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Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Howard Hughes Pays $180Mln for Manhattan Development Site

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The Howard Hughes Corp. has paid $180 million for the development site at 250 Water St. in Manhattan's Seaport District.

The Dallas developer acquired the one-acre site from Milstein Properties, a New York developer that bought it in 1979 for $5.7 million.

Howard Hughes obtained a $127 million mortgage to help fund its purchase. The loan has an initial term of six months and does not require interest payments. But it also comes with three, six-month extension...


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