In this February 2017 photograph, a fountain sprays water in a courtyard at Fig Garden Financial Center on Palm Avenue, between Shaw and Barstow avenues, in Fresno. Fresno mega-developers Richard Gunner and George Andros, who are in the midst of civil litigation to break up their partnership, sold the building to the Assemi family. The deal closed June 1, 2017.
In this February 2017 photograph, a fountain sprays water in a courtyard at Fig Garden Financial Center on Palm Avenue, between Shaw and Barstow avenues, in Fresno. Fresno mega-developers Richard Gunner and George Andros, who are in the midst of civil litigation to break up their partnership, sold the building to the Assemi family. The deal closed June 1, 2017. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
In this February 2017 photograph, a fountain sprays water in a courtyard at Fig Garden Financial Center on Palm Avenue, between Shaw and Barstow avenues, in Fresno. Fresno mega-developers Richard Gunner and George Andros, who are in the midst of civil litigation to break up their partnership, sold the building to the Assemi family. The deal closed June 1, 2017. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

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