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Gaw lands MetLife and THRE funds for London purchase

Published on December 14th, 2015

MetLife and TH Real Estate have financed Gaw Capital Partners’ purchase of a London office asset. MetLife provided £149.5m (€207.5m), while TH Real Estate, on behalf of TIAA-CREF, provided £124.6m…

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