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  • GS&P to Design $1B Nashville Yards

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  • JV Acquires Los Angeles Creative Office Building

    Newcastle Partners and Westport Capital Partners formed a joined venture to acquire a 40,000-square-foot asset in Los Angeles’ Jefferson Corridor submarket.

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