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St. Louis Industrial Trades to Out-of-State Buyer

Stan Johnson Company (SJC) has arranged the $14-million sale of Cassens Business Center, a multi-tenant industrial property in the St. Louis suburb of Fenton, MO. The 132,279-square-foot warehouse was fully -eased at the time of sale.

The property was sold by Green Street St. Louis, which was represented by SJC’s Zach Harris and Brad Pepin. The property was purchased by RCRL LLC, an individual investor based in Teaneck, NJ.

“Strong credit anchor tenancy, coupled with the net lease expense structure, strategic industrial location, and the high quality of the extensive recent building renovations were all factors that combined to make this property an attractive investment target for the out-of-state buyer,” said Harris, a director in SJC’s Tulsa office.

“The property is located in a dense industrial submarket in Fenton, near the intersection of Interstates 44 and 270, making it an ideal location in the St. Louis market,” he added.

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