CBRE Completes $18.4M Sale of Rimrock at ASU Research Park

first_img“Rimrock is an excellent investment opportunity in Tempe and in one of most prominent business parks in the metro area,” said CBRE’s Glenn Smigiel. “ASU Research Park benefits from a unique partnership shared with Arizona State University which aids in fostering tenant growth by providing direct access to ground-breaking research, educational opportunities, faculty, and a young, educated technology minded workforce.” Rimrock is situated in ASU Research Park which is located at Elliot Road and the 101 Freeway in Tempe. The 320-acre business park is considered one of the most notable business addresses in the Phoenix metropolitan area and is home to numerous corporate headquarters and R&D facilities providing a corporate and technology hub for southeast Phoenix. CBRE has negotiated the sale of the leasehold interest in Rimrock at ASU Research Park in Tempe, Ariz. The two-building, ±83,764 SF office complex located at 2030 and 2050 E. ASU Cir. in Tempe. commanded a sale price of $18.4M. The project was 93 percent leased at time of sale. Bob Young, Steve Brabant, Glenn Smigiel and Rick Abraham with CBRE’s Phoenix office in conjuncture with Craig Coppola, Andrew Cheney, Bill Blake and Colton Trauter with Lee & Associates brokered the transaction on behalf of the seller, Rimrock Investors II of Phoenix. The buyer was Las Vegas, Nev.-based W Tempe, LLC. Developed in 2007 by Rimrock Partners (Dean Riesen, Managing Partner and Ron Moore, Partner), the two building office complex is leased to three tenants, including Iridium Satellite, a global mobile satellite company; KINETX, an engineering, technology, software development and business consulting firm specializing in aerospace systems; and Comsys Information Technology Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Manpower, Inc. Rimrock sits on ±10.10 acres and is comprised of two class A office buildings totaling ±25,457 square feet (2030 Building) and ±58,307 square feet (2050 Building) that also include flex and R&D space for the current tenants. last_img read more

It will take a joint effort to improve BREEAM

first_imgSubscribe now for unlimited access To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGIN Get your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY Stay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to building.co.ukBreaking industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletters Subscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our communitylast_img read more

I suppose …

first_imgDavid Kapp, Belthorn EstateI suppose no one knows nothingeveryone’s cheeks are turnedeveryone is lookingthe other waynot the Bonteheuwel wayand wherever else schools are not safe from its inhabitantsaround and about the place(be it here or any other landmass)I suppose no one knows nothingis the anguished response from a high school learnerher school vandalizedby her country’s occupantsunless of course the alienshave landed at long laston planet Mother Earthto perform treasonable actson the street where you livedestroying schools wreckinglibraries ruining many a future(the oddest of activities this isthe poor stealing from the poorin a nation-state where folksmake-believe quite religiously)I suppose no one knows nothingsounds like Afrikaapsand not my mother’stea-drinking English(or mine even)(after alllanguage is powerand there ispower in language)I suppose no one knows nothingshackled as we areas free as we are* Written in response to stories about burglaries at schools and creches reported in last week’s papers.last_img read more

Prep Wrestling Section Playoff Schedule

first_img 1080p HD About Connatix V56490 1/1 Section 8AAAWednesday February 12th (Top 4 Seeds Host)Sartell-St. Stephen vs. St. Cloud Tech           (7:00)Winner vs. Winner No. 1Willmar/No. 9 Buffalo (6:00) FridaySauk Rapids-Rive vs. Bemidji                                    (7:00)Winner vs. No. Bemidji/No. 3 Brainerd (6:00) FridayFriday February 14thFinal Four Sauk Rapids High School Section 6AAThursday February 13th (Top Four Seeds Host)Winner No. 8 Monticello/No. 9 Spectrum vs. No. 1 Becker (7:00)No. 5 Big Lake at No. 4 Albany (6:00)No. 7 Rocori vs. No. DC/L (6:00)February 14Final Four At Zimmerman (5:00/7:00)(Becker, Albany, Rocori)Section 7AATuesday February 11th       At Milaca (South Half)No. 6 Milaca-Faith Christian vs. No. 1 Foley (7:00)Winner vs. 5:00 FridayFriday February 14th Final Four @ ProctorSection 4AFriday February 14th At Howard Lake5:00/6:30/8:00(No. 2) Kimball vs. No. 6 St. Agnes (5:00)Winner vs. Winner of No. 3 HLWW/No. 6 Sibley East (6:30)Then the winner of EVW vs. Trinity (5:00)Will wrestle Winner of No. 1 ACGC/No. 8 NYA (6:30)Section 5A (7:00) Tuesday February 11th (Top four Seeds Host)(No. 5) Paynesville @ No. 4 Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg (7:00)Winner vs. No. 1 Seed (Likely) LPGE/BR) 5:00Friday February 14th(Final Four @ Minnewaska High School (5:00/7:00)Section 7ASaturday February 15th At Royalton(No. 1) Royalton/Upsala vs. Winner of #8 Crosby-Ironton/#9 Ogilvie (12:00)Winner 2:00 vs. the Holdingford/Deer River dual (No. 5) Holdingford vs. (No. 4) Deer River (10:00) Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 360pcenter_img Foley’s Mitch Trigg with the pin to win the state semi final match. Photo courtesy of Aaron GouletIt’s playoff time for high school wrestlers in Central Minnesota. Roger Mischke provides a schedule to help you follow your favorite team. About Connatix V56490 Auto (360p) 720p HDlast_img read more

10 fresh ideas for turning toast into something exciting

first_img This March 2, 2015 photo shows tomato butter and salami toast in Concord, N.H. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead) Call it what you will, eat it when you will. No matter what, gussied up toast can be a great indulgence.10 IDEAS FOR BETTER TOAST TOPPINGSHumble toast doesn’t have to be so humble. Here are 10 ways to mix up your toast routine, from super simple to almost a sandwich. Having a party? Make miniature versions and serve as appetizers.— Blue lime: Spread multigrain toast with lime marmalade, then sprinkle with crumbled blue cheese and cracked black pepper.— Ricotta-broccoli raab: Saute chopped broccoli raab in a little olive oil until tender, 2 to 4 minutes. Spread whole-milk ricotta over toasted sourdough bread. Spoon the broccoli raab over the ricotta, then sprinkle with coarse salt and red pepper flakes.— Cashew-sprouts: Quarter a handful of Brussels sprouts and toss with olive oil. Pan-fry in a skillet until just tender. Spread a piece of toasted pumpernickel bread with cashew butter, then top with the warm sprouts and a sprinkle of Romano cheese.— Avocado-walnut: Top toasted herbed bread with slices of avocado. Drizzle with honey, then top with fresh chives and toasted walnuts.— Tomato butter and salami: Stir together 1 tablespoon softened butter with 1 tablespoon tomato paste and 1 teaspoon capers. Spread over ciabatta toast, then top with shredded salami and torn fresh basil.— Pesto chicken: Slice a baguette in half lengthwise. Spread each piece with pesto. Top each with shredded rotisserie chicken, lemon zest, and fresh mozzarella. Broil until golden and melted, 2 to 3 minutes.— Hawaiian: Spread a toasted sweet roll or English muffin with pineapple or mango jam. Top with sliced ham, roasted red peppers and crumbled bacon.— Dates and goat: Spread soft goat cheese over toasted multigrain bread, then drizzle with toasted pumpkin seed oil and top with chopped dates, black pepper and orange zest.—Tarragon-beet: Stir 2 tablespoons chopped fresh tarragon and 1 teaspoon lemon zest into 2 tablespoons softened cream cheese. Spread over toasted rye and top with thinly sliced cooked beets. Sprinkle with toasted caraway seeds.— Anchovy and brie: Lay slices of brie over toasted brioche. Top with anchovy fillets and sprinkle with toasted pumpkin seeds and balsamic glaze. This March 2, 2015 photo shows Hawaiin toast in Concord, N.H. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead) We’re not entirely sure what the difference is between a classic open-faced sandwich and the suddenly hip world of toast with toppings.Then again, maybe it doesn’t much matter. A thick slab of lightly toasted good quality bread topped with delicious ingredients is an almost unbeatable comfort food no matter what you call it. Maybe it’s because it reminds us of when we were kids and Mom would make toast for breakfast or to have in bed when we were sick. Or maybe it reminds us of late night snacks in college.center_img This March 2, 2015 photo shows ricotta broccoli raab in Concord, N.H. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead) This March 2, 2015 photo shows tarragon beet toast in Concord, N.H. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead)last_img read more