This article entitled “Is the Distressed Sale Price of Boston’s Hancock Tower a Harbinger of Things to Come?” appeared on the National Real Estate Investor website on April the 1st, 2009. Sibley Fleming wrote:
“From a seller’s perspective, the sale price of Boston’s iconic John Hancock Tower yesterday was anything but positive. The 60-story building, the tallest in the city, was purchased at a foreclosure auction in New York City by a partnership between Normandy Real Estate Partners and Five Mile Capital Partners for $660.6 million…read the entire John Hancock tower sold at auction cheap article.
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