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Blackstone takes 50% stake in Sydney office

Published on May 11th, 2014

Blackstone has bought a 50% stake in a Sydney office building for A$435m ($403m), as foreign interest in Australian real estate continues. Blackstone bought the half share of Westpac’s headquarters…

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