Holualoa Joins ASU Foundation and Plaza Cos. at Skysong

Vizzda—August 28th, 2013 — An entity formed by Holualoa Companies, The Plaza Cos. and Arizona State University Foundation have signed a new 75-year ground sub-lease for SkySong, the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center. Holualoa and Plaza displaced the original developer of the site, USAA Real Estate, which retains interest in the multifamily development onsite. As this was not a fee simple conveyance, no affidavit of value is required and therefore no sale price is available.

The acquiring entity secured $17.839m in new construction financing with Alliance Bank of Arizona to begin construction on SkySong III—a 145,000 ft2 4-story research facility in the southwest quadrant of the project. Plaza Cos., which is the master developer of SkySong I and II, will continue in that capacity with assistance from Holualoa; the master developers have enlisted DPR as the general contractor and Butler Design as the architect. Groundbreaking is slated for Late September.

SkySong was developed under a Government Property Lease Excise Tax arrangement with the City of Scottsdale, who is the master lessor of the property. This arrangement calls for the City of Scottsdale to acquire the property from the original developers and lease it back to them at a discount to property tax payable in lieu of collecting said property tax for a period, after which time the property tax liability and the ground lease rent are roughly equivalent. This master ground lease was modified to reflect the new leasehold ownership several days after the close of the sub-lease agreement.

By:

Paul Dionne

Director of Analytics

Vizzda.com

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Broadway 101 Commerce Park Sells for $77m

VIZZDA – May 17, 2013 –  On May 15, 2013 the Industrial Income Trust–a non-traded REIT sponsored by Dividend Capital Group of Denver acquired the “Broadway 101 Commerce Park” in Mesa from Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, formerly known as RREEF Real Estate. Andrea Karp, senior vice president of Dividend Capital Group, and James (Jim) E Toney, assistant vice president of Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, closed the deal.

The Broadway 101 Commerce Park is an industrial flex commercial park located at the northwest corner of Dobson & Broadway roads in Mesa. It totals ±808,419 ft2 in eleven buildings on 52.61 acres. The project was built in two phases: 

  • Phase One is five buildings totaling ±307,886 ft2 built in 2005
  • Phase Two is six buildings totaling ±500,533 ft2 built in 2007. 

The project includes a total of 116 grade level roll up doors, 109 truck well doors and these buildings have a mix of clear heights from 16’ to 28’. This and other details about the property may be found here.

Phase One and Two were sold in separate, sequential, transactions. Phase One sold for $43,582,127 for ±307,886 ft2 or ±$141.55 per ft2 and Phase Two sold for $33,419,783 for ±500,533 ft2 or ±66.77 per ft2; overall the deal totals $77,001,910 for ±808,419 ft2 for ±$95.25 per ft2

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Edward Moore
Director of Research

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Caveat Emptor: 2350 W Broadway, a ±96K ft2 building and part of Phase Two of this project, was not included in the recorded legal documents and may not have been included in the sale. For now we assume that this was a document-preparation oversight or scrivener’s error as this deal has been reported at 808K ft2 and so this building has been included this building in our calculations and numbers.

K Hovnanian Purchases 490 Lots in Northwest Phoenix From Courtland for $36.875m

VIZZDA—August 2nd, 2012 — K Hovnanian Homes acquired a total of 490 lots in 3 subdivisions, (230 finished lots & 260 platted lots) for a total of $36,875,000. The subdivisions include:

  • Rock Springs I, 260 Final Platted lots 60’x120’.
    Community totals 260 lots on 146.48 acres
    N/NEC Jomax Rd & 83rd Ave, Peoria

  • Rock Springs II (phase 1), 94 Finished lots 50’x120’.
    Community totals 500 lots (75 – 44’x110’ & 205 – 50’x115’) on 87.77
    acres per plat.
    NWC Jomax Rd & 75th Ave, Peoria

  • Rio Sierra, 136 Finished lots (69 – 44’x110’ & 67 – 50’x115’).
    Community totals 280 lots on 79.6 acres per plat.
    S/SEC El Mirage Rd & Williams Dr, Peoria/Sun City

Courtland Homes was the seller; they had previously purchased Rio Sierra as part of a larger sale on October 21st, 2004 for $37,262,871. That sale included all of Rio Sierra (280 lots), 210 lots in Rancho Silverado and 170 lots in Crossriver. A portion (~140 acres) of Rock Springs was previously acquired by Courtland Homes on February 28th, 2002 for $2,244,000.

