From The Real Deal:
A 33-story office tower in San Francisco’s Financial District with a renewed lease by Wells Fargo bank is for sale at an undisclosed price.
Columbia Property Trust and Allianz Real Estate of America, both based in New York, have been quietly shopping the building at 333 Market Street, the San Francisco Business Times reported, citing unidentified sources.
Columbia paid $395 million for the 622,000-square-foot office building in 2012, and now owns a 55 percent stake, the company said in a presentation to investors last year. It declined to confirm or deny a potential sale.
Also, the building owners haven’t disclosed an asking price.
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