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P3 Sells Bloomfield Office Park in Off-Market Transaction

Cresa’s Dennis Gralla, James J. Scancarella and Jonathan Marks, have arranged the sale of Broadacres Office Park in Bloomfield, NJ, bringing the buyer, ERCT Capital Group, to owner P3 Properties, which was not marketing the property at the time.

The office park consists of four Class-A buildings at 200-, 300-, and 400 Broadacres Dr., and 1455 Broad St. Each of the four-story, 98,250-square-foot buildings includes 24,562-square-foot floorplates. 

“After a comprehensive search of several markets, I was able to pinpoint a location that met our clients’ very specific criteria,” said  Gralla. “The problem was the property wasn’t for sale. But my motto has always been, ‘if you don’t ask, you don’t get.’”

Although a purchase price wasn’t disclosed, Progress Capital’s Brad Domenico of Progress Capital arranged a $40,000,000 acquisition loan for ERCT in the off-market deal. He worked with Jared Zimmel of Natixis Real Estate Capital.

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