Yeti’s Austin headquarters building sold to Dallas firm


Highlights

Buyer is Dallas-based Ramrock Real Estate

The two buildings have 168,923 square feet and a 2017 appraised value of $16.6 million

A Dallas company is the new owner of the two office buildings that make up Yeti’s corporate headquarters at Lantana Ridge in Southwest Austin.

HFF on Thursday announced the sale of the buildings, which it said have a total of 168,923 square feet. HFF marketed the property at 7601 Southwest Parkway on behalf of the seller, Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co., and procured the buyer, Ramrock Real Estate LLC, which also is based in Dallas.

The purchase price was not disclosed. The Travis Central Appraisal District valued the property at $16.6 million last year.

Completed in 2017, the property is fully leased to Yeti, a designer, marketer and distributor of premium products for the outdoor and recreation market. The property’s amenities include an outdoor kitchