N.C. firm buys PPG Place for $180 million

Date: 21 September 2011
Source: http://www.post-gazette.com
A Raleigh, N.C., real estate investment trust has paid nearly $180 million for PPG Place, Pittsburgh's distinctive glass skyscraper.

According to the Allegheny County Department of Resl Estate, the building was sold to Highwoods Properties for $179,395,660.

Read more: www.post-gazette.com/pg/11262/1175940-100.stm

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