Dalfen Industrial Wins Distinguished Achievement Award from Commercial Property Executive

DALLAS, Nov. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Dalfen Industrial is excited to announce that they have been awarded the Distinguished Achievement Award from Commercial Property Executive in the “Best Investment Transaction: Single Property” category. The award ceremony took place virtually on November 3, 2020 highlighting the top companies in commercial real estate. The winners were selected by a panel of judges representing expertise across commercial real estate disciplines.

Dalfen Industrial has been awarded the Distinguished Achievement Award from Commercial Property Executive

The transaction in which Dalfen won the award was for the I-4 Logistics Center in Seffner, Florida – midway between Orlando and Tampa, providing great access to both major markets. Like many of the properties Dalfen acquires, this property was acquired off-market through an existing relationship with a local developer and Ryan Vaught, a best-in-class broker with Colliers.

The location is a perfect fit for the Dalfen

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At Second City, the search for a new owner and executive producer continues

CHICAGO — Second City has only changed hands a few times in its 60-year history, and a proposed sale will leave the comedy institution without its “savior.”



Richard Kind, Bonnie Hunt, Andrew Alexander posing for the camera: From left to right: Richard Kind, Bonnie Hunt and Andrew Alexander walks the red carpet at The Second City Celebrates 50 Years of Funny at 1616 N. Wells Avenue on December 12, 2009 in Chicago, Illinois.


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From left to right: Richard Kind, Bonnie Hunt and Andrew Alexander walks the red carpet at The Second City Celebrates 50 Years of Funny at 1616 N. Wells Avenue on December 12, 2009 in Chicago, Illinois.

Andrew Alexander announced in June he is divesting from the company he has co-owned since 1985, amid fallout from the racism allegations brought against Second City. Once called the “white knight of Second City” by actor Dan Aykroyd and “the savior of so many of us” by comedian Martin Short, Alexander has been a Second City pioneer since he took charge of the Toronto outpost in 1974.

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“Out of respect for the ongoing HR work, current leadership, and sale

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VTS Appoints Max Saia, Accomplished Real Estate Research Executive, as Director of Investor Research

—Data & Analytics Expert Joins The Proptech Unicorn As It Expands VTS Data, the Industry’s Only Forward-Looking Market Data Offering—

VTS, the commercial real estate industry’s leading leasing, marketing, and asset management platform, today announced Max Saia as Director of Investor Research. In this newly created role, Saia will be responsible for building out VTS’ investor research capabilities, focusing on leveraging VTS’ proprietary data and industry leading data science and analytics to help companies improve decision making across the entire asset lifecycle. His appointment comes on the heels of the company’s highly-anticipated VTS Data launchthe industry’s only forward-looking market data product that enables investment professionals to reinvent their investment strategies using data informed by today’s market activity, instead of delayed information.

“Max has a deep understanding of the existing commercial real estate information landscape and subsequent pitfalls, and he shares our team’s vision around its necessary evolution,” said

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VTS Appoints Max Saia, Accomplished Real Estate Research Executive, as Director of Investor Research – Press Release

NEW YORK–(Business Wire)–VTS, the commercial real estate industry’s leading leasing, marketing, and asset management platform, today announced Max Saia as Director of Investor Research. In this newly created role, Saia will be responsible for building out VTS’ investor research capabilities, focusing on leveraging VTS’ proprietary data and industry leading data science and analytics to help companies improve decision making across the entire asset lifecycle. His appointment comes on the heels of the company’s highly-anticipated VTS Data launchthe industry’s only forward-looking market data product that enables investment professionals to reinvent their investment strategies using data informed by today’s market activity, instead of delayed information.

“Max has a deep understanding of the existing commercial real estate information landscape and subsequent pitfalls, and he shares our team’s vision around its necessary evolution,” said Nick Romito, CEO and Co-Founder of VTS. “His unparalleled experience working closely with and supporting some of today’s

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SR Homes Restructures Executive Leadership Team

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SR Homes, known for building quality new homes in sought-after metro Atlanta locations, reorganized its senior leadership team with several internal promotions. Senior Vice President and CFO Les Stumpff is joined by James Tillman as Senior Vice President – Operations, and Jon Gajdik as Senior Vice President – Land Acquisition and Development.

As Senior Vice President and CFO, Stumpff is responsible for the growth and profitability of the company. He brings more than 30 years of homebuilding industry experience to the job at SR Homes, having previously served as CFO at Ryland Homes, Wilson Parker Homes and Kerley Family Homes. Stumpff holds a

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Lina Hidalgo quietly postponing Harris County foreclosures with executive orders

Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo has been quietly postponing real estate foreclosures through executive orders, shutting down the facility where those auctions are held and providing relief to struggling homeowners.

Citing health concerns, Hidalgo has shut down the Bayou City Event Center on the first Tuesday of the month — the day foreclosure auctions must be held under state law — every month since

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