Who's Who in the Buildings Market 2004: Boeing Realty Corp.

Sept. 1, 2004
The 2004 'A' List
#23Boeing Realty Corp.Irvine, CA
(949) 790-1900
www.boeing.com/special/realtyIn its oversight of all aspects of real estate strategies, acquisions and dispositions, development, and leasing worldwide for The Boeing Co., Boeing Realty Corp. reports a current real estate portfolio of approximately 95 milion square feet in more than 350 sites worldwide: 25 million square feet in office buildings, and 70 million square feet in industrial buildings. Formed nearly 30 years ago by McDonnell Douglas to dispose of surplus real estate and act as the company’s real estate developer, Boeing Realty has developed more than 7 million square feet of commercial space; brought more than 1,000 acres of mixed-use development to the market in the past 5 years; and completed 50 major development projects throughout the United States.[Editors’ Note: Boeing Realty’s extensive and diversified portfolio of quality properties for sale spans the full spectrum. The strategy of redeveloping and selling excess assets provides capital to be reinvested back into The Boeing Co.’s core businesses, while creating benefits to local communities through revitalization efforts. A skilled team of real estate professionals ensures optimal expertise is applied to remediation, entitlements, master-planning, and infrastructure development – now and in the future.]

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