A warehouse in Miramar sold for $14 million to a company with ties to the U.S. government, Broward County records show.
The 80,260-square-foot building at 2650 Southwest 145th Avenue was purchased by an affiliate of Easterly Government Properties, a real estate investment trust that leases office buildings to the U.S. government.
San Diego-based Western Devcon built the warehouse in 2008. The developer sold the six-acre property to EGP for $13.92 million, according to Broward County property records.
The company also built the U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement building in Miramar in 2010, which it was sold in June 2014 for $13 million.