Let's see: great location, excellent tenant mix (and 98% occupancy), LEED certification...a couple of years ago a building like this might have been buried in some mega-portfolio deal and no one would have talked much about it. But as a single asset deal, I mention it because it is, in my view, a decent price for a great A-building in a market that is supposed to be in the tank. Here's the difference of this "bad" market: I'm sure the buyer didn't have to sign a contract without changes, do cursory due diligence lasting a week or two and close immediately thereafter.
In other words? Gee, back to normalcy. And good property is always good property.