New York-based Lexington Realty Trust plans to work with joint-venture partners to become "a more active acquirer of properties" through the end of the year, CEO and President T. Wilson Eglin said. For example, Inland American Real Estate Trust will pump $100 million into Concord Debt Holdings, a JV of Lexington and Boston-based Winthrop Realty Trust. Concord will use the funds to pursue new investments, while Lexington can reduce its capital investment to $100 million over time as the portfolio's loans mature, Eglin said.

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