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SUNNYVALE, CA-Tishman Speyer has regained full ownership of the 424,000-square-foot Sunnyvale Office Park after buying out its partner’s interest in the property. The company didn’t disclose the amount it paid or the name of the partner, but previous reports on GlobeSt.com said that Tishman Speyer owned the complex in partnership with GE Capital. According to those reports, General Electric used pension fund money to by an 87% stake in the asset from Tishman Speyer for approximately $226 million in mid-2007, two years after Tishman paid $174 million for the entire project.

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