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Woman wins largest bingo prize in Las Vegas history

The lucky winner is pictured with Rampart Casino Bingo Manager Jo Farwell (Rampart Casino / FOX5).
 The fortunate winner is pictured with Rampart Casino Bingo Supervisor Jo Farwell (Rampart Casino/ FOX5).

The fortunate winner is pictured with Rampart Gambling establishment Bingo Supervisor Jo Farwell (Rampart Gambling Establishment/ FOX5). LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – A regional lady won the largest Double Daub bingo

prize in Las Vegas history at a west Valley casino. The female, who wishes to stay anonymous, walked away with a prize totaling $110,726 from Summerlin’s Rampart Casino, inning accordance with a release.

She won the cash after playing the popular bingo game on Feb. 10th.

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Prize Residential or commercial property Financings by Office Investors Stoking Restored CMBS Activity

With Interest Rates Expected to Rise, Debtors Turning to CMBS to Lock in Financing Costs

Office owners have resparked the CMBS market by financing their property deals as Trinity/Norges did in acquiring 375 Hudson in NYC.
Office owners have resparked the CMBS market by funding their residential or commercial property deals as Trinity/Norges performed in obtaining 375 Hudson in NYC. Not just has the anticipated downturn in CMBS issuance this year cannot occur, however the CMBS market has actually seen a renewed flurry of activity. An overall of $9.9 billion in CMBS loans priced during August, bringing the year-to-date CMBS total to $52 billion, a 41% increase year-over-year, inning accordance with Kroll Bond Score Agency (KBRA).

The combined CMBS pricing volume for July and August ($ 17.6 billion), accounted for about a third of year to this day 2017 volume.

Much of the CMBS deal volume has been owned by single-borrower refinancings of trophy office homes and portfolios.

Single-borrower issuance year-to-date through August was $21.8 billion currently exceeding the 2016 quantity of $19.4 billion, according Larry Kay, senior director at KBRA.

” With one-month Libor more than doubling year-over-year (.52 bps to 1.23 bps) and up by practically 25% considering that May, borrowers looking in the rear view mirror may think that it is time to lock in rates using a single-borrower execution on big portfolio possessions,” Kay said of the current increase in offers.

” Based upon the forward pipeline, we may see approximately 7 channels and six-single borrower transactions launch in September,” he stated. “If these deals come to market by the end of the month, we could see the strongest third quarter (for CMBS issuance) given that 2014, when the overall reached $27 billion.”

Inning accordance with Morgan Stanley Research study, morew than 90% of the single-asset CMBS issuance this year has been used to re-finance existing loans, an increase over 67% observed last year. By property type, workplace and hotel have the biggest market share at 35% and 29%, respectively, compared with 25% and 26% for the full year in 2016.

Ten brand-new CMBS offers have actually been launched for September issuance in the last 30 days, consisting of five openly used channel deals from Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, and Wells Fargo.

Five private-label offers are also striking the marketplace, including three portfolio refinancings from JPMorgan Chase, and two single-asset offers one each from Deutsch Bank and Goldman Sachs.Office Property-Backed CMBS Triple Workplace residential or commercial properties are backing the bulk of the new CMBS deals. Workplace business mortgage-backed securities more than tripled in August to$ 3.9 billion. Workplace CMBS is on track year-to-date to go beyond 2016’s overall volume by about 30%, and may reach$ 27 billion by year-end. This would be the greatest total for the sector since 2007. Workplace residential or commercial properties have made up 41 %of 17 openly used CMBS deals this year, according to KBRA. That is far more than the second greatest total among residential or commercial property types with retail at 24%. September CMBS Offer Emphasizes Stonemont Portfolio Trust 2017 The Stonemont CMBS is a

two-year, interest-only$ 800 million mortgage backed by 94 residential or commercial properties and a leasehold interest in one residential or commercial property in a 20-state portfolio amounting to 6.8 million square feet. The portfolio includes 4.2 million square feet of office and 2.1 million of industrial/flex space; the rest is retail. Stonemont Financial Group of Atlanta used the loan, along with mezzanine loans amounting to$ 274.1 million, integrated with$ 181 million of preferred equity

