Closed Las Vegas Casino Gets New Life

Tuesday, 26, August , 2014 by

The Boston Globe Associated Press – August 24, 2014   The Moroccan-themed Sahara casino that once hosted Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and the Beatles seemed a lost cause in 2011, when its owners declared the 59-year-old property unprofitable and closed it with little more than a vague promise to return. SBE Group chief executive Sam

Las Vegas Sun – August 23, 2014 After eight years and a $1.2 billion investment ($800 million for the Sahara and $400 million for the renovation), Sam Nazarian, the founder, chairman and CEO of SBE, the parent company of SLS Las Vegas, ended a Friday-morning news conference at his new Strip casino resort with the

Capacity Crowd Packs Opening of SLS Las Vegas

Tuesday, 26, August , 2014 by

Las Vegas Review Journal – August 23, 2014 Less than 30 minutes after opening to the public, the SLS Las Vegas was packed. Every table inside the Griddle Cafe was filled. There wasn’t an empty seat in the lobby’s Monkey Bar. A line snaked through the casino for customers waiting to sign up for “The

Construction under way at Hollywood Park

Friday, 18, July , 2014 by

INGLEWOOD, Calif. – June 16, 2014 – Construction is officially under way on the redevelopment of Hollywood Park, site of the storied former thoroughbred racetrack in Southern California. The first phase of construction includes preparation of the site and demolition of the racetrack and grandstands. Workers are beginning the required environmental remediation, grading and other

From The San Francisco Chronicle July 8, 2014- A proposed residential and commercial development on San Francisco’s Treasure Island has taken a step forward with a state appeals court ruling upholding the city’s favorable environmental review of the $1.5 billion project and rejecting opponents’ claims that it was vague about the design plan’s cleanup of

June 2, 2014 – Global Collection to Include Highly Anticipated SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino MCLEAN, Va. – Hilton Worldwide today announced the launch of Curio – A Collection by Hilton, including plans for the first hotels to join the new brand. Created for travelers who seek local discovery and authentic experiences, Curio will be a carefully

October 1, 2013 – Stockbridge remained an active buyer in the third quarter of 2013, acquiring four new investments for a collective gross purchase price of $123 million. The purchases include a 344-unit multifamily property in Chicago, a 127,559-square foot industrial property in the Inland Empire of California, a 225,757-square foot office building in Fort

140 New Montgomery Announces Lease with Software AG

Thursday, 12, September , 2013 by

July 1, 2013 – Stockbridge Capital Group and Wilson Meany today announced the signing of a 25,000 square-foot lease for rapidly growing Terracotta and its parent company, leading enterprise management software developer Software AG, at 140 New Montgomery Street, the iconic San Francisco office building. Software AG will occupy the 14th and 15th floors beginning

Yelp Occupies 140 New Montgomery

Tuesday, 10, September , 2013 by

From The Registry August 19, 2013 – Business-review Web site Yelp Inc. has optioned an additional three floors totaling approximately 36,000 square feet at 140 New Montgomery St. in San Francisco. It is the second expansion for the historic building’s anchor tenant and would bring its total occupancy to nearly 150,000 square feet on a dozen

From the San Francisco Business Times August 19, 2013 – You can say this about the historic Pacific Telephone tower at 140 New Montgomery: they are going to love it on Yelp. With Novo Construction workers scrambling to prepare for the first of 700 Yelp workers set to move into the building over Labor Day