"It extends our relationship with AT&T," Oglesby, chiefinvestment officer of Wells Real Estate Funds, tells GlobeSt.com."Both properties are in the bull's-eye of what we look for-longterm leases with credit tenants."

Originally built for BellSouth (now AT&T) in 2002, LindberghCenter consists of two 14-story, class A office buildings connectedby an atrium. The buildings are located within a 47-acretransit-oriented, live-work-play development called Lindbergh CityCenter.

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