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WASHINGTON, DC-New York City-based DelShah Capital has sold one of its last holdings in the city and is marketing its final asset–the Embassy of Georgia on Embassy Row. When that sale is complete the company will be free to focus on its assets in New York City. That is the purpose of these sales, Rishi Pande, property manager tells GlobeSt.com. “Our core holdings are in New York City—that is where our experience and manpower is. This decision is not so much based on the value of the DC market but rather our strategic direction.”

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