FORT LAUDERDALE, FL—In a deal that traded under the radar screen, the Arbour Building fetched $1.33 million. CBRE classifies the trade as an example of a changing trend in the asset category of actively trading properties.

Located at 440 East Sample Road in Pompano Beach, Marty Busekrus, a senior associate with CBRE, tells the sale is different than most of the deals he’s done in the past 24 months. Most of the sales have been either core Class A or distressed assets. The Arbour Building, a stabilized class B office building, lies between these two opposite ends of the spectrum for investment sales.

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