The year's largest real estate acquisition?

July 1994
Buildings;Jul94, Vol. 88 Issue 7, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on Hines Interest Limited Partnership and General Motors Pension Plans' acquisition of four office buildings and two connecting retail centers.


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