K Hovnanian recently announced 7/13/12 a $125M land banking arrangement with GSO Capital Partners (credit arm of Blackstone). No debt was recorded with the sale. Nate Nathan brokered the transaction, representing both Buyer & Seller.

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BY:

Hadden Schifman
Managing Director

Hadden@VIZZDA.com

Market Snapshot: Fletcher Heights Marketplace

VIZZDA—August 1st, 2012 – The sale and notice of two properties within the same neighborhood shopping center in Peoria highlight the uneven pace of recovery in the retail sector in Northwest Phoenix, as well as the roll of securitization (CMBS) in both the appreciation and rapid decline of values. The subject retail center, Fletcher Heights Marketplace, was built in 2002 at the Southeast corner of 83rd Avenue and Lake Pleasant Parkway in Peoria and features a 57,860 SF anchor space owned and occupied by Safeway. and access to several recently developed master-planned communities including the eponymous Fletcher Heights. Three of the ten originally platted lots changed hands on Thursday and Friday of last week- reflecting more than half of the available non-anchor space.

The first of these properties, Lot Eight, is a 9,291 SF pad built 2005 on 1.06 net acres zoned PAD. It was acquired May 10th, 2004 by a syndicate formed by David Stapleton, Barry Light and Michael Feldman for $550k with $375k down and $175k new debt with Marine Bank, released May 23rd, 2005. Prior to that release, the syndicate then further encumbered the property with a $1.75m deed of trust with Los Padres Bank which as assigned to Valley Oaks Bank before finally being released January 2nd, 2007. This debt was replaced by a Morgan Stanley deed of trust that was issued November 2nd, 2006, securitized sometime thereafter and assigned as a collateralized security to Wells Fargo Bank on March 21st, 2007. Friday’s sale price of $960k reflects an annual rate of return greater than 9% as well as terminating all obligations of the selling syndicate.

The second active property within Fletcher Heights Marketplace last week included Lots Six and Seven. The non-contiguous inline spaces total 27,016 SF and were constructed with the anchor space in 2002. They sit on a combined 3.95. Fred C Smith originally acquired the property for $7.1m with $5.68m new debt with Lehman Brothers Bank on June 24th, 2003. Lehman securitized the note and assigned it to Lasalle Bank (CMBS) on February 9th, 2004. On October 5th, 2005, Smith sold the property to David Christenholz et al for $7.7m; with $2,161,247 down and assumption of the LaSalle $5.68m CMBS note. On July 20th, 2006, Christenholz sold the property to Thomas H Dye, et al. for $9.5m with $4,075,010 down and assumption of the CMBS debt, now held by Bank of America as successor-by-merger to Lasalle Bank. Finally, Bank of America assigned the $5.68m original note to US Bank on July 12th, 2012. US Bank noticed the property for trustee sale July 26th, 2012, naming Fred C. Smith as trustor despite the property selling two additional times and assumption of debt.

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BY:
Paul Dionne

Research Analyst

pdionne@vizzda.com

Hadden Schifman
Managing Director

Hadden@VIZZDA.com

Tratt Properties purchases ±71 acre land assemblage in Goodyear

VIZZDA—July 26th, 2012 — Tratt Properties based in Phoenix acquired a land assemblage in Goodyear, previously planned as the Sarival Crossing Business Park for $2,581,475 or $35,948 per acre. The site totals 71.81 acres per Phoenix zoning docs and is zoned PAD. Sarival Crossing was recommended for final plat approval by Goodyear planners June 23rd, 2008. The final plat called for subdividing the land into 18 parcels–an 8.68 acre Commercial Business Park, 30.59 acres of land zoned I-1 and 20.94 acres of land zoned I-2.

