155 North Lake was acquired by Swift Real Estate Partners in October 2019 along with 35 North Lake and 790 East Colorado in Pasadena, CA. The 3-building, 517,000 square foot portfolio of properties are located in Pasadena’s Central Business District, a premier office submarket within the burgeoning Silicon Foothills. The Property is undergoing extensive interior and exterior renovation which will add the appeal and amenities most valued for modern tenants seeking convenience and premium workspaces in order to attract the highest quality workforce. With expansive views of the San Gabriel Mountains, plentiful parking with easy access to Highways 210, 110, and 134, walkable the Metro Gold line along with numerous restaurants and retail options, NoLa155 offers up to 40,000 square feet of contiguous space and 96,000 square feet of total available space.
Swift Real Estate Partners is a premier vertically-integrated real estate operating company based in San Francisco, CA, who own and manage over 7 million square feet of real estate across 8 regional offices up and down the West Coast.
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New Generation of Lending
Are traditional lenders really pulling back & which non-bank lenders you should partner with
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The Middle Market Movement
How to source capital for your $10-$500 million deals
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Finding value and equity raising late in the cycle, defensive investment strategies, consequences of a prolonged low interest rate environment & the Presidential election season affect
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155 N Lake, Suite 300
Pasadena, CA 91101
Parking Information: Parking entrance is located North of the building on Lake Avenue. All guest parking will be validated by the building.
How many more times can we hear the question asked "where in the cycle are we?" While the inquiry may seem to have become more diluted and less significant by the day, it seems to get more puzzling at the same time. We have officially broken recorded history, as this cycle surpassed 120 months and counting.
As we break history, we find ourselves in unforeseen circumstances and unfamiliar territory. Experts and investors are unsure whether or not we are approaching a downturn, if we unknowingly already in one, or if and when we will see one. There is even a chance we somehow got it right, and have simply leveled out for a couple of years.
Amidst the uncertain economic timeline, investment patterns seem to be boasting confidence in the market, especially here in LA. 2019’s Q3 brought in $1.5B, beating out the five year quarterly average of $1.2 B. The same quarter saw $2.5B, while down 7.7% from the previous quarter, 29% higher than the five-year average. A thriving leasing climate also seems to be qualming any worries the office sector might have as well.
LA has fared comparatively well in recessions past, and there seems to be a consensus that if a downturn hit, history would repeat itself. Will this be the case?
As we continue through this historical time, questions must be asked. Should we proceed without caution? If we are not approaching a downturn, we most surely are late in the cycle. What investment strategies need to be applied to a mature cycle? With 10+ years passing without a recession, many younger market players have yet to see a recession and/or have been bullish for some time now. How should they prepare for market changes?
Join us as we dive into the uncertain but exciting economic cycle, forecast its future, and explore how Los Angeles should be placing its bets.
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