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Sep 30, 2016

First Capital Realty Inc. Completes Joint-Venture Acquisition of 101 Yorkville Avenue

Nili Goldman and Eileen P. K. Costello

First Capital Realty Inc. (“First Capital”) completed the joint-venture acquisition of the property municipally known as 101 Yorkville Avenue on a 50-50 basis with a non-managing partner for an aggregate purchase price of approximately $29 million. 

Aird & Berlis LLP advised First Capital Realty with a team that included Hayden Solomons, Nili Goldman Birshtein and Eileen Costello.

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