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The Rasmussen-leased property on Brandon Town Center Drive in Brandon has been sold for $14 million.

Nursing Shortage, Medical Educator-Lease Drives $14M Sale of Brandon MOB

Stan Johnson Company has completed the $14-million sale of a medical office property located at 330 Brandon Town Center Drive in the Tampa submarket of Brandon, FL. The 45,000-square-foot property is currently leased to Rasmussen University, a national nursing and health sciences educator.

James Ullrich and Michael Macchia of Stan Johnson Company represented the seller, a FL-based developer. The buyer, a private investor from CA, was represented by David Tower of Coastal Commercial Real Estate.

“Tenant strength carried this transaction as the nation is suffering from a shortage of nurses, and Rasmussen endeavors to solve that problem,” said Ullrich. “Rasmussen’s extensive history portends a long future but possesses feel good ESG elements to be long-lasting.”

The education facility was built in 1994 and extensively built-out in 2021. The regionally accredited private university operates on a double net lease with 10 years remaining.

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