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SJP Joint Venture Finalizes Buy of 470 Park South

A joint venture of SJP Properties and PGIM Real Estate has closed on its acquisition of 470 Park Avenue So. for $245 million from Norges Bank Real Estate Management and TH Real Estate. SJP will serve as operating partner, responsible for managing and leasing the 301,178-square-foot, Class A office and retail building.

“The location of 470 PAS has become one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Manhattan for a diverse cross section of companies,” said SJP CEO Steven J. Pozycki. “We look forward to maximizing the value of the property and creating an optimal work environment for existing and future tenants.”

The transaction was led by PGIM Real Estate’s Todd Goldberg and Ian Christ, and SJP’s Enrique Alonso and Zachary Freeman. 470 PAS is currently 87% leased to tenants including and Dstillery Inc. The new owners plan a repositioning and leasing campaign, including a full floor of pre-built space.

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