First Allied Plaza

  • MetLife Acquires First Allied Plaza for $150M

    MetLife Inc. has recently completed the acquisition of a downtown San Diego office tower for a reported purchase fee of $156.8 million. The San Francisco office of the insurance giant is now the new owner of First Allied Plaza in San Diego, after it acquired the property from seller Lone Star Real Estate Funds, a Dallas-based company. The transaction was completed with the help of brokerage Eastdil Secured LLC, who represented the seller.

    San Diego 16 January 2015 04:10

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