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|| Dubai private investors of Legatum acquired a building at DIFC

legatum-difc.pngLegatum, a private investment group based in Dubai, announces the acquisition of Precinct Building 6 at the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), the financial and business hub based in the UAE.

The nine-level 128,000 sq ft property, to be renamed Legatum Plaza, was purchased from a private investor and is located in the Gate Precinct of the DIFC.

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