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Lincoln Property, Goldman Sachs look to sell Texas office building for $240M

Lincoln Property Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. are putting the 389,503-square-foot Chase Tower in downtown Austin, Texas, on the market soon with a potential price tag of $240 million, the Austin Business Journal reported, citing Mike McDonald of Cushman & Wakefield.

The 90%-leased, 21-story office building at 221 W. Sixth St. counts Facebook, WeWork and JPMorgan Chase & Co. among its tenants, according to the publication.