CBRE Negotiates $4.2 Million Sale of an Industrial Building in Providence


Providence – CBRE/New England announced today that it has successfully negotiated the sale of 300 Niantic Avenue, a ±67,200 SF, single-story industrial building in Providence, RI. The property was sold by ECP Niantic LLC based in Southport, CT to Legacy Real Estate Ventures of Waltham, MA in a joint venture with ProPartners in Parking, a Hartford, Connecticut-based affiliate of LAZ Parking, for $4,200,000.

CBRE/NE’s Alden Anderson and Tom Barry represented the seller and procured the buyer for this transaction.

Legacy Real Estate Ventures owns a portfolio of office, medical and industrial buildings throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Pennsylvania. This is their first collaboration with ProPartners in Parking, who has led the industry in the acquisition of parking assets and other real estate properties on behalf of itself and its investment partners.

“This industrial purchase represents our continued diversification strategy of investing in alternative asset classes with strong long-term yield fundamentals,” stated Jeffrey N. Karp, Managing Principal Partner at ProPartners in Parking.

“This purchase represents a great fundamental real estate buy, with secure long-term leases in place, that will provide a strong yield at a low basis,” added Michael L. Price, Principal at Legacy Real Estate Ventures. “We look forward to our new partnership with ProPartners in Parking.”

Financing for the acquisition was provided by Ameritas, coordinated through Ed Riekstins of Northmarq. Property Management services will be provided by KBR, an affiliate of ProPartners in Parking.

300 Niantic Avenue is located within Huntington Industrial Park, Providence’s only master-planned industrial park. The building is home to tenants including Calise Bakery, J. Polep, Rhode Island PBS and S.G. Torrice Company. The property is strategically located in a convenient and central location within Rhode Island’s designated Enterprise Zone, with immediate access to Route 10 and less than two miles from Interstate 95.

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