RC Acquisitions

  • National City Tower Acquired by Canadian Investor in $43 Million Deal

    National City Tower, a historic adaptive reuse project in downtown Los Angeles, recently traded hands in a deal worth $43.26 million. Canada-based RC Acquisitions LLC acquired the property from seller National City Towers LLC, in a deal arranged on behalf of both parties by Janet Neman and Bryan Glenn of full-service regional real estate firm Charles Dunn Company.

    Los Angeles 19 October 2014 23:27

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