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Blackstone offloads US industrial specialist IndCor to GIC

Published on December 9th, 2014

Blackstone has confirmed that it will sell US industrial real estate company IndCor Properties to GIC Real Estate for $8.1bn. Chicago-based IndCor owns about 10.9m m2 of warehouses in 29…

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