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August 10, 2004 | From Dow Jones/Associated Press
U.S. Restaurant Properties Inc. will merge with restaurant real estate investment trust CNL Restaurant Properties Inc. and 18 CNL Income Funds in a deal valued at $1.3 billion in cash and stock. The merged company will offer real estate services and financing to restaurant chains. It will have $2.5 billion in assets, own 1,900 properties and have financial interests in about 3,000 properties in 49 states.
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August 10, 2004 | From Dow Jones/Associated Press
U.S. Restaurant Properties Inc. will merge with restaurant real estate investment trust CNL Restaurant Properties Inc. and 18 CNL Income Funds in a deal valued at $1.3 billion in cash and stock. The merged company will offer real estate services and financing to restaurant chains. It will have $2.5 billion in assets, own 1,900 properties and have financial interests in about 3,000 properties in 49 states.
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March 13, 1999 | Bloomberg News
CNL Group Inc. said it reached an agreement to merge 18 partnerships it manages and other assets into a real estate investment trust with $1.5 billion in assets, forming the largest owner and financier of restaurant properties in the U.S. The combined company would own or have investments in more than 1,400 fast-food restaurant properties operated as Boston Market, Pizza Hut and Jack in the Box, among others, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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March 13, 1999 | Bloomberg News
CNL Group Inc. said it reached an agreement to merge 18 partnerships it manages and other assets into a real estate investment trust with $1.5 billion in assets, forming the largest owner and financier of restaurant properties in the U.S. The combined company would own or have investments in more than 1,400 fast-food restaurant properties operated as Boston Market, Pizza Hut and Jack in the Box, among others, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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