According to a recent regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, St. Joe tapped COO Park Brady to serve as interim Principal Executive Officer until a CEO is appointed.

Brady took on the role of COO in March of this year, and will continue to serve in that position. Previously he was CEO of ResortQuest.


CB Richard Ellis Group shares rose 0.6% to $24.23 in afternoon trading Thursday.

The REIT said earlier that its San Diego office won the leasing assignment for a 1.1 million-square foot, class A office and laboratory building portfolio, consisting of 18 buildings, owned by HCP ( HCP).

Among Thursday's session losers was ProLogis, which closed the session down 1.3% at $33.83.

The industrial real estate owner priced a public secondary offering of 30 million shares at $33.50 per share, and gave underwriters a 30-day option to purchase up to an additional 4.5 million shares to cover any over-allotments.

ProLogis intends to use the raised capital to repay debt and for general corporate purposes.

Host Hotels & Resorts saw its shares fall 1.7% to $16.13.

The company, a lodging REIT, raised its dividend by 200% this month, to 3 cents a share from a penny a share. Host's higher dividend will be paid on July 15, to shareholders of record on June 30.


If you liked this article you might like

10 High-Yielding Stocks to Own Ahead of a Surprising Late Summer Market Swoon

5 Great Stocks to Buy That Yield an Average 8%

Top 5 High-Yielding Stocks for the Rest of 2017

Adobe Systems, Salesforce.com, Cummins: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

The Kids Are Taking Over the World: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Thursday 5/11/17)