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  • As Outrigger Enterprises Group continues to expand outside of Hawaii, President and CEO David Carey says the Honolulu-based hospitality company is committed an owner-operator model, and no longer being just a management company. Carey and other executives from the family-owned hospitality company spoke to PBN last week about the company's expansion, which have included purchasing and redeveloping properties in the Pacific like the Maldives, Mauritius and Fiji. He said Outrigger is focused only…

  • Trammell Crow Co.'s under-construction office tower won't be named One Bond Tower after all. Based on the name of the entity that Dallas-based Trammell formed to develop the project, One Bond Tower, and the address of the project, 1007 Stewart St., the Business Journal on Tuesday speculated whether the building would be named for the famous fiction al spy. Trammell officials declined to comment before the Business Journal's original post went up, but after it did a spokesperson said the tower will…

  • A buyer has emerged for the former Medrad headquarters in Warrendale, along with a major tenant to take a significant chunk of the 125,000-square-foot building. A local group led by entrepreneur Mike McMullen operating as Global View Partners LLC has the building under agreement along with a 60,000-square-foot lease in place. The tenant is Heartland Payment Systems, a publicly traded payment processing company that entered the Pittsburgh market in 2012 when it acquired Coraopolis-based ESCI. The…

  • Advanced Fresh Concepts, one of the largest suppliers of fresh sushi to supermarkets across the United States, has purchased the iconic Crouching Lion Estate in Windward Oahu, with plans to renovate and reopen the restaurant, cottage and retail establishments, the director of operations for the California company told PBN. About a year ago, the property at 51-666 Kamehameha Highway in Kaaawa, which was owned by Waikiki residents, one of them former attorney Alan Huie, was put on the market for an…

  • EquityEats, the recently launched restaurant investment platform, plans to open a pop-up restaurant space to give potential investors the chance to try the food — and meet the chefs — behind the restaurants they're backing. EquityEats is in talks to open the space at 918 F St. NW, the former home of LivingSocial's events space. The deal, first reported by Washington City Paper, is not yet signed. The five-story building could host up to five restaurant concepts at the same time, according to…