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Amazon’s Lease Concerns After Whole Foods Purchase

NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Since its purchase of Whole Foods this past summer, Amazon is finding it quite a bit more difficult to innovate in this new environment largely governed by preexisting binding legal agreements than in the freewheeling world of online commerce, Landmark Capital Advisors managing director Adam Deermount tells GlobeSt.com. Deermount has an inside perspective on many aspects of CRE, so […]

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Does Affordable, Entry-level Housing Still Exist?

The topics of affordable and entry-level housing have probably consumed more pages than just about any other topic since I started writing articles. The challenge that we face is daunting. In a normally functioning housing market, yesterday’s executive housing stock becomes today’s entry-level housing. This relationship makes sense – newer homes should be more expensive […]

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$12,000,000 Construction Loan Financing

Landmark Capital is pleased to announce the successful closing of a construction loan to finance the development of an industrial warehouse facility approved for medical marijuana cultivation. Located north of the I-10 freeway on the border of North Palm Springs and Desert Hot Springs, CA, proceeds will be used to build Phase I of the […]

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Easing The Labor Shortage After Recent Natural Disasters

NEWPORT BEACH, CA—The National Association of Home Builders has begun to lobby Washington, DC, for something desperately needed: a guest-worker program to help fill in some of the demand for construction workers during a labor shortage that has been exacerbated by the recent wildfires in Northern California. The question is: Can it be done? We spoke with Landmark Capital Advisors managing director Adam Deermount on […]

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50,643 SF Office Building Financing

Landmark Capital is pleased to announce the successful financing of a vacant, 2-story, 50,643 square foot office building in San Dimas, CA. Proceeds will be used to repay the existing loan and provide additional capital to perform modest capital upgrades, lease, stabilize, and sell the property over a 24 – 36 month period.

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Lending Is key To Repurposing Commercial Property To Residential

I discussed in a BUILDER article on Tuesday how more re-purposing of obsolete suburban office and retail properties is needed but is politically challenging, often due to issues with reduction of municipal tax revenues that occur when a project goes from commercial to residential. A long-time client who has been successful in the re-purposing or […]

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After Libor, What’s Next?

NEWPORT BEACH, CA—On many levels, it was inevitable that Libor, a key interest-rate indicator, will be phased out, but where do we go after it exits in 2021? We spoke with Landmark Capital Advisors managing director Adam Deermount about what this means for the real estate industry and what lies ahead. GlobeSt.com: What’s your take on Libor and recent developments […]

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$8,050,000 Construction Loan Financing

Landmark Capital is pleased to announce the successful sourcing of an AD&C loan for Griffith Park, a proposed 11-unit small lot detached development located in the highly desirable neighborhood of Silver Lake.  This project was approved under the City of Los Angeles Small Lot Development Ordinance.  Proceeds will be used to acquire the .74 acre […]

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$10,000,000 Bridge Loan Financing

Landmark Capital is pleased to announce the successful capitalization of Brandywine, a two building, 170,079 square foot industrial property in Chula Vista, CA.  Proceeds will be used for acquisition, leasing, and capital improvements in order to implement an active leasing strategy to maximize the asset’s potential. “The Team at Landmark Capital consistently goes above and […]

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$6,070,000 Construction Loan Financing

Landmark Capital is pleased to announce the successful capitalization of Hyperion, a proposed 8-unit small lot detached development located in the highly desirable neighborhood of Silver Lake. This project was approved under the popular City of Los Angeles Small Lot Development Ordinance. Proceeds will be used to acquire the .34 acre site and construct the […]

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