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  • Prospective Buyer Terminates $142M Deal to Acquire City-Owned Affordable Housing

    The $142 million leasehold sale of 12 city-owned affordable rental complexes located in various parts of Oahu has been canceled. According to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, the group of investors that agreed to purchase and manage the properties in the summer of 2012 will not be able to make a $35 million payment to the city by the March 31 deadline.

    Honolulu 03 February 2014 06:17

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