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CHEVY CHASE, MD—The combined portfolio includes over 9.7 million square feet of office assets, one million square feet of retail assets and 4,500 residential units.
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CHEVY CHASE. MD—New York REIT’s stock price fell 8.1% on the morning after the deal was announced.