Larry Van Tuyl of Van Tuyl Auto Group was the seller. Mr. Van Tuyl previously acquired the property June 29th, 2009 in a non-money sale after purchasing a $14.151m note dated May 24th, 2006 from M&I Bank on April 1st, 2009. The last purchase of the property was May 24th, 2006 for $ $7,808,421. Tratt Properties has a distinguished history of developing and owning distribution centers in the Greater Phoenix area. No debt was recorded with the sale. Tratt acquired the property under the legal entity: Elwood Logistics Center LLC.

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BY:
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Managing Director

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Baron Properties Buys The San Ventura Apartments

VIZZDA—July 20th, 2012 – Danny Gabriel of Colrich was signatory to the sale of the San Ventura Apartments, a 272-unit apartment complex at 3600 W Ray Rd, Chandler which was purchased by J Jeffrey Riggs of Baron Properties, for $29,650,000 or $109k per door on July 19th, 2012. Baron Properties put $9,260,000 down, secured a $3,278,500 Freddie Mac Multifamily Loan originating with Holliday Fenoglio & Fowler (HFF), and assumed an existing $17.18M loan (5.08% A.P.R. fixed, maturing April 1st, 2018) originated by HFF as an FHLMC loan March 3rd 2011 and assigned to Citibank September 16th, 2011.   

The 2-story apartment complex consists of 34 buildings built in 1995 on 14.67 acres. The apartments’ exterior was renovated in 2006 and Colrich has been renovating the apartments’ interiors as they have turned over. The individually-metered complex features a unit mix of 104 1Br/1Ba (921 ft2), 144 2Br/2Ba (1,173 ft2) and 24 3Br/2Ba (1,442 ft2). The community is 94% occupied.

The apartments were acquired by Colrich on May 10th, 2007 for $40.7M with $10.2M down and $30.5M debt with Capmark Finance; per affidavit of value, $2.035M of the sale price was for the furnishings.  The Capmark debt was modified September 18th, 2008 by splitting it into two notes: note A $19.32M & note B $11.18M. Colrich then took on $19.45M debt March 23rd, 2009 with California Bank & Trust in two notes: note A $17.225M & note B $2.225M. Colrich used the proceeds to  pay off the Capmark Note A debt on March 23rd, 2009 and the remaining debt on April 23rd, 2009. 

 

On March 1st, 2010 Colrich transferred the ownership of the San Ventura apartments to a second Colrich-owned entity recording a sale price of $20.475M with $3.39M down and the assumption of the California Bank & Trust notes. With this assumption, however, Zions First National Bank now holds Note B ($2.225M) and must be paid off first. On March 3rd, 2011 . Holliday Fenoglio Fowler originated a $17.18M FHLMC loan (fixed 5.07% rate, maturing April 1st, 2018) which was securitized (CMBS) and to be serviced by HFF.  This debt was assigned to Citibank September 16th, 2011 and assumed by Baron Properties in the current sale.

 

By:

Ed Moore

Research Analyst

emoore@vizzda.com

Vizzda to Demonstrate CRE Platform at International Esri User Conference

VIZZDA—July 19, 2012 – Esri, a private geographic information systems (GIS) company with over 350k clients and 1600 partners world-wide, has invited VIZZDA to present our innovative CRE research platform at its annual International User Conference in San Diego. The four-day conference begins Monday, July 23rd and concludes Thursday, July 26th. On Wednesday, July 25th VIZZDA will be showcase the latest version of its map-centric system, which combines an internally generated property database with the cutting edge in GIS technology, during the User Software Application Fair. This event typically draws an excess of 20k attendees and is the largest GIS industry conference in the nation.

In addition to presenting to the conference at large, VIZZDA will present its platform to a panel discussion entitled “Game Changers in Retail, Real Estate and Insurance” at a pre-conference seminar on Sunday, July 22nd. Hadden Schifman will represent VIZZDA on the panel and will be joined by Lester Pierre at Wall Street Networks, David Huntoon at Intalytics and Keith King of GM Commercial Markets. The topics discussed include predictive analytics, CAT modeling, and systems integration for retail. This is a Partner-to-Partner panel and as such is closed to the public

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