Tempe Industrial Building Sells For $2.1 Million
31 Aug, 2007, Tempe, AZ
A 32-year-old Tempe industrial building at 745 W. Fairmont Ave. has been sold for $2,100,000.
Mary Ellen and Lorenzo Valuenzuela of Phoenix purchased the property from 745 West Fairmont, LLC , a partnership led by Bob Riley of Redondo Beach, CA.
The building contains 28,276 square feet of industrial space and was constructed in 1975. It is fully occupied by Western Trophy Co. and Perfetti Foods.
Rob Stephens, Jeff Stapley and John Grady of Cushman & Wakefield of Arizona, Inc. negotiated the transaction.
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