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Report: Anton Capital looks to buy Oxford complex for A$225M

Anton Capital is believed to be on track to become the new owner of a property complex in Brisbane, Australia, The Australian reported.

The property that could trade for about A$225 million is one of the properties being sold by Oxford Properties Group Inc. It is part of the more than A$1.5 billion portfolio that the Canadian investor acquired after its A$3.4 billion takeover of Investa Office Fund in December 2018.

The complex at 239 George St. and 15 Adelaide St. has a lettable area of approximately 24,234 square meters. It features retail spaces on its ground floor and 30 levels of office space, according to the publication.

Oxford Properties, Cushman & Wakefield and CBRE Group Inc., as well as the potential buyer, declined to comment regarding the May 23 report.