New owner for 2 office buildings near Zilker Park


Austin-based Endeavor Real Estate Group has sold an office complex near Zilker Park.

Rollingwood Center I and II, a pair of office buildings at 2500 Bee Cave Road with 214,300 combined square feet of space, have been acquired by Lionstone Investments, a real estate-focused investment firm.

HFF represented Endeavor in the transaction. The purchase price was not disclosed.

The Travis Central Appraisal District valued the two buildings at $73.8 million last year.

Lincoln Financial Group provided financing for the sale via a 15-year loan.

The buildings, completed in 2015, are fully leased. Tenants include EZ Corp, Kinnser Software, Marsh & McLennan Agency, Heritage Title Co., Independence Title and Barnes Lipscomb Stewart & Ott.



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