GE Real Estate has sold Landmark Place in Slough for £34m.
A client of Goodman has bought the 75,000 sq ft building at a yield of 5.6%.
GE Real Estate, with its partner Appley Properties, has owned Landmark Place for two years.
18,000 sq ft is let to Slough Borough Council, but the remaining 57,000 sq ft of office space is vacant – and the deal includes rent guarantees on the vacant accommodation.
The building also includes a leisure club, operated by LA Fitness, and a long leasehold interest in a Travelodge hotel.
Mike Rowan, managing director of GE Real Estate UK said: ‘This sale demonstrates that good quality stock continues to sell even in the current climate of uncertainty.’
CBRE represented GE Real Estate/Appley and Lambert Smith Hampton acted for the purchaser.