“We feel fortunate to own this asset and transact off market again, leveraging our long-standing record as a highly reliable buyer that closes on time and without incident,” said Steve Hagenbuckle, Founder and Managing Partner of TerraCap.
TerraCap Management has sold Keller Center, a 159,840-square-foot office building north of Orlando, Fla., for $27.9 million. The buyer was Susquehanna Holdings, according to GrowthSpotter. The new owner financed the acquisition with a $21.7 million loan with a fixed interest rate and a 30-year amortization period. A CBRE team represented the seller and secured financing for the buyer.
After the $28.1 million sale of a Tampa office property, an affiliate of TerraCap Management has acquired Resource Square I and III, a Class A office portfolio in Orlando, Fla., for $39.2 million. HFF represented the seller, an affiliate of Banyan Street Capital and funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management, in the transaction. The property was sold free and clear of financing.
CBRE announced today the sale of 215 Celebration Place, a suburban office building in the South Orlando submarket of Celebration, Florida—a $2.5 billion, “live, work, and play” community that is home to some of the strongest demographics in Central Florida. The property consists of 125,959 rentable square feet. CBRE’s Ron Rogg, Chip Wooten and Jay Dixon represented the seller, TerraCap Management, a Florida based private equity real estate fund manager.
Acting in an advisory role, Lincoln assisted TerraCap Management LLC (TerraCap) in identifying and evaluating the asset for purchase. TerraCap is a Florida-based private equity firm having over $800 million in assets under management throughout the southeast. In Atlanta, TerraCap owns a portfolio of 2.3 million square feet of income-producing properties purchased since 2016.
TerraCap Management, LLC (“TerraCap”), a commercial real estate investment management company based in Florida, has sold Capital Commerce Center, a 260,900-square-foot office property in Tallahassee, Florida. The buyer, CoreCivic, is a publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) based in Nashville, Tennessee.