SCOTTSDALE, AZ-WDP Properties beats out 16 other investors to nab a vacant 136,556-square-foot office building.
By Jennifer Duell Popovec|December 06, 2010 at 12:11 PM
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SCOTTSDALE, AZ-WDP Properties beat out 16 other investors to nab a vacant 136,556-square-foot office building that formerly housed First National Bank of Arizona’s corporate headquarters. The Phoenix-based investor paid $10 million for the class A property, which has been vacant since the FDIC closed the bank in July 2008.
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