Diocese of North Carolina Sells Office Building for $9.1M
The Diocese of North Carolina has sold the Diocesan House office building at 200 West Morgan Street in Raleigh for $9.1 million.
The sale to Convexity Properties of Chicago was overseen by Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated.
The property was listed for sale in September 2022 after a three-year discernment process about what to do with the building following the departure of longtime tenants in 2019.
“For two years, we demonstrated we could continue to serve our churches in every way without a central office,” said the Rt. Rev. Sam Rodman, bishop of the Diocese of North Carolina, at the time of the announcement to sell the building. “And that was a gift. It allowed us to release any doubts about letting go of our current building and instead get excited about looking forward to how reducing overhead costs of our administrative home may provide more resources for ministry.”
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