Vestis Group Completes Sale Of Playton Plaza In Midtown Phoenix

On June 17, 2016 by Vestis Group

Vestis Group Completes Sale Of Playton Plaza In Midtown Phoenix

By Sarah Stecko | Commercial Executive Magazine

Playton Plaza | Midtown Phoenix

Vestis Group, a multifamily brokerage and investment firm, is pleased to announce the sale of Playton Plaza, a 20,648 square feet, one and two-story, mid-century modern office building complex located in midtown Phoenix. The commercial office asset commanded a sale price of $790,000 or $38 per square foot.

The Phoenix based Vestis Group multifamily brokerage team of Natan Jacobs, Les Litwin and Chad Barber negotiated the transaction on behalf of the buyer, MODE Apartments of Phoenix, and the seller, Bakerson Real Estate Capital Management, a private investment firm from Phoenix, Arizona.

“We are excited to start working on this adaptive reuse project,” says Les Litwin, Principal at Vestis Group, “Playton Plaza will be transformed from a vacant office complex into twenty-three apartment homes with modern residential amenities. We intend to keep the spirit of the original midcentury modern architecture as we revitalize and improve this asset.”

Playton Plaza is located in Midtown Phoenix, just minutes from the “Golden Corner” of 24th Street & Camelback, Camelback Corridor, Downtown Phoenix, Sky Harbor International Airport and numerous Valley hotspots, including: Postino WineCafe, Oregano’s, St. Francis, Windsor, Little Cleo’s at The Yard, Culinary Dropout at The Yard, Taco Guild and Starbucks at Old School 07. The property is located in Midtown Phoenix 1.3 miles south of Camelback Road along 16th Street allowing easy access to Biltmore Fashion Park, the Camelback Corridor, the valley freeway system and numerous employers. Playton Plaza is located approximately one half mile from the State Route 51 (Piestewa Freeway) which connects to Interstate 10 (Maricopa Freeway), Loop 202 (Red Mountain Freeway), providing easy access to Downtown Phoenix, Sky Harbor International Airport, Tempe, Scottsdale, the southeast and southwest Valleys. Built in 1963 and 1973, Playton Plaza has flat roofs and block construction, one and two-story buildings.  - more at cem-az.com

 

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