jim Pierson
by in Business News | Newsmakers

Jim Pierson was named as a new member to serve at the Board of Directors level for the Arizona Multihousing Association (AMA). In this capacity, Pierson will serve a two-year term to participate in all of the practices and functions to assist in the oversight of the industry organization. Pierson, principal and co-founder of Legacy… Read More →

NAIOP Roundtable 2011

NAIOP Roundtable 2011 - AZRE Magazine September/October 2011
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NAIOP Roundtable 2011 The commercial real estate industry is clearly recovering. Companies are absorbing vacant space, build-to-suit development is active and abundant capital is pursuing core real estate. The key question remains, however, how do we compare with the other major markets when it comes to job and population growth? In short, when will the… Read More →