Tag Archives: Sperry Van Ness

Downtown dwellers

In trying to answer the question of why there’s such a demand for living space Downtown, he suggests that people younger than 40 think back to the TV shows they watched growing up. The Cosby Show, Seinfeld, Cheers – some of the most highly rated shows in the 1980s and 1990s were in urban settings

Tim Strange and team win Tanenbaum leasing duties

In all, the eight industrial buildings include 274,593 square feet of available square feet and seven office buildings include 28,083 available square feet. Two of the office buildings are the residential and mixed-use Montgomery and Park Harvey buildings downtown.   GTG reported it has developed and constructed nearly five million square feet of big-box industrial

Executive Q&A: Real estate

Why do you think multifamily investments seem to be the property of choice right now when compared to other commercial opportunities?  DB: Availability of financing is the key factor and answer to that question. Multifamily is the only real estate property type wherein financing can be secured via the federal government. This is perhaps the

ACM@UCO purchases Bricktown building

Andy Burnett and Zach Martin, investment advisers with Sperry Van Ness/William T. Strange & Associates, handled the transaction. Margaret Miller with Stewart Title Co. closed the deal. “UCO’s school of music brings a cool, authentic vibe to downtown,” Burnett said. “Every downtown in the country would love to have this concept in their entertainment districts.”


NORTHWEST Sunflower Farmers Market, a full-service natural and organic grocery store chain, is set to open in September. The 28,000-square-foot store will be at the northwest corner of NW 63 Street and N May Avenue. It will stock fresh, local produce, all-natural meats and seafood, and will include a deli along with health and wellness