The Lafayette, Calif.-based real estate investment trust says itgained $11.8 million off the 42,141-sf, two-story building withunderground parking. Bedford had owned the property since 1996.


The building is located at 100 View St. Bedford CFO Hanh Kiharadeclined to name the building's buyers. "I would rather notdisclose it because we do not have the other party's approval," shesaid.


Kihara did tell that the nine-tenant propertyincludes architecture firm Hawley, Petersen and Snyder, as well, the online arm of publishing giantKnight-Ridder.

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