Thomas Properties Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: TPGI) today announced that it has completed two transactions in which it transferred a 49% partnership interest in 2121 Market Street Associates LP, the owner of an apartment and retail property in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and also sold the adjacent land parcel used as a parking lot for that building. The two transactions resulted in net proceeds to Thomas Properties Group of over $12.0 million.
"These transactions are important additional steps we have taken toward our goal of selling non-core properties and land that we do not intend to develop in the near term,” said Jim Thomas, Chairman and CEO. “We intend to use these proceeds as part of our new corporate strategy of investing in both new and existing assets that generate current cash flow and are consistent with our core business of owning and managing first class office buildings,” Mr. Thomas added.
About Thomas Properties Group
Thomas Properties Group, Inc., based in Los Angeles, is a full-service real estate company that owns, acquires, develops and manages primarily office, as well as mixed-use and residential properties on a nationwide basis. The company's primary areas of focus are the acquisition and ownership of premier properties, both on a consolidated basis and through its strategic joint ventures, property development and redevelopment, and property management and leasing activities. For more information about Thomas Properties Group, Inc., please visit
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