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  • Starwood Buys Two Northeast Ohio Malls as Part of $1.6B Deal

    Starwood Capital Group, a Greenwich, Conn.-based investment firm, has completed last week the acquisition of seven dominant regional malls in four states, on the West Coast and in the Midwest. The deal was announced in September. Two Northeast Ohio shopping centers are also included in the portfolio.

    Cleveland 26 November 2013 14:37

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