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This REIT Just Abandoned Its Strategy

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This REIT Just Abandoned Its Strategy
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Back in 2015, Seritage Growth Properties (NYSE: SRG) was formed to buy a substantial chunk of Sears Holdings' real estate, giving the struggling retail icon a $2.7 billion cash infusion. At the time of the sale, nearly all of the properties were leased back to Sears and Kmart. Seritage Growth Properties ran into numerous obstacles while trying to execute its redevelopment plan.

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