PGIM Real Estate completes nearly US$30 billion in transactions worldwide in 2020

President and CEO, PGIM Real Estate (Photo: Business Wire)

President and CEO, PGIM Real Estate (Photo: Business Wire)

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 8, 2021–

PGIM Real Estate completed nearly US$30 billion in transactions worldwide in 2020. The volume represents a total of 911 transactions and includes $10.2 billion in real estate equity investments and dispositions on behalf of third-party investors, in addition to $19.5 billion in real estate financing. PGIM Real Estate is the real estate investment and financing business of PGIM, the $1.4 trillion global investment management business of Prudential Financial, Inc. ( NYSE: PRU ).

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President and CEO, PGIM Real Estate (Photo: Business Wire)

“While COVID-19 brought on challenges in 2020 that we couldn’t have anticipated or specifically planned for, PGIM Real Estate has been preparing for a market downturn for the past several years,” said Eric Adler, president and CEO of PGIM Real Estate. “We entered the pandemic from a position of exceptional strength and resiliency, with rigorous investment and operational risk infrastructure in place globally and considerable liquidity across our debt and equity businesses.”

The total transaction volume includes approximately $25.3 billion through 835 transactions in

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Green Mountain Builders completes Bonita Bay remodel

Green Mountain Builders has just announced the completion of a substantial remodel in the award-winning community of Bonita Bay, in Bonita Springs, Florida. The transitional-inspired  makeover consists of a completely transformed kitchen, main living area, dining room, master bedroom, bathrooms and outdoor living space.



a room filled with furniture and a large window: Green Mountain Builders recently completed a first floor renovation of this Bonita Bay home located in The Sanctuary.


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Green Mountain Builders recently completed a first floor renovation of this Bonita Bay home located in The Sanctuary.

The home, originally constructed in the late 1990s, is located in The Sanctuary, a distinctive cluster of luxury homes in Bonita Bay. The neighborhood borders a lovely lake and pristine nature preserve. Many estate homes within Bonita Bay that have now aged twenty-five years are going through the remodeling and makeover process that updates both indoor and outdoor spaces that typically open up interior spaces, require new and updated kitchens, living and dining spaces, plus bedrooms, bathrooms and various other interior upgrades and improvements.

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Tony Persichilli, owner of Green Mountain Builders, a licensed building contractor and currently celebrating thirty years building in Southwest Florida, formed a group of highly qualified experts to design and build this lovely makeover. “We brought in the most creative professionals in their respective fields to work together as a

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Theory Design completes installation at remodeled residence at Quail West

Theory Design has completed the installation of its interior design at a totally remodeled 6,000 square-foot, two story grand estate residence at Quail West. Theory Design reimagined the spaces throughout the home and created an on-trend open-concept living environment.  The project also entailed extensive exterior enhancements, including a new driveway, new landscaping, new landscaping lighting, a new roof, and a new exterior pool deck, including new waterline tile in the pool, installation of new pool equipment, and a re-designed outdoor kitchen area.

Inside, Theory Design created a new feature wall in the great room to replace what was originally an outdated precast concrete fireplace that extended to the ceiling.  The new fireplace is outlined in black stone and features new, on-trend trim cladding that soars all the way to the ceiling.  A new sound system is now featured on the home’s first floor, including a subwoofer that is hidden in the ceiling of the adjoining great room and kitchen.  In the kitchen, new countertops, new cabinetry, a wet bar, and two wine refrigerators have transformed the space into an appealing gathering place while entertaining.

The entire residence was repainted, including the interior doors that were enhanced with new door hardware. 

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UCASU completes 1st proprietary design for its unique Shared Home-Office Community (SHOC) business

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ATLANTA, Jan. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ —
ATLANTA, Jan. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — UC Asset (OTCQX: UCASU), an Atlanta-based global real estate investment firm, announced that its subsidiary, SHOC Holdings LLC, has developed a proprietary architect design for its unique Shared Home-Office Community (SHOC) properties.

This proprietary architect design combines the comfort of a residential property with the convenience of a business hotel meshed with the hi-tech amenities of a home office. The prototype is a 5-bedroom property, with each bedroom designed as an individual business lodge equipped with state-of-the-art home office capabilities. Each room can be rented individually as a conventional hotel room for business travelers. 

In comparison to conventional hotel rooms, SHOC are equipped with home-office facilities such as hi-speed internet, video conferencing, easy access to office accessories such as printers and scanners, and other tools to empower today’s business travelers. But it also presents the personalized charm, including home-style full-equipped kitchen, to serve travelers with a home office away from home.

“This is the first design of its kind.  We are pleased that our architect has been able to turn our vision into

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JMID completes fun, fresh renovations in North Naples

Jinx McDonald Interior Designs, Inc. (JMID) recently completed the interior design on a 2,400 square foot, three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in North Naples in partnership with EECON Construction.



a living room filled with furniture and a large window: Jinx McDonald Interior Designs, Inc. (JMID) redesigned a North Naples home into a fun, fresh space that’s ideal for friends and family to watch a game.


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Jinx McDonald Interior Designs, Inc. (JMID) redesigned a North Naples home into a fun, fresh space that’s ideal for friends and family to watch a game.

To begin the renovation, walls were demolished and moved around to create a large living room. Open to a new kitchen that takes advantage of key windows in the home, it lets ample amounts of natural light into the room.

“A large group can gather in this open kitchen and can spill over into the living room, said Minka McDonald, President of Jinx McDonald Interior Designs. “The living room consists of matching sofas and a pair of leather recliners facing a focal TV wall with built-in cabinets and floating shelves on either side.”

Crisp white shaker cabinets with fully integrated appliances line the anchor wall of the kitchen with a custom nickel gap hood and floating shelves set off by a beautiful blue-glass backsplash run in a herringbone pattern. The rich blue is picked back up in the cabinets on the large island that is

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