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  • Invesco Spends $141M on NYC’s 130 Prince St.

    Waterman Interests has turned a nearly $30 million profit on its asset at 130 Prince St. in New York City, selling the building for $140.5 million to Invesco after purchasing the property in 2007 for $112 million.

    Northeast 05 June 2012 12:24

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