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Savlan Capital Buys Flex Property in Jacksonville for $18.3M

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Omnicare, Univar, ALS Group, Orion Energy Systems, Schindler Elevators, Konica Minolta, Lab Corp and Lending Tree are tenants at Exchange South, a 194,400-square-foot flex building in Jacksonville, Fla.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. — Savlan Capital has purchased Exchange South, a multi-tenant flex business property on Philips Highway in Jacksonville’s Southside. An undisclosed seller sold the property for $18.3 million, or $94 per square foot. Built from 1990 through 1996, the 194,400-square-foot building features 16 dock-high doors and 35 drive-in doors.

At the time of acquisition, the property was 75 percent leased to 25 tenants, including Omnicare, Univar, ALS Group, Orion Energy Systems, Schindler Elevators, Konica Minolta, Lab Corp. and LendingTree. Savlan Capital plans to invest $2 million in upgrades to the property to improve the interiors of vacant units, exterior repainting and upgraded landscaping and curb appeal.

Keith Goldfaden and Christian Harden of NAI Hallmark were retained to lead the leasing initiative for the property.

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