New York City-based Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, formerly known as RREEF Real Estate, expects to achieve an initial yield of 6 percent on the 431,490 square-foot Oakmead West buildings in Sunnyvale that it has acquired from Equity Office.
Asset paid $275.7 a square foot in an all-cash transaction, according to industry sources with first-person knowledge of the exchange.
The acquisition is one of three that the real estate manager has made on behalf of three institutional investors for $266 million total. The other two properties are an 89,074-square-foot Calabasas, Calif., neighborhood shopping center, The Courtyard at the Commons, and a 319,844-square-foot Seattle office property at 605-625 Union Station.
“As we continue to leverage our strong industry relationships and expertise in the local markets in which we operate, we are very pleased to add these high-quality assets to our clients’ portfolios,” he said.derson, head of real estate Americas for Deutsche Asset & Wealth, said the three properties share similar qualities, including “a dynamic location within a core market, currently with stable tenancy that should provide consistent income, and low in-place rents relative to market, which we expect to provide appreciation over time.”
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