PHILADELPHIA-America’s Capital Partners, the owner of Downtown’sTwo Liberty Place skyscraper, are putting the office portion of thebuilding on the market, according to the Philadelphia BusinessJournal. Floors three through 36, a total of 933,548 squarefeet, could command as much as $180 million, the article says.

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Miami-based America’s Capital bought the 1.2-million-square-footbuilding in 2005 for $151 million. The top floors of the 57-storyasset were since converted into residential condos. Cigna Corp. andlaw firm Buchanan Ingersoll are among Two Liberty’s major tenants;Unisys C orp. recently decided not to renew 90,000 square feet,which currently remains vacant, the report says.

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