The Registry | Jan 29, 2015
Los Angeles, January 29, 2015 – Continuing its expansion into the San Francisco Bay Area, Decron Properties has acquired a 251-unit apartment portfolio in Walnut Creek, Calif. for $63 million.
Multi-Housing News | Jan 23, 2015
Simi Valley, Calif. – Diversified real estate development and management firm Decron Properties Corp. will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony on January 27 to recognize the grand reopening of the newly renovated River Ranch Apartments.
Multifamily Biz | Jan 22, 2015
SIMI VALLEY, CA – It’s no secret that living in the urban cores of major markets like Los Angeles is becoming more difficult for the middle class.
Decron Properties is addressing that challenge with communities like River Ranch, which will celebrate its grand re-opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 27.
Press Release | Jan 20, 2015
Decron Properties Corp., a diversified real estate investment, development and management firm based in Southern California, will celebrate the grand opening of the newly renovated River Ranch Apartments with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 27.
The Registry: Bay Area Real Estate | Jan 16, 2015
Los Angeles-based family-owned Decron Properties Corp. has broken into the Bay Area for the first time, striking while the market remains hot.
Los Angeles Business Journal | Jan 15, 2015
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Multi-Housing News | Jan 15, 2015
Decron Properties Corp. has acquired Highland Gardens, a 187-unit garden-style apartment community in Mountain View, Calif., for $86 million. The acquisition marks LA-based Decronâ€™s first, but not last, buy in the Bay Area multifamily market.
Silicon Valley Business Journal | Jan 12, 2015
David J. Nagel, president and CEO of Decron Properties, has a simple rule when it comes to investment: Go where the jobs are. It’s hardly unique, but it has worked for the family-owned investment firm for more than a half century. Now the strategy is leading the major Los Angeles-based landlord to the Bay Area for the first time.