Tanenbaum Equity Partners Buys Portfolio of Government-Leased Office Properties for $106.5M
OKLAHOMA CITY — Tanenbaum Equity Partners (TEP), a subsidiary of Oklahoma City-based Gardner Tanenbaum, has purchased a portfolio of 42 federally leased properties in 11 states for $106.5 million. Most of the buildings, which collectively total 573,000 square feet, were constructed as build-to-suits for government agencies such as the Social Security Administration, the Department of Homeland Security and the Veterans Administration. A Dallas-based team of Sunny Sajnani, Todd McNeill and Brandon Wilhite of Marcus & Millichap Capital Corp. arranged acquisition financing through Arkansas-based Centennial Bank on behalf of TEP. A Colliers International team led by Geoff Ficke represented TEP in the sale. The seller was CoreCivic, according to the Nashville Business Journal.