By Caleb Harshberger – Staff Writer, Triangle Business Journal
Jul 2, 2021, 3:15pm EDT
A massive commercial complex in Raleigh that’s home to the North Carolina Education Lottery has changed hands with a sale price that’s up more than 50 percent from the last time the property was sold.
On Thursday, Charlotte investor Beacon Partners paid $41.7 million for a 521,000-square-foot office and industrial complex at 2728 Capital Blvd. The property is situated on around 32 acres by the I-440 interchange with Capital Boulevard.
The seller, Raleigh-based SharpVue Capital, paid $27.5 million for the property in 2018.
“We bought it off-market at an attractive price, we added value through leasing and by entering the site into the N.C. Brownfields program, and we sold into a supportive market in which there is high demand for infill industrial, especially in a booming metro like Raleigh,” said Lee Roberts, SharpVue Capital Managing partner.
Tenants at the property include the North Carolina Education Lottery as well as Reico Kitchen and Bath, Ihrie Plumbing Supply and Inventory Management Inc.
The Lottery takes up all the office space with the others splitting the flex space portion of the property.
JLL’s Patrick Nally and William Sandridge handled the listing.
The sale joins a number of recent deals for commercial property in the Triangle.
On Wednesday, New York City-based DRA Advisors paid $10.5 million for a large industrial building in Durham. The seller, Rialto Capital, bought the property in 2018 for $5.56 million.
Earlier this month, Boston-based firm BEL Durham Limited Partnership paid $50.5 million for a 236,000-square-foot industrial facility used by FedEx Ground (NYSE: FDX) at 4357 S. Alston Ave. on the western edge of RTP.