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California tech exec buys two Las Vegas apartment complexes for $90 million

December 5, 2012

A company linked to a Silicon Valley software firm has pushed into the Las Vegas real estate market, spending more than $90 million on two recent deals. WTI Inc. acquired 163 units last month at the Esplanade residential complex off South Durango Drive near the 215 Beltway. It also snapped up the 840-unit Renaissance Villas apartment complex on West Tropicana Avenue near South Decatur Boulevard in late October.

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