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Alpine Income Property Trust has exited the office sector with the sale of a net leased Wells Fargo property in Hillsboro, OR

Alpine IPT Exits Office Market with Portland-Area Sale 

Alpine Income Property Trust, Inc. (PINE) closed the sale of its single tenant office property located in the Portland, OR suburb of Hillsboro, OR and net leased to Wells Fargo. With 3.7 years of remaining lease term, the property was sold for $38.8 million, generating a gain on sale of $7.0 million. The buyer wasn’t disclosed. 

The company utilized the proceeds from the sale of the property as part of like-kind reverse 1031 exchanges, acquiring a nine-asset portfolio of Walgreens and CVS properties. The sale marked PINE’s exit from the office sector. 

“The sale of our sole remaining office property leased to Wells Fargo was the final step in our initiative to position our high-quality net lease portfolio as 100% retail,” said John P. Albright, president and CEO of Winter Park, FL-based PINE. He added that the redeployment of the proceeds “establishes Walgreens as our new top tenant.” 


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