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Stock exchange sells two buildings for $65M

March 01, 2011 05:32PM

The New York Stock Exchange has sold two buildings, 123 Greenwich Street and 78-86 Trinity Place in the Financial District for a combined $65 million, according to Real Estate Weekly. The buildings, which the American Stock Exchange used for decades as office space and a trading floor (before the latter was moved to 11 Wall Street), were sold to two LLCs represented by Steinhardt Management. Cushman & Wakefield began marketing the buildings, which have a total of 336,000 square feet of office space, in 2008. The properties were up for landmark designation in 2008 but have not been landmarked yet. [Real Estate Weekly]

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