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  • JV Buys Fairways at Towson Apartments for More than $100M

    Tryko Partners, LLC has joined forces with the Investcorp Group for the acquisition of a large apartment community in the Baltimore metro area. The two companies have paid more than $100 million to buy the Fairways at Towson Apartments. They now plan to start work on a multi-million-dollar renovation project for the property.

    Baltimore 22 March 2015 23:47

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