Tribune Pulls Buildings Off Block

Feb 26, 2009  •  Post A Comment

With the real estate market cratering, Tribune Co. has taken its tower office building in Chicago and the Los Angeles Times’ office complex off the sales block, Crain’s Chicago Business reports. “I don’t think anybody is looking to get into any real estate deal — big or small,” Stephanie Pater, Tribune’s director of real estate, tells the paper.
—Jon Lafayette

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