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SAN FRANCISCO-The Armory has been sold to Dallas-based Eikon Investments LLC and will be converted into a telecommunications center. Eikon, which does not have experience in building such facilities, purchased the building at 1800 Mission St. last February and will assign its purchase contract to FowlerFlanagan Technologies Partners LLC, a one-year-old division of FowlerFlanagan Properties.

Larkspur-based FowlerFlanagan has 2.6 million-sf of telecommunications facilities in 12 cities, but this is the first time the company has come to the Bay Area. Will Fleming, vice president of leasing and acquisitions for FowlerFlanagan Technologies Partners, says the Armory’s proximity to Pacific Bell’s central office and the Armory’s infrastructure makes it an excellent telecommunications center.

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