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Catalonia Said to Seek $190 Million of Sale of Buildings

The regional government of Catalonia is seeking 150 million euros ($190 million) for three prime buildings it plans to sell as Spain’s most indebted region tries to cut its debt, said two people with knowledge of the matter.

One of the buildings, on Barcelona’s prestigious Paseo de Gracia, has 11,700 square meters (125,900 square feet) of space and is home to the Barcelona stock exchange, according to the people, who asked not to be identified because the information hasn’t been made public. A second property on Paseo de Gracia has 10,000 square meters, and a third, 11,500-square-meter building, in the Calle Sepulveda, will also be put on the market in the planned sale-leaseback deals, the people said.