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|| Bahrain investment firm acquires three real estate assets in the US

investcorp.jpgBahrian-based investment firm Investcorp announced its three most recent equity investments in the US real estate market, which brings its real estate investments this year to $300 million.

Investcorp has just closed on its purchase of the seven-story Park Tower office complex in Long Beach, California for an undisclosed price. It follows Investcorp's $37 million acquisition of the Bethesda Health City building in Boynton Beach, Florida and of the Ashford, a 221 unit garden and townhouse community composed of 15 residential buildings located in Atlanta, Georgia.

Investcorp is listed in the Middle East Investors Directory with the code OR30.

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