and$ 72.5 countless sponsor equity to get the$ 1.3 billion portfolio from Oak Street Real Estate Capital. GS Home mortgage Securities Corp. Trust 2017-375H This CMBS is backed by$ 400 million funding for Trinity Wall Street’s share of the purchase of a 93-year leasehold interest in 375 Hudson St. in New York City from Tishman Speyer
. Trinity then sold minority stakes in the residential or commercial property to Norges Bank Realty Management and Hines. 375 Hudson consists of nearly 1.1 million square feet of rentable location consisting of 17 floorings of workplace and ground floor retail area. The office is totally leased and anchored by Saatchi & Saatchi, which inhabits more than 62 %of the area. 280 Park Opportunity 2017-280P The collateral for the securitization is a$ 1.1 billion non-recourse, first lien home loan for the refinancing of 280 Park Ave. in Manhattan The & loan has an initial two-year term with five, one-year extension

choices and requires interest-only payments throughout its term. Affiliates of SL Green Realty and Vornado Realty jointly serve as the loan sponsor.

Office Lease Up (July 17) JBG Moving HQ to New Prize Development in Downtown Bethesda


Wrap-Up of Largest Reported Office Leases Include Deals by Goodwin Procter LLP, ABN Amro, Conning, Hope Source and more

The JBG Cos. will shift its corporate headquarters to a brand-new prize building the company is set to develop at the corner of Woodmont and Bethesda Avenues in downtown Bethesda, MD. The largest advancement company in the Washington, D.C. area had been wanting to

secure an anchor renter for its new 300,000-square-foot, 14-story project at 4747 Bethesda Ave. prior to going vertical with the development. With the decision to transfer from 4445 Willard Ave. in Chevy Chase to 95,000 square feet across

the lower floorings of the proposed tower, JBG announced that building on 4747 Broadway is now underway. A completion date has actually been set for 2019. The disclosure precedes JBG’s soon-to-be-completed merger with Vornado/Charles E. Smith that will mark the launch of JBG Smith Properties( NYSE: JBGS), the outcome of Vornado’s spin-off of its Vornado/Charles E. Smith affiliate as a separate business and subsequent mergerwith certain possessions of The JBG Cos. As soon as JBG Smith goes public next week, the firm will end up being the biggest, openly traded, pure-play property company concentrated on the Washington DC market.JBG Secures Anchor Renter for New 1900 N St. Advancement in Downtown D.C. The JBG Cos. has signed an anchor renter for its brand-new 11-story, 271,067-square-foot office advancement at 1900 N St. NW in downtown Washington, D.C.- and no, it’s not JBG. A day after revealing plans to relocate its head offices to among its own developments in downtown Bethesda, MD, JBG finished a lease with Goodwin Procter LLP that will see the international law practice relocate from 901 New york city Ave. to 80,329 square feet across the top three floorings of the brand-new advancement once it’s completed in late 2019. 1900 N St. is being established on the corner of 19th and N 2 blocks from the Dupont Metro station in Washington, D.C.’s central enterprise zone. David Lipson and Gary Stein of Savills Studley brokered the lease on behalf of Goodwin Procter LLP. The deal brings 1900 N St. to 30% preleased. By Bryce Meyers ABN AMRO Cleaning Restores, Expands Lease at The Emporis Bldg. Dutch bank ABN AMRO Cleaning has renewed its existing 43,000-square-foot lease and expanded into an extra 11,000 square feet at The Emporis Building at 100 Park Ave. in New york city City, bringing its overall occupancy there to 54,000 square feet. The 36-story, 887,818-square-foot building rests on one acre in Manhattan. Tara Stacom, Justin Royce, Barry Zeller and Connor Daugstrup with Cushman & Wakefield represented the property manager, SL Green. Chris Kraus with JLL represented the tenant. By Laura Hart Conning Restores 47,000-SF Lease at 1 Financial Plaza. Conning, Inc., a global financial investment management firm, has renewed its lease for 47,279 square feet in the 1 Financial Plaza -Gold Building workplace property at 755 Main St. in Hartford, CT. The 26-story structure totals 609,000 square feet of office. It provided in 1974 with renovations in 2002. Andrew Filler with Avison Young represented the landlord, Talcott Realty Investors

LLC. Scott Macbeth of RM Bradley Brokerage Business represented the occupant. By Chabria Hill Hope Source Takes 47,000 SF in Indianapolis. Hope Source, a household therapy service, rented 47,260 square feet in the bm154703office structure at 8350 Craig

St. in Indianapolis, IN. The 47,260-square-foot structure was constructed in 1984. Matt Jackson represented the landlord, Jackson IG, internal. By Melvin Carter City of Denver Leases Additional 46,125 SF Downtown. The Denver City Council
authorized a lease for the city’s federal government workplaces to include an extra 46,125 square feet of space at the previous Denver Post structure 101 Colfax Ave. in downtown Denver. The city will sublease the 8th flooring area from The Denver Post, and will now inhabit the whole 7th and 8th floorings of the 340,538-square-foot, 11-story structure to bring its total space in the property to roughly 100,000 square feet. Eric Carlbom and Patrick Bolick of JLL represented the sublessor in its lease negotiations. By Brian Hobson C4 Therapies Relocating Cambridge Workplaces to 45,000 SF at LINX Bldg. in Watertown. Personal biotechnology business C4 Therapies signed a lease to move from Kendall Square in Cambridge to 45,000 square feet at

the brand new LINX building located at 490 Toolbox Method Watertown, MS. Boylston Properties completed building and construction this previous April on the two-story, 185,595-square-foot LINX structure. The residential or commercial property provides creative office and laboratory area on an 8.6-acre site near the blossoming Arsenal Yards in Watertown’s East End. Duncan Gratton and Kate Lien of Cushman and Wakefield represented Boylston Properties in the transaction, while Neil Ross and Tucker Hansen of JLL represented C4 Rehabs. By Tammy Mathieu Cohesity Moving to Expanded HQ Area in Downtown San Jose. Cohesity has signed a lease to transfer its corporate workplaces to 40,000 square

feet throughout the seventh and eighth floors at 300 Park Ave. in downtown San Jose, CA. Presently headquartered at 471 El Camino Real in Santa Clara, the privately-held enterprise storage company will almost triple its footprint

with its move to Riverpark Tower II, a 16-story
, 302,576-square-foot, Class A high-rise finished in 2009 along the Guadalupe River. Cohesity is arranged to move into its brand-new space next quarter following the completion of a customized build-out. Joe Brady and Mike Mordaunt of Savills Studley represented Cohesity in settlements at Riverpark Tower II as well as a short-term growth lease at the company’s existing area in Santa Clara. Anne Ralston and Phillip Mahoney of Newmark Cornish & Carey handled negotiations on behalf of structure owner, SteelWave. By Eric Kies Celgene Corp. Leases 39,000 SF in Berkeley Heights. Celgene Corp., a global biopharmaceutical business,
rented 38,738 square feet in the Connell Corporate Center 3 office building at 300 Connell Dr. in Berkeley Heights, NJ. The 304,000-square-foot structure was built in 1999. Connell Corporate Center 3 is & among four buildings situated within Connell Corporate Park. Connell Real

Estate & Development Co. was represented internal by Lee Martino. By Chy Orji ERCO Worldwide Indications 15-Year Lease at 1.3 Million-SF Spectrum Square Job. ERCO Worldwide, an in-organic item producer and supplier and a division of Superior Plus Corp.( TSX: SPB) subsidiary Superior Plus LP, has signed a 15-year lease to occupy 35,821 square feet within phase two of the 1.3 million-square-foot, seven-building & Spectrum Square development in Mississauga, Ontario. ERCO is the first renter to sign on at the proposed 134,000-square-foot, seven-story office building at 5050 Satellite Dr. Slated to begin in the very first quarter of 2018, the task has actually been created by Sweeny & Co Architects and will be established by the owner of Spectrum Square, the Health care of Ontario Pension Plan. Michael Case, Doug Hitchcox and Michael Seetner from JLL handled settlements on behalf of Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan, while David Fullerton and Allen Brusilow from NKF Devencore Toronto represented the tenant.By Aleksandra Ristich Prudential Leases 40th Floor of 101 California St. in Downtown San Francisco. American Fortune Worldwide 500 and Fortune 500 business Prudential Financial( NYSE:< a href =" https://www.nyse.com/quote/XNYS:PRU" target

=” _ blank “> PRU )has signed a lease to fully inhabit the 40th flooring of the 48-story, 1.2 million-square-foot 101 California St. tower in downtown San Francisco.

The monetary services firm out of Newark, NJ signed for 25,633 square feet at GIC Real Estate
‘s award-winning high-rise, which made the BOMA” Building of the Year” award in 1989-1990 for structures over 500,000 square feet, and earlier this year was granted LEED Platinum certification. Meade Boutwell of CBRE represented Prudential in settlements, while David Eaton and Matt Kruvant of Hines brokered the lease on behalf of ownership.

By Eric Kies Phillips Van Heusen Leases 29,000 SF in Bridgewater. Phillips Van Heusen, an American clothes business, signed a four-year lease for 29,169 square feet at 1150 Rte.

22 E in Bridgewater, NJ. The three-story office building amounts to 83,147 square feet in CenterPointe at Bridgewater. Jodie Matthews of JLL represented the tenant. Susan Mason, John Buckley and Bob Ryan of JLL represented the proprietor.

By Ladi Sanu HomeAdvisor Expands at 14123 Denver West Parkway. HomeAdvisor, which operates the largest online house services contractor referral marketplace,< a href=" http://www.costar.com/News/Article/HomeAdvisor-Expands-at-14123-Denver-West-Parkway/192579" target

=” _ blank” > rented 24,427 square feet of workplace at 14123 Denver West Parkway, among a set

of office buildings in Northstar Commercial Partners ‘Denver West Parkway office complex in Golden, CO. The lease will

accommodate a growth by HomeAdvisors following
the organized acquisition of Angie’s List by HomeAdvisor’s moms and dad business, IAC/InterActiveCorp. IAC prepares to
integrate Angie’s List with HomeAdvisor to form a brand-new publicly traded business to be called ANGI Homeservices Inc. While the 2 companies will combine ownership, Angie’s List and HomeAdvisor will continue to operate as separate brands. By Jamie Mazzio-Manson IT Cadre Leases 22,416 SF at Loudoun Station. IT Cadre, a systems engineering and software development firm, signed a 92-month lease for 22,416 square feet in the office building at 43777 Central Station Drive in Ashburn, VA. The four-story structure totals 99,099 square feet at Loudoun Station. Comstock Partners developed the home in 2015 and still keeps ownership, according to CoStar information. Nate Krill, Robert Walters, and Michael Shuler of Avison Young represented Comstock Partners in this deal. By Christopher Fano Small Business Administration Leases 17,784 SF at Shirlington Entrance. Small company Administration (SBA) signed an 11-year lease for 17,784 square feet in the Shirlington Gateway at 2800 South Shirlington Rd. in Arlington, VA. Constructed in 1986, the 12-story office building totals 206,993 square feet just off I-395 and within strolling range of The Towns at Shirlington retail shopping destination. Josh Masi, Matthew Bundy and Jeanette Ko of Cushman & Wakefield represented SBA in negotiations. By Olivia Schneider Norris McLaughlin & Marcus Broadens Workplace in Bridgewater. Norris McLaughlin & Marcus has signed an expansion for 16,444 square feet at 400 Crossing Blvd. in Bridgewater

, NJ. Formerly the firm had actually rented 61,642 square feet there, bringing its total tenancy to 78,086 square feet. William McCaffrey of Avison & Young represented the property owner, Piedmont Office Real estate Trust. By David Weinberg

Las Vegas visitor hits $1 million prize at Flamingo casino

Veera Devabhaktineni holds his million-dollar winning six-card diamond royal flush along with his check for $1 million on April 15, 2017. (Source: Caesars Entertainment)Veera Devabhaktineni holds his million-dollar winning six-card diamond royal flush in addition to his look for $1 million on April 15, 2017. (Source: Caesars Entertainment) Veera Devabhaktineni holds his million-dollar winning six-card diamond royal flush along with his look for $1 million on April 15, 2017.( Source: Caesars Entertainment). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)-. Let’s call this the “Tax Day Wonder.

” Caesars Home entertainment revealed Monday a winner of its table games-exclusive$ 1 million prize at the Flamingo hotel-casino on April 15. According to the resort business, San Diego resident Veera Devabhaktineni struck a six-card Royal Flush in diamonds during a hand of Crazy 4 Poker. With a $5 side bet on the hand, Devabhaktineni struck the $1 million prize after an hour of play.

Caesars provides the static $1 million prize on all poker-based table video games at its Las Vegas Strip gambling establishments. The six-card Royal Flush pays $1 million if the player’s hand and a set of side cards make the hand in diamonds. For all other suits, gamers win $100,000. A $5 side bet for each hand makes a gamer eligible for the payment.

Last year, Caesars’ table video games promotion made 8 gamers into millionaires.

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