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Feasibility Studies – Long Beach World Trade Center

Kajima U.S.  |  Market and financial feasibility study, with tenanting strategy recommendations, for planned landmark office development in Long Beach, California.  The project has since been completed. One World Trade Center is a 30-story office building, 397 feet (121 meters) high, adjacent to the 20-story Hilton Long Beach known as Two World Trade Center.

 

Real Estate Advisory Services - office and industrial

One Landmark Plaza – San Francisco

Paramount Group Inc. REIT  |  StoneCreek Partners was retained to provide real estate advisory services in connection with a major $40 million capital improvements program that would re-position the retail podium for a landmark office building.

 

Scope of work included review of market support from nearby financial district employees and visitors, re-tenanting mix, guest circulation retrofits, and related subjects.

 

Project feasibility consultants for office and industrial

Feasibility Study for Mixed-Use Project

Feasibility study for mixed-use project, proposed for development in San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles, California.  Work was prepared for Brookfield Development Inc.

 

Report including market support analysis, tenant leasing market conditions, tenanting prospects, tenant space bond yields,  construction cost estimates, and projections of property operating results (EBITDA).

 

Mid-Wilshire Office Development – Project Feasibility

Shimizu North America  |  Financial analysis and prototypical deal structuring for a planned office tower to be developed along the Wilshire Corridor in Los Angeles, California. Analysis included impact of tenant leasing program, leasing velocity, lease roll-overs, and the like. Project investment returns were tested for an array of scenarios regarding inflation, months vacant upon roll-overs, and rental step-up lease provisions. IRR analysis included review of sensitivity of different contribution components of partitioned rates-of-return.