Orrick recently represented Tokyo-based Shimizu Corporation on its inaugural NY office investment – the $147 million acquisition of the Albano Building, a high-rise office tower in Manhattan from the Vanbarton Group.
We also recently advised Tokyo Trust Capital on the $131 million purchase of One Tehama from CIM Group. This Class A creative office building is located in San Francisco’s South Financial District and is the highest per square foot office sale in San Francisco history to date. Built in 1929, the building is on the California Historic Register and was designated by the San Francisco Planning Department as a Category 1 (Significant) Historic Structure. It is fully leased to SoFi and serves as its corporate headquarters.
Michael Haworth, Alykhan Shivji, James Tian, David Burkhart and Kendall Russ advised on the Albano acquisition, while Hiroshi Sarumida, the relationship partner for Shimizu, consulted on the corporate aspects, and Nicole Walsh advised on the construction elements of this transaction. Ronny Clausner and David Burkhart assisted with the One Tehama acquisition.