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GE offloads Australian offices to Blackstone

Published on August 1st, 2013

Blackstone Group has bought a seven-property office portfolio in Australia from GE Capital Real Estate for A$300m ($269.2m). The properties include two in Sydney, two in Brisbane and one each…

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