WAKEFIELD, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/01/12 -- Franklin Street Properties Corp. ("FSP," "its," "our," "us" or "we") (NYSE MKT: FSP), an investment firm specializing in real estate, announced today its acquisition of an office property in the Westchase Submarket of Houston, Texas for a purchase price of $154,750,000. The office property is located at 10370 and 10350 Richmond Avenue, Houston, Texas and consists of two, 14-story, multi-tenant office buildings containing an aggregate of approximately 629,022 rentable square feet of space and a parking garage located on approximately 6.5 acres of land. Completed in 1983 and 2008, respectively, the buildings are approximately 95% leased.
This acquisition brings our total portfolio of directly-owned properties to 38 containing an aggregate of approximately 8,068,217 rentable square feet.
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About Franklin Street Properties Corp.
Franklin Street Properties Corp., based in Wakefield, Massachusetts, is focused on achieving current income and long-term growth through investments in commercial properties. The majority of FSP's property portfolio is suburban office buildings, with select investments in certain central business district properties. FSP is a Maryland corporation that operates in a manner intended to qualify as a real estate investment trust (REIT) for federal income tax purposes. To learn more about FSP please visit our website at www.franklinstreetproperties.com
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