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Hines Global closes $276M Seattle complex sale; Terreno pays $6.7M for Md. asset

This feature rounds up recent property news from covered companies and highlights larger deal coverage already published.

* A unit of Hines Global REIT Properties LP, which is a subsidiary of Hines Global REIT Inc., closed on the sale of the two-building Komo Plaza in Seattle for $276.0 million, excluding transaction costs. Hines Global REIT 100/140 Fourth Ave LLC sold the mixed-use complex to GI TC Seattle LLC.

* Terreno Realty Corp. bought a property consisting of one rear-load industrial distribution building encompassing roughly 45,000 square feet in Lanham, Md., for about $6.7 million, representing an estimated stabilized cap rate of 6.1%. The property offers seven dock-high and four grade-level loading positions and parking for 81 cars. It is fully leased to a single tenant.

* Condor Hospitality Trust Inc. sold the 62-room Super 8 hotel in Burlington, Iowa, for $2.8 million and the 164-room Savannah Suites hotel in Atlanta for $3.0 million.

* Hartman Short Term Income Properties XX expanded its Dallas portfolio with the acquisition of the 366,549-square-foot Three Forest Plaza office building for an undisclosed sum. The property is 73% leased to several tenants, including Weaver & Tidwell, Huselton Morgan & Maultsby, QRx and US Oncology.

Additional coverage

Vornado flags $486M gain from Va. office park sale: The company will recognize the noncash gain in the fourth quarter.

Vornado's Va. office park sells for $200M in auction: In the absence of a competing bid, representatives of the note holders that launched the auction of the 2.6 million-square-foot property paid $200 million to acquire it, the Washington Business Journal reported.

HCP acquires 10 medical office buildings in $163M sale-leaseback transaction: The medical office buildings comprise a combined 756,183 square feet.

Vornado, Aurora Capital get $90M loan for NY office-and-retail project: The developers secured the five-year, floating-rate loan Dec. 22, The Real Deal reported.

Nightingale affiliate buys Cousins Properties' Fla. office building for $80M: NG 1601 Washington Ave. paid $80 million for the Lincoln Place property, the South Florida Business Journal reported.

Griffin Capital Essential Asset REIT II pays $44M for NJ office facility: The class A, three-story, 125,735-square-foot facility is in Parsippany.

Wheeler REIT buys Ga. shopping center for $37M: The acquisition is the company's largest single asset purchase so far.

CAPREIT to purchase Netherlands portfolio for €64.9M: Four of the multifamily properties are in Utrecht, while the remaining four properties of the 568-unit portfolio are in the smaller cities of Scherpenzeel, Cuijk, Enschede and Warnsveld.

Hilton to manage dual-branded hotel in Vietnam owned by BRG Group: The company signed an agreement with a unit of BRG Group to manage a 610-room, dual-branded hotel in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Urban Edge operating partnership to acquire stake in NY shopping center: The deal is set to close in January 2017.