Cassidy Turley, a leading commercial real estate services provider in the U.S., announced today that Cohen Asset Management purchased a three-property, high-tech industrial portfolio in Phoenix for $29 million from Alliance Commercial Partners (ACP). Will Strong, Mike Haenel and Andy Markham, SIOR of Cassidy Turley procured the investment sale transaction, bringing the buyer, Cohen, and the seller, ACP together.
The portfolio includes three 100% NNN leased state-of-the-art, single tenant high-tech industrial assets totaling ±174,644 square feet and 12.31 acres. The buildings are located at 3601 and 3701 E. University Dr. in Phoenix and 405 W. Geneva Dr. in Tempe, AZ. Microsemi occupies the 73,729-square-foot building at 3601 E. University, and FlipChip International occupies the adjacent 52,027-square-foot building at 3701 E. University. The 48,908-square-foot Tempe property is occupied by MedPlast. The institutionally maintained and managed three property portfolio of buildings was built between 1996 and 1998.
“All three properties are highly functional, leased long term to quality tenants and are strategically located,” Mr. Strong said. “The high-tech nature of the properties offers exceptional features that include heavy power, abundant parking and the ability for tenants to grow within them. In addition, these assets have a Class A image, are close to an abundance of retail amenities and benefit from an extensive labor pool.”
All three properties are located in mature, established industrial areas, with the two University buildings located in Southbank Business Park that has direct access to Sky Harbor International Airport, Interstate 10, Interstate 17 and Arizona SR-143. The Geneva property is located in the Broadway Industrial Park and has excellent access to I-10 and Arizona SR-143.