An investor buys a property for $1 million with 40% of the purchase price attributable to the land and the balance to a single structure. The purchaser incurs transaction costs equals to 5 percent of the purchase price (these must be capitalized). The investor then spends $400,000 to the rehabiliate the structure (she is entitled to no tax credits). Subsequently she claims $110,000 of the cost recovery allowances. She then sells the land but retains tittle to the building and a long-term leasehold interest in the land. The sale price is $600,000, including transaction costs, which equaled 10 percent of the selling price. What is the investor's adjusted tax basis in the remaining asset after accounting for all these transactions?