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  • SL Green to Develop Manhattan Dorm Tower

    SL Green led JV to build a dorm in Manhattan; Beech Street Capital provides $33 million in Fannie loans to two Baltimore-area assets; and Colliers International represents the buyers and sellers in the $7.7 million sale of an apartment property in San Diego.

    National 24 August 2012 19:04

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