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  • BNY Subsidiary Exits Houston Market

    CenterSquare Investment Management, the real asset investment subsidiary of BNY Mellon, announced its exit from the Houston real estate market with the sale of 1301 Fannin Street and the Villas at Hermann Park. The two assets were acquired through Urdang Value-Added Fund II (UVAF II), a $463 million value-added closed-end fund.

    Houston 12 February 2015 21:25

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