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ATLANTA-The Equitable Building is about to go on the market again. Lincoln Property Co., the recently appointed receiver of the foreclosed office building in Downtown Atlanta, is in talks with several brokerage firms vying to market the 33-story tower, according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

Lincoln is expected to name a brokerage firm within the next week to help sell the landmark building, also known as 100 Peachtree. Cushman & Wakefield and CB Richard Ellis Inc. are among the finalists.

The Equitable Building’s recent $29.5-million sale to 100 Peachtree St. Atlanta LLC, an affiliate of Capmark Financial Group Inc., marked the city’s first significant commercial foreclosure in years. Click here to read more from the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

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