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Sovereign Partners has sold 300 Kimball, a Parsippany, NJ office property, to Signature Acquisitions for $88 million

Parsippany Offices Once Owned by State Farm Snare $88M

JLL Capital Markets has completed the $88-million sale of 300 Kimball, an approximately 430,000-square-foot, trophy office property in Parsippany, NJ. JLL represented the owner, Sovereign Partners, LLC, in the sale of the property to Signature Acquisitions. JLL also handled the prior sale from State Farm to Sovereign Partners in 2019, and sold Signature Acquisitions the adjacent 100 Kimball in 2019. 

The JLL Capital Markets team representing the seller was led by Senior Managing Directors Kevin O’Hearn, Jose Cruz and Jeremy Neuer and analyst Peter Kim.  

“We’re thrilled to have assisted two long term, highly valued clients of the firm in a single transaction, Sovereign Partners with the successful execution of their value-add business strategy for the asset, and Signature Acquisitions with the strategic purchase of their second building in the office park,” said O’Hearn. “Additionally, this transaction is reflective of the flight-to-quality trend that we’re seeing in office space.” 


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JLL's O'Hearn

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