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SR Realty Makes Second KC Buy in Six Months

Minneapolis-based SR Realty Trust has acquired a 100% leased multi-tenant distribution warehouse property at 14100 Botts Rd. in the southern Kansas City suburb of Grandview, MO. Deal terms weren’t disclosed.

The 500,000-square-foot building is home to Corbion, Church & Dwight and Winco. The facility was built on a 39-acre site in 1997, and features 35-foot clear height, 60 dock doors and two drive-ins.

As part of the transaction, SR Realty Trust facilitated 1031 exchanges for seven investors.

Evan Richardson, the firm’s VP—capital markets, said, “As SR Realty Trust looks to further diversify into selected markets in the Upper Midwest, we are pleased to have closed on the REIT’s second acquisition in Kansas City in the past six months.”

The company acquired Executive Park, a 173,000-square-foot, multi-tenant in Kansas City, MO’s Northland/Executive industrial submarket, last fall. It paid $11.25 million for the property.

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