Brookfield Property Partners (Nasdaq: BPY) has closed on its acquisition of Houston Center, a four-building, mixed-use property downtown.
Houston-based Transwestern also was selected to oversee leasing at Houston Center, which is 72 percent occupied, according to a press release.
Houston Center went on the market in June, and the Houston Business Journal reported in September that Brookfield would buy it for $875 million. HFF’s Jeff Hollinden, Trent Agnew and Scott Galloway marketed the property on behalf the seller, institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
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