Real estate fund manager, EG Funds Management (EG) has executed the sale of 92 Pitt St, Sydney with settlement occurring earlier today.
The property was acquired by EG in 2015 for $30.6 million in the midst of the billion dollar revitalisation of Martin Place. The commercial asset has a net leasing area of 4,642sqm and, at sale, boasts 94 per cent occupancy.
“The strong result from this sale provides confirmation of a robust and improving Sydney office market and further endorses the original strategy behind the inception of the fund,” says Divisional Director Daniel Farley.
The asset formed part of Core Plus No. 1, CPF1, a closed ended fund that is focused on providing superior risk adjusted returns for our investors through active management, capital works and refurbishment.
The sale of 92 Pitt St was executed by James Barber, James Girvan, Colliers and John Bowie Wilson, Jonathan Vaughan of Knight Frank to a private domestic investor.