It could take some weeks to determine the fate of California’s plan to sell 11 state-owned buildings to private investors in a sale-and-leaseback scheme.

In October the state announced an agreement to sell the 11 buildings to a consortium of investors led by privately owned real estate firm Hines and private-equity firm Antarctica Capital Real Estate for $2.33 billion.

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