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  • Tishman Speyer Grabs Iconic Chicago Tower

    Global real estate owner, operator and developer Tishman Speyer now has 10 Chicago properties in its portfolio after closing on the acquisition of 190 South LaSalle, a Class A building in the city’s Central Loop, from CBRE Global Investors for a reported $211 million.

    Chicago 14 August 2013 13:40

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