Goodwin Helps Brookfield Snag Seattle Towers For $210M

Law360, New York (June 5, 2012, 7:08 PM EDT) -- In the second big deal to hit Seattle's reviving office market this week, Brookfield Office Properties Inc. has picked up two office towers in the city's central business district for $210 million, the company announced Tuesday.

While Brookfield declined to publicly disclose the seller, the properties were owned by Chicago's Walton Street Capital, according to separate reports released earlier this year by building manager Wright Runstad & Co. and commercial real estate service firm Broderick Group Inc.

The New York-based Brookfield said it is funding the...
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