The International Plaza, a two-building office park near Boca Raton’s southwestern border, was just sold for $20.75 million to an affiliate of a New York real estate company.
The buildings are located at 7280 Palmetto Park Road on a 7.4-acre property. The site is mostly composed of surface parking and a raised pedestrian promenade with palm tree planters and sitting areas.
Until Tuesday, the property was owned by an affiliate of Clarion Partners, a New York investment company with $36.8 billion in assets under its management. The company originally paid $29.9 million — or about $299 per square foot — for the buildings in 2007.
Now, the offices have sold for roughly $207 per square foot to So-Flo Venture LLC. Corporate records show the company is tied to George Brock of Liberty Equities (U.S.A.), a real estate company based in New York. The company financed its deal with a $13.455 million loan from TD Bank, according to records.
Both structures are three-story office buildings with 100,064 square feet of leasable space, according to Palm Beach County property records. The first building was finished in 1989, with the second opening in 1998.
A fund managed by Clarion Partners was part of the group that paid $278 million for the Palm Beach Outlets shopping mall in June.