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TA Realty sold the three buildings it owned at Woodland Business Park in north Charlotte… more Dozens of office and industrial properties were sold in a portfolio sale that closed last week — as part of that, nearly 1 million square feet of industrial real estate in Charlotte traded hands. TA Realty out of Boston recently sold a 45-property portfolio to Brookfield Property Partners (NYSE:BPY) in a transaction worth $854.5 million, according to the real estate investment management service provider. In Charlotte, nine properties across seven transactions totaling $61.3 million were sold to Brookfield Property Partners, the real estate investment arm of Brookfield Asset Management. TA Realty sold the three buildings it owned at Woodland Business Park in north Charlotte… more TA sold its properties under the name The Realty Associates Fund IX. A commingled fund with nearly $1.5 billion in equity capital, Fund IX received commitments from a diverse group of institutional investors, according to TA. The portfolio encompassed 8.6 million square feet in 12 states. “With this sale, we have successfully monetized a significant number of assets in Fund IX, including all of the remaining industrial assets,” said Tom Landry , managing partner at TA Realty, in a statement. “We believe the outcome of this transaction represents an attractive risk-adjusted return on invested capital, and we look forward to distributing the proceeds to our investors." In Charlotte, the industrial properties sold to Brookfield were: 10350 Nations Ford Road, a 119,956-square-foot building that sold for $17 million 3804, 3401 and 3601 Woodpark Blvd., three buildings in Woodland Business Park measuring 48,000, 54,029 and 65,850 square feet, respectively, that sold for $10.5 million 2301 Nevada Blvd., a 157,500-square-foot building that sold for $9.8 million 11515 Nations Ford Road, a 259,200-square-foot building that sold for $8.3 million 10810 Reames Road, a 105,600-square-foot building that sold for $7.1 million 3829 Barringer Drive, a 71,060-square-foot building that sold for $5.2 million 1301 Carrier Drive, a 43,857-square-foot building that sold for $3.4 million TA acquired the nine Charlotte properties in 2012 for $32.4 million .
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