ledger-enquirer.com (December 06, 2011)
Former Swift Denim textile mill may be demolished
Swift Denim plantís owners hope to market property for multiple uses after 88 acres is cleared.
Just more than five years after it was shut down and put up for sale, the former Swift Denim textile mill in north Columbus is likely facing the wrecking ball and bulldozers.
"Itís in the approval process internally right now. Itís definitely something that we are considering strongly," said Michael Katz, a consultant and principal partner with Corporate Properties, which is working on behalf of textile firm Galey & Lord. The company vacated the 6801 Flat Rock Road property after its closure in 2006.
8z Real Estate (April 6, 2011)
Loveland Holds the ACE: Partnership Will Create 7,000 Technology Jobs
Lovelandís Erwin neighborhood may soon see an influx of professionals and entrepreneurs from around the country.
The City of Loveland was selected as the site of a new Aerospace and Clean Energy Manufacturing and Innovation Park, city manager Bill Cahill announced at a City Council meeting on April 5, 2011...
Memphis Business Journal (January 4, 2011)
CPL Helps Meridian Development Partners Bring Largest Solar Energy Farm In TVA Region to American Drive Business Center in Jackson, TN
reporterherald.com (August 25, 2010)
Agilent brings in pro: Consultant coordinates talks with city officials to market empty space
The 850,000-square-foot elephant in the room is suddenly the center of attention, with a New York City-based consultant in Loveland meeting with city officials to map out the future of the Agilent Technologies Inc. campus.
Spiros Antoniadis, senior managing director at Corporate Properties LLC, has been retained by Agilent to draft a strategic plan for marketing the mostly empty buildings at Southwest 14th Street and Taft Avenue and the 300-plus acres of land on which they sit...
reporterherald.com (August 25, 2010)
NASA chooses Loveland for ACE park
According to The Loveland Reporter Herald, the long anticipated announcement from NASA for the location of itís new Aerospace Clean Energy Manufacturing and Innovation Park (ACE) came on April 5, 2011. NASA has chosen the Agilent Technologies, Inc. campus in Loveland, Colorado as their choice for the new project which will create an estimated 7,000 jobs locally. The buildings on the Agilent campus are required to be ready for occupancy within 4 months. This center will house 60 to 80 businesses specializing in aerospace and clean energy technologies...
The Star Democrat (April 24, 2009)
Cadmus set to close Saturday
EASTON With the Cadmus Communications printing plant set to close Saturday, a New York company is working to develop new uses for the 200,000-square-foot building, while Cadmusí nearly 200 employees are receiving training and assistance from the Upper Shore Workforce Investment Board as well as state government agencies.
(Schenectady, NY) Daily Gazette (July 24, 2008)
Firm to study Beech-Nut property
CANAJOHARIE A downstate firm will be paid roughly $100,000 to develop a plan for the reuse of Beech-Nut facilities, the Hero Group/Beech-Nut announced.
Corporate Properties LLC. of New York City, a company with experience tackling difficult redevelopment projects, will do the study with plans to make recommendations in early November...
Lockport Union-Sun and Journal (July 2, 2008)
MIDDLEPORT: Revitalization plan is in the works
MIDDLEPORT — The village midway between Rochester and Niagara Falls is putting together plans to be revitalized and has hired a pro to be a catalyst.
Mayor Julia A. Maedl met Spiros Antoniadis of Corporate Properties while his New York City company was working successfully on a Front Royal, Va., project two years ago. Middleport has since hired Antoniadis to produce an economic development initiative plan for the village...
Ann Arbor Business Review (February 8, 2007)
Repositioning expert: Pfizer needs to repackage assets for quick sale
The real estate community joins the rest of the state in watching as Pfizer considers what to do with its 173-acre campus in Ann Arbor, which includes 2 million square feet of buildings.
The property disposition process will be complex and among the largest scale efforts in Metro Detroit...
The Philadelphia Inquirer (March 14, 2004)
Victory Building revival is planned: The long-vacant structure built in 1873 would be used to house Thomas Jefferson University Students
A complex deal crafted by a real estate firm apparently will save the Victory Building, a beloved Center City landmark. At the same time, Thomas Jefferson University will get 425 of its dormitory rooms renovated without going into debt...