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NEW YORK CITY-While Brookfield Office Properties Inc. has been thrust into the spotlight over the Occupy Wall Street protests in Zuccotti Park, the company is also in talks to up its stake in the World Financial Center, media reports say. The Wall Street Journal reported that Brookfield is negotiating a deal with Bank of America Corp. to purchase the firm’s 49% stake in 4 World Financial Center, a transaction that would make Brookfield the full owner of the 34-story, two million-square-foot office tower, unnamed sources say.

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