Thursday, December 2, 2021
Commercial Real Estate Transactions

CBRE Announces Sale of Office Building in California’s Inland Empire to Chicago-Based Institutional Buyer for $16 Million


The property is 100 percent leased to the GSA, Fidelity and the County of Riverside 

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CBRE announced the sale of an office building in Riverside, Calif. to an unidentified Chicago-based institutional buyer for $16 million, or $361 per square foot. 

CBRE’s Anthony DeLorenzo, Sammy Cemo, Gary Stache, Doug Mack and Bryan Johnson represented the seller, Dornin Investment Group, an Orange County-based investment firm, in the transaction. 

Located at 3480 Vine Street, the 44,354 square-foot, Class A office building was originally built in 2004 and features prominent freeway identification. The three-story property is 100 percent leased to three tenants, including the General Services Administration (GSA), Fidelity National Title and the County of Riverside. The federal government recently spent a significant sum on tenant improvements. 

The property is located within the revitalized Downtown Riverside submarket, which has seen a recent surge in new mixed-use and multifamily developments and a multitude of amenities. The property’s proximity to I-215, SR 91 and SR 60 allows for easy access to both Orange and Los Angeles Counties. 

“This is a high-quality and stable asset in one of Southern California’s fastest-growing markets,” said DeLorenzo. “The federal government’s recent investment in tenant improvements demonstrates its long-term commitment to the property, which helps guarantee a stable income.”

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