Department of Revenue Building - Harrisburg PA

1854 Brookwood St Harrisburg, Pennsylvania United States 17104
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NOI Net Operating Income N/A
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Key Facts

Year Built 1949
Building Area
Occupancy 100.0 %

Property Description

Sale of a 96,581 square foot, single-story office building located in Harrisburg, PA. The building is 100% leased by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Revenue through December 2024 with one (1) five year extension option.

Investment Highlights

  • 100% leased by Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for use by the Department of Revenue through December 2024, with a 5-year extension option.
  • Commonwealth of Pennsylvania carries an investment grade credit rating of Aa3 (Moody’s).
  • Tenant has been a tenant at this essential building since 1983.
  • Tenant pays all utilities and cleaning.
  • Unencumbered offering.
Last Updated Date: 20 Jul 2020
Doug Rodio
Doug Rodio
Senior Managing Director, Capital Markets
License details
NJ-RS296680 PA-0458708

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Last Updated Date: 20 Jul 2020

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