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Equity Office Properties Trust intends to close this week on its long-awaited $39 million acquisition of the World Trade Center East building on downtown Seattle’s waterfront, according to recent SEC filings.

The Chicago-based real estate investment trust agreed in July 1998 to buy the building from Seattle’s Wright Runstad & Co. An established relationship between the two gives Equity the right to make the first offer on projects developed by Wright Runstad, including World Trade Center East.

The 187,000-sf building has been fully leased to Visio Corp., which merged earlier this year with Microsoft Corp. Equity is the Puget Sound area’s largest landlord.

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