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LOS ANGELES—Rising Realty Partners has found success gravitating toward more difficult neighborhoods and properties. The company has been a long proponent of the Downtown Los Angeles market—long before the recent renaissance captured investor’s hearts and dollars. Nelson Rising, Rising Realty’s chairman and CEO, partnered with developer Maguire Thomas to build Liberty Square, which houses the US Bank Tower and Gas Company Tower; while, the company recently cultivated the once downtrodden Pershing Square market with its renovation of the PacMutual Building, which sold this week for $200 million.

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