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Washingtonpost.com :: Gary Winnick, founder and chairman of Global Crossing, is looking for a buyer for the opulent former headquarters of the failed telecommunications firm. Winnick bought the landmark complex through his investment firm Pacific Capital Group for $41.5 million in 1998 and then leased it […]

Washingtonpost.com :: Gary Winnick, founder and chairman of Global Crossing, is looking for a buyer for the opulent former headquarters of the failed telecommunications firm. Winnick bought the landmark complex through his investment firm Pacific Capital Group for $41.5 million in 1998 and then leased it to Global Crossing through a subsidiary, North Crescent Realty, for $400,000 a month.

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