SAN FRANCISCO-Those who follow @GlobeStcom onTwitter and @GlobeStLIVEmay have seen a post teasing the announcement, but haslearned that a private foreign investor is selling33 Powell Street. The Union Square asset is“unpriced” according to Colliers International, which is marketingthe property.

While Colliers couldn't provide any further indication of whatthe asset might fetch, the firm says the boutique hotel consists of142 rooms with premium ground floor retail space that is anchoredby Sephora under a long-term NNN lease.

“33 Powell St. offers a very rareopportunity for an investor to acquire an absolute “A-plus”location in San Francisco's sought after Union Square which is aprimary recipient of over 16 million annual visitors and billionsof dollars spent in the City,” notes Erik Hanson,VP of Colliers investment services group.

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