Shorenstein Properties Sells Santa Clara Towers Office Complex in Bay Area for $195M

by Taylor Williams

SANTA CLARA, CALIF. — Shorenstein Properties LLC, an investment firm with offices in New York and San Francisco, has sold Santa Clara Towers, a 445,000-square-foot office complex. An affiliate of Hines purchased the property for approximately $195 million, according to The Mercury News, which covers the Bay Area.

Santa Clara Towers comprises two 11-story buildings that are situated along U.S. Highway 101 in the Golden Triangle submarket of Santa Clara. The properties were built in 1986 and 1998. Shorenstein acquired the assets through a deed in lieu of a foreclosure transaction in 2010.

Following the acquisition, Shorenstein introduced a number of capital improvements, including a full lobby renovation in Tower II. Amenities at Santa Clara Towers now include a fitness center, indoor pool and onsite restaurant. The property also offers proximity to a number of hotels, universities and the San Jose International Airport. Both buildings are LEED Gold certified.

“I am confident that under new ownership, Santa Clara Towers will continue to attract a diverse mix of tenants who seek a Class A office experience in the heart of Silicon Valley,” said Jed Brush, senior vice president at Shorenstein.

Russell Ingrum, Joe Moriarty, Scott Prosser and Jack DePuy of CBRE brokered the sale on behalf of Shorenstein Properties.

Taylor Williams

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