The 20,045-square-foot space is part of Tri-Atria Office Building, a two-story property located in Farmington Hills, Mich., and managed by Sterling Group.
The Class A property is located within the 200-acre Renaissance Park corporate campus. HFF represented both parties in the transaction.
Drew Dillon, Chad Schroedl and Scott Maesel led the negotiation efforts on behalf of the seller, Gerding Elden. John Livaditis represented the buyer, RDG Funds.
The modern, three-story asset is located in Decatur and was bought by a private California investor through a 1031 exchange.
Savills Studley negotiated the long-term lease for Flatiron to occupy 108,000 square feet at One SoHo Square in Manhattan, come spring of 2018.
The Keith Corp. sold Quintiles Building in Overland Park. The four-story property is in the city’s College Boulevard corridor.
The team of Tony Jones and Ryan Levy represented First Bank Florida in the lease negotiations with landlords TIAA-CREF and Allianz Real Estate.
Allante Properties sold Highland Place, a 54,557-square-foot property consisting of 68 units and five retail stores. Denver Regional Investment Properties LLC acquired the asset.
An institutional investor purchased One Pacific Square. NW Natural recently announced plans to relocate its headquarters from the 239,000-square-foot office tower.
The deals include two leases and one sale in Chicago’s East-West corridor, totaling more than 100,000 square feet in three different suburbs.
Although the first and last quarters of 2017 saw a decline in sales volume, the borough remains one of the priciest and most sought-after markets in the world.