OVERLAND PARK, KS-Two months after arranging a loan for the property, Rubicon Investments has put the 660,000-sf Overland Park Trade Center office building up for sale. The company has hired Sonnenblick Goldman, the company it hired to gain $65 million in loan proceeds, to market the fully-occupied building. Rubicon says it hopes to get $70 million for the property.

Dave Karson, a director with Sonnenblick, tells GlobeSt.com that the Atlanta-based Rubicon wants to get out of the Midwest. “It’s the only property they own that’s not on the East Coast,” he says. The company has owned the building for a year, he says.

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