Neither PS nor Norris Beggs & Simpson, the brokerage firmrepresenting Hartford, CT-based Talcott, would release informationregarding the transaction. A spokeswoman for NBS tells GlobeSt.com"a press release about that will go out Monday." Eileen Newkirk, alocally based vice president with PS, did not return a phone callseeking comment.

Chris Johnson, the broker with NBS that has been marketing theproperty since the spring with partner Gene Bentley, toldGlobeSt.com a few weeks back that PS Business Parks had pulled outof the purchase and that Talcott had taken the property off themarket. He did not return calls yesterday seeking furthercomment.

All told, Cornell Oaks is a 118-acre master planned businesspark with 11 flex-office buildings, two conventional officebuildings, two owner-occupied corporate headquarters, three hotels,three restaurants, daycare and a service station. The actual sale,originally marketed for $105.5 million, included the 11 flex-officebuildings, one of the conventional ones, and 24 acres ofundeveloped land capable of supporting another 563,000 sf offlex-office space.

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