Florida space occupied by U.S. government sells

Building fetches nearly $975 PSF

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An 11,305-square-foot office in Key West, Fla., leased to the Department of Homeland Security and the United States Immigration and Custom Enforcement Facility has sold to private buyers for $10.7 million. Craig and Kurt Hoffman bought the space from KEY West GSA LLC at a price that represents $969 per square foot. Located at 2000 North Roosevelt Blvd., the two-story office building is situated on a 50,094-square-foot lot. Built in 2006, the facility was constructed to withstand a category 5 hurricane. The building also has a diesel powered backup generator and is elevated with 23 covered parking spaces and 10 surface spaces. *** What's your opinion? Leave your comments below or send a letter to the editor. ...