MetLife to Spend Nearly $120M on Loop Apartment Tower
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CHICAGO-New York-based MetLife Inc., a New York-based insurance company, is in the process of buying a 50-story residential building in the Loop for roughly $120 million. The company has reached a contract with a joint venture headed by Chicago-based Jupiter Realty Co. to purchase 215 West, a 389-unit apartment tower at 215 W. Washington St.
The insurer is paying roughly $305,000 per unit, or nearly $119 million, for the apartment complex. Jupiter and Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors LLC developed the tower in 2010. For the full story, go to Crain's Chicago Business .
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