CBRE Arranges the Sale of $13.4M Indiana Logistics Building
CBRE has arranged the sale of Building 4 within the Mount Comfort Logistics Center, a 318-acre, master-planned Class-A logistics park in Greenfield, Indiana, to a private California 1031 buyer for $13.4 million.
Kevin Foley with CBRE Investment Properties and Jared Scaringe represented the seller Ambrose Property Group, in the transaction. The buyer was represented by Gary Stache, Chris Martin and Bill Maher, also with CBRE Investment Properties. “The private buyer was in a 1031 exchange and closed this transaction in 31 days,” said CBRE’s Foley.
The Mount Comfort Logistics Center’s Building 4 is a 120,336-square-foot build-to-suit warehouse for U.S. AutoForce, a wholesale automotive tires, parts, and lubricants distributor. Situated on 18.9 acres, the warehouse was delivered in 2021, and Mount Comfort Logistics Center offers access to Interstate 70, providing connectivity to Interstate 465 Beltway and major interstates throughout Indianapolis.
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