Charlotte investors buy into Boston’s Harvard Square for $108M

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Dec.December 21, 2017 05:00 PM

Charlotte-based Asana Partners for $108 million after an intense three month bidding process. The two properties have a total of 55,000 square feet, with retail at street level with office space above. The new owners have “no plans to demolish the buildings, no plans to add density on top of it,” Sam Judd of Asana told The Boston Globe. The buildings had been owned by two families that make up the Dow and Stearns trust since the early 1900s. [Boston Globe]

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