Sumitomo Corp. Acquires SPS Office Tower in Minneapolis for $144M


SPS Tower in Minneapolis was 84 percent occupied at the time of sale.

MINNEAPOLIS — Sumitomo Corp. of Americas, a New York City-based subsidiary of Japanese general trading firm Sumitomo Corp., has acquired SPS Tower, a 31-story office building located in Minneapolis’ central business district.

The seller was not disclosed, but The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that the sales price was $144 million.

The building, which totals 655,070 square feet of rentable office space, was 84 percent occupied at the time of sale. SPS Commerce, a provider of cloud-based supply chain management software, and Accenture LLP, a global management and consulting firm, serve as the anchor tenants.

Amenities at SPS Tower include a fitness center and conference facilities, as well as banking, dry cleaning and concierge services. The property is connected to three adjacent buildings via a pedestrian skyway and sits atop a 630-space underground parking garage.

“This is our first real estate investment in Minneapolis,” says Yurika Sugimoto, real estate manager at Sumitomo Corp. of Americas. “We believe the expertise we’ve cultivated throughout our several years within the U.S. real estate market will allow us to bring insights and improvements related to building management and tenant relationships.”

Taylor Williams

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