Newport Beach, CA-based BKM Capital Partners purchased a seven-building, 122,253-square-foot industrial park in Sacramento, CA from a private investor. Expo Centre at Point West sold for $10.13 million, or approximately $83 per square foot.
The Class B flex buildings were developed in 1974 at 1767-1791 Tribute Rd., which is less than seven miles from Sacramento McClellan Airport. Expo Centre at Point West is leased to major tenants including Rainsoft, Aptive Environmental and Primerica.
BKM Capital Partners is a fund manager that specializes in the acquisition and improvement of value-add light industrial properties. The firm has facilitated more than 150 million square feet of real estate transactions and invested more than $1.2 billion into 70 properties since its launch in 2013, its website states.
“This acquisition represents our entry into the Sacramento market, and is located in an infill location in an extremely dynamic industrial submarket. The East Sacramento market currently has an industrial occupancy of approximately 96 percent. This is demonstrative of the significant demand throughout the region,” said Brian Mailliet, CEO and co-founder of BKM Capital Partners, in the firm’s release.
The company plans to implement a series of capital improvements to reposition the industrial park by updating the properties with new paint, landscaping and signage, among other improvements, according to Brett Turner, director of acquisitions at BKM Capital Partners.
Sperry Commercial continues to handle leasing at the 81 percent leased property.
Palmer Capital represented the seller, which purchased the industrial park in March 2004, according to CoStar’s data.
For additional information on this transaction, please refer to CoStar COMPS #4202909.