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Blackstone adds to Indian IT park tally

Published on June 8th, 2015

Blackstone Group is to buy 247 Park in Vikhroli, Mumbai, for INR10.5bn ($164m), adding to its string of Indian business parks. The vendors of the park, which has 1.1m sq…

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