Pacific Real Estate Partners, which leases the project on behalfof RREEF, has been asked by the real estate investment trust tosell the site, according to reports. RREEF bought the twin brickbuildings (90,000 sf) from pension fund advisor All-America RealtyAdvisor in 1997.

Now, as a matter of shifting its portfolio allocations, thecompany is ready to sell. Broker speculation is that the projectcould bring Rreef $20 million.

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