"The first offer stuck," David Tuttle of Marcus & Millichapin Dallas tells GlobeSt.com of the pass, with an 11.5% cap rate,from Dr. Neil Sternberg to Tribros Properties Ltd. of Boston. The10,700-sf building at 2100 Virginia St. is one of three in the1970s-era complex. The other two sold a few years ago, Tuttlesays.

The asset, positioned on about an acre, has a roster with "astable roll" of mostly medical tenants, many in place for 10 to 20years, according to Tuttle. Sternberg's former office is the onlyvacancy in the building.

Tuttle says the listing could have easily secured "seven oreight" offers, given the positioning near Carrier Parkway, priceand steady income stream. The first offer of all cash brought thehunt to a halt, with the deed going to an owner who owns more inDallas-Fort Worth, but none in the immediate area.

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