BOSTON—The 226 Causeway St. office building inDowntown Boston has changed hands in a deal worth approximately $92million.

Brokerage firm Cushman & Wakefield reportsthat it brokered the transaction on behalf of the seller, 226Causeway Holdings, LLC. Although the brokerage firm refused todisclose the identity of the buyer, multiple reports indicate thatan affiliate of Invesco Real Estate of Dallas isthe new owner of the building that serves as the home of the NBA'sBoston Celtics. Invesco Real Estate is a unit ofInvesco, Ltd. of Atlanta.

A spokesman for Invesco had no comment on its reported purchaseof 226 Causeway, a 192,890-square-foot, six-story office building.The building's anchor tenants include the Boston Celtics, twodivisions of TripAdvisor, Oxfam America's headquarters, andinternational architectural firm Stantec. The building is currently92% leased, according to Cushman & Wakefield.

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John Jordan

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