Brennan Completes Acquisition Of Surplus Corporate Real Estate Asssets

CHICAGO, Oct. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Brennan Investment Group, a private real estate investment firm that acquires, develops, and operates industrial facilities throughout the United States, announced its acquisition of six surplus industrial buildings totaling 308,908 square feet in Plant City, Florida, in the Tampa MSA. The seller, Paradise Inc., is a producer and distributor of Candied Fruit brands throughout the country.

“The Plant City and Eastern Hillsborough market has seen unprecedented growth in the industrial sector over the last three years,” said Bob Krueger, Managing Principal at Brennan Investment Group. “The Paradise Commerce Center provides a unique opportunity to accommodate many uses including manufacturing, distribution and commercial. The location, which is just minutes off Interstate 4, fronts on Alexander and Martin Luther King Boulevards, two of the main highways through Plant City.”

The properties are a mile off the I-4 Corridor, running between Tampa

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Health care real estate firm eyeing metro Denver for corporate headquarters

A multibillion-dollar California real estate investment trust and the U.S. arm of a Japanese aerospace firm are considering locating their headquarters in metro Denver, according to incentive requests approved this week by the Colorado Economic Development Commission.

Healthpeak Properties, a real estate investment trust based in Irvine, Calif., was approved for up to $5.3 million in Job Growth Incentive Tax Credits if it brings 166 net new full-time jobs to the state. The company, which applied under the codename Project Pegasus, expects the primarily executive-level jobs will pay an average annual wage of $425,213 a year.

“It would be the highest projected average annual wage if they move forward with Colorado,” said Jill McGranahan, a spokeswoman for the Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade.

One question around Healthpeak’s award is whether it could actually take advantage of those state tax credits. Real  estate investment trusts must pay out

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California Law Prioritizes People Over Corporate Home-Buyers | California News

By DON THOMPSON, Associated Press

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Tenants, affordable housing groups and local governments will get first crack at buying foreclosed homes under a measure approved Monday by Gov. Gavin Newsom.

The bill is designed to keep corporations from snapping up homes and letting some fall into disrepair as they did during the Great Recession. The issue drew national attention a year ago when several homeless mothers calling themselves Moms 4 Housing moved into a vacant, corporate-owned house in West Oakland.

It was among 15 bills Newsom signed into law as renters and home-buyers again struggle during mass layoffs prompted by the pandemic. The governor said the measures “will directly lead to more affordable opportunities for renters and homeowners.”

The law bars sellers of foreclosed homes from bundling them at auction for sale to a single buyer. In addition, it will allow tenants, families, local governments, affordable housing

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