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Austin-based firm buys two office buildings off Texas 360

Austin-based Capital Commercial Investments, a real estate investment company, has bought two local office buildings.

The company bought the 146,510-square-foot former Sabre Building at 4200 Buckingham Road in CentrePort in east Fort Worth and the six-story National Health Building, a 98,928-square-foot multi-tenant office building at 1901 N. Texas 360 in Grand Prairie.

The building sales came within a couple weeks of each other. Terms of the deals were not disclosed.

The CentrePort building, built in 1983, was sold by Hometown Commercial 2007-1, deed records show.

The National Health Building, built in 1984, was sold by AIC Ventures. Tenants include the National Transportation Security Administration, National Health Corp. and FYI Television.

Creighton Stark and Ben Lurie with Colliers International North Texas represented AIC Ventures.

Capital Commercial Investments said it owns and manages 8 million square feet of office and industrial properties throughout the country.

_ Sandra Baker



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