WAYNE, PA—A fund managed by EquusCapital Partners has acquired Bay Colony ExecutivePark, a 247,294 square-foot four-building office park inWayne, PA, from Brandywine Realty Trust. Termswere not disclosed.

“With the acquisition of Bay Colony, we willbenefit from the transformation that is happening in the immediatearea. This quadrant of King of Prussia/Wayne will soon be regardedas one of the true live/work/play environments in the GreaterPhiladelphia area,” says George Haines, vicepresident of Equus, who along with JoeFelici, directed the acquisition. “We recognize the realdemand for modernized office space in amenity-rich locations. Aftera significant capital investment in building and campus upgrades,we believe that Bay Colony will be highly covetedby tenants in our marketplace.”

The property is at the intersection of I-76, US Route 202, thePennsylvania Turnpike, and US Route 422, approximately 20 milesnorthwest of center city Philadelphia. The property was 88 percentleased at the time of closing.

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