Lehman Brothers, the former global financial service firm which went bankrupt at the height of the financial crisis in 2008, is still selling off property to regain some money for creditors.

Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. announced Monday that it has completed the sale of its interest in a 10-building, 3.0 million square-foot real estate portfolio in Rosslyn, Virginia to Goldman Sachs & Co. Monday Properties, which originally acquired the property with Lehman, remains partial owner and operator of the portfolio.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

“Early on in the bankruptcy process, we had determined that the portfolio’s unique blend of well-leased operating assets with as-of-right redevelopment potential and a fully-entitled development site would be poised to attract significant interest from core capital providers when the real estate and capital markets improved,” Jeff Fitts, a managing director at professional services firm Alvarez & Marsal who heads Lehman’s real estate group, said in a released statement.

“We spent the next three years with our joint venture partner and operator, Monday Properties, aggressively managing occupancy, starting the construction of 1812 N. Moore and preserving flexibility in our capital structure. This transaction is another example of our executing the sale strategy we laid out at the beginning of the year and has enabled us to achieve a strong result for our creditors.”

Lehman Brothers was the fourth largest investment bank in the U.S. behind Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and Merrill Lynch before declaring bankruptcy in 2008.

In September of 2008, following the immense exodus of most of their clients, drastic stock losses, and their devalued assets by credit rating agencies, Lehman Brothers were forced to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, marking the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history.

“Lehman’s strategic capital infusion in 2010 both eliminated the market’s speculation that the portfolio was distressed and prevented the partnership from encumbering the assets with expensive, structured financing available at that time,” Ashish Gupta, a senior vice president in the Lehman Brothers’ real estate group said. “We aptly shifted the focus to the strong intrinsic value of the real estate, vastly improved the liquidity of our ownership interest, and ultimately delivered a sizeable return to our creditors on account of their 2010 investment in the portfolio.”

The real estate investment firm, Monday Properties, although happy with their past business relations with Lehman Brothers, say it is pleased to now be in partnership with the leading global bank, security, and investment management firm, Goldman Sachs.

“Lehman Brothers has been a valued partner of Monday Properties, and we are pleased now to have Goldman Sachs as our new partner in this exceptional property portfolio,” Anthony Westreich, Chief Executive Officer of Monday Properties said.

“This portfolio is unique in having core, value add, redevelopment and new development assets. It represents 30 percent of all commercial real estate in Rosslyn, including the trophy properties 1000 and 1100 Wilson Boulevard, and is currently 92 percent leased.”