Monday, October 14, 2013

SkySong’s ownership structure changes as 1 partner opts out


SkySong, the Arizona State University Scottsdale Innovation Center, has a new ownership structure after one partner wanted out of the project.

Holualoa Cos., a Tucson-based real-estate investment firm, has replaced USAA Real Estate Co., which sold its share in the partnership. The ownership structure now includes the ASU Foundation, Plaza Cos. and Holualoa.

Sharon Ballenger, USAA Real Estate spokeswoman, couldn’t be reached for comment. The firm’s website does list SkySong’s two office buildings, SkySong I and II, as sold. SkySong is on the southeastern corner of Scottsdale and McDowell roads.

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1 comment:

  1. You know, Skysong is a really neat place. The problem is, is that they only offer a 3 month lease at the shortest. When I went to Scottsdale on business, I needed a place for only 2 months. There is a place really close to Skysong, like not even 400 feet away called Scottsdale Park Suites that has furnished corporate apartments and short-term month-to-month leases. You should check them out. Nice post by the way.

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