UK's St. Modwen Properties gets $1.68 billion potential offer from Blackstone


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(Reuters) -St. Modwen Properties said on Friday private-equity firm Blackstone (NYSE:) Group had made a potential takeover offer, valuing the British property developer at around 1.21 billion pounds ($1.68 billion).

The London-listed company said the possible offer of 542 pence per share in cash was at a premium of about 21% to the stock’s last close.

St. Modwen, which has operations in England and South Wales, said its board would be willing to recommend the proposal unanimously should Blackstone make a firm offer at that price by the June 4 deadline.

Blackstone is currently performing due diligence as the possible offer is subject to certain pre-conditions, it said.

($1 = 0.7192 pounds)

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