Property Sales Drive 19-Percent Rise in Alexandria’s Q4 Revenues | GenomeWeb

Alexandria Real Estate Equities executives told analysts on a Feb. 12 conference call that the firm had sold four life science properties totaling 211,715 rentable square feet, as well as an 86,962-square-foot San Diego building, for a combined $63.5 million in the fourth quarter of 2007.
That activity was in addition to an office/industrial building of 49,874 rentable square feet in the East Bay section of the San Francisco Bay Area that it sold for about $10.6 million during the fourth quarter.

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