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From left: Duke Realty CEO Jim Connor and Prologis CEO Hamid Moghadam (Duke Realty, Prologis, iStock)
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$26B Prologis-Duke deal ends cold war

Everything has a price. For Duke Realty, the industrial powerhouse that had fended off a takeover by Prologis for months, it was $26 billion. San Francisco’s Prologis will acquire Indianapolis-based Duke, which controls some...

$26B Prologis-Duke deal ends cold war
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Self storage still rising after pandemic surge

Eased pandemic restrictions mean fewer people are stuck at home with their extra stuff, but the nationwide interest in...

Self storage still rising after pandemic surge
The self-storage facility at 450 Ansin Boulevard in Hallandale Beach with City Line Capital’s President and CEO Rick Schontz and Boundary Companies’ Managing Partner John Wilkinson (Loopnet, City Line Capital, LinkedIn)

Hallandale Beach self-storage facility sells for $23M

Boundary Companies bought a Hallandale Beach self-storage facility for $23 million. Records show an affiliate of Bethesda, Maryland-based Boundary...

Hallandale Beach self-storage facility sells for $23M
Seagis with 8305 Northwest 27th Street (iStock, Seagis Property Group)

Seagis buys industrial dev site in Doral for $16M

Seagis Property Group paid $16 million for a warehouse development site next to its Transal Park facility in Doral,...

Seagis buys industrial dev site in Doral for $16M
Blackstone's Stephen Schwarzman and Clarion Partners's Drew Fung (LinkedIn, Getty Images, iStock, Illustration by Kevin Cifuentes for The Real Deal)
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Blackstone snags $415M industrial refinancing

Blackstone is keeping plenty busy on the industrial front, most recently refinancing more than 100 properties for upwards of...

Blackstone snags $415M industrial refinancing
300 Northpoint Parkway and 1400 Northpoint Parkway in West Palm Beach with Equus Capital Partners’ Daniel DiLella and Prologis' Hamid Moghadam (Google Maps, LinkedIn, Prologis)

Equus Capital buys West Palm warehouses for $41M

Equus Capital Partners paid $41 million for three West Palm Beach warehouses. The deal is part of a 5.4...

Equus Capital buys West Palm warehouses for $41M
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