(Save the date: RealShare Apartments comes to the Westin Bonaventure, Los Angeles, October 24.)

DEDHAM, MA-Archstone, which figures in a $100-million IPO filed late last week by Lehman Brothers Holdings, has increased the number of rental multifamily properties it owns in the Boston area from 10 to 11. The Englewood, CO-based apartment owner and developer said Wednesday that an Archstone-aponsored partnership had paid $94.25 million to acquire Station 250, a 285-unit rental community here, from Fairfield Dedham LP, a subsidiary of Atlanta-based BVT Equity Holdings Inc.

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