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A program to sell the 1.2 million-sf Texaco Heritage Plaza building in downtown Houston has been halted after building offers did not match the expectations of the owners, the Michigan Employees Retirement System fund.

The building was expected to bring in offers of $200 million or more, but there were no buyers who stepped forward to pay that price. Holliday Fenoglio Fowler has been marketing the property for several months. The building, located at the intersection of Bagby and Dallas Sts., was built in 1986.

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