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A marketplace in the middle

Operator seeks to sell off lease to avoid bankruptcy

Quincy Market is one of the three commercial buildings operated by General Growth Properties at Faneuil Hall Marketplace. General Growth is struggling to refinance $900 million in debt. Quincy Market is one of the three commercial buildings operated by General Growth Properties at Faneuil Hall Marketplace. General Growth is struggling to refinance $900 million in debt. (Evan Richman/Globe Staff/File 2006)
By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / December 19, 2008

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The cash-strapped operator of Faneuil Hall Marketplace has put its rights to run the popular outdoor mall up for sale as it battles to shore up its finances and avoid declaring bankruptcy. (Full article: 524 words)

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