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NYC’s Famed Chrysler Building Hits The Market 
One of the most recognizable buildings in America's largest city could soon be under new ownership. The Chrysler Building is being listed for sale by its owners, an Abu Dhabi government fund and New York developer Tishman Speyer. An asking price was not reported, but Abu Dhabi Investment Council, which paid a Tishman Speyer-led group $800M for a 90% stake in the building in 2008, could struggle to break even. 


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