CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Equity Commonwealth (NYSE: EQC) announced today that its Board of Trustees declared a dividend on the company’s Series D Preferred Shares. A quarterly dividend of $0.40625 per Series D Preferred Share will be paid on November 15, 2019 to shareholders of record on October 31, 2019 for the period from August 15, 2019 through November 14, 2019.
About Equity Commonwealth
Equity Commonwealth (NYSE: EQC) is a Chicago based, internally managed and self-advised real estate investment trust (REIT) with commercial office properties in the United States. As of July 31, 2019, EQC’s portfolio comprised 7 properties and 2.5 million square feet.
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