Kelly Loeffler’s tenure with Atlanta Dream over; franchise sold to real estate investor

ATLANTA — Kelly Loeffler’s ownership tenure — tumultuous in the past year — of the Dream is over. The sale of the team was completed with the announcement that the WNBA franchise has been sold to majority owner Larry Gottesdiener, chairman of the national real estate firm Northland, on Friday. He is joined in a three-member investor group with former Dream player Renee Montgomery and Northland President and Chief Operating Officer Suzanne Abair. The owners and the league declined to disclose the ownership percentages. The sale of the WNBA franchise was described as “imminent” to The Atlanta Jo…

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