Jones Lang LaSalle enters agreement to acquire HFF, Inc.; Gibson to serve as CEO, Capital Markets, Americas

Jones Lang LaSalle enters agreement to acquire HFF, Inc.; Gibson to serve as CEO, Capital Markets, Americas

Chicago, IL Jones Lang LaSalle and HFF, Inc. have entered into a definitive agreement under which JLL will acquire all the outstanding shares of HFF in a cash and stock transaction with an equity value of $2 billion.

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Sunset Park Library/affordable housing project breaks ground in Brooklyn; Designed by MAP

Brooklyn, NY According to the architects for the redevelopment of the Sunset Park Library, Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP) a  ground breaking was held for the new mixed-use building. The new development will be completed in December 2020

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Sunset Park Library/affordable housing project breaks ground in Brooklyn; Designed by MAP
CTA-designed 54 Bond Street project receives SARA National Award; Project team includes D+DS

CTA-designed 54 Bond Street project receives SARA National Award; Project team includes D+DS

Manhattan, NY A façade preservation and restoration project at 54 Bond St. received the Society of American Registered Architects’ National Award of Excellence. The international project team for this complex exterior restoration included architect CTA Architects P.C.

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CetraRuddy chosen to design 806 Ninth Avenue project developed by Hudson Cos. and Housing Works

Manhattan, NY CetraRuddy has been selected as architect for a new affordable housing complex located at 806 Ninth Ave. in Hell’s Kitchen. The vacant city-owned site will be transformed into a mixed-used building with 100 units of affordable and supportive housing

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CetraRuddy chosen to design 806 Ninth Avenue project developed by Hudson Cos. and Housing Works
City Tech opens Perkins Eastman-designed academic complex; 365,000 s/f project built by Sciame Construction

City Tech opens Perkins Eastman-designed academic complex; 365,000 s/f project built by Sciame Construction

Brooklyn, NY The New York City College of Technology (City Tech) celebrated the official opening of its new 365,000 s/f academic complex, following a $410 million project drawing together the latest educational technology with the downtown area’s renaissance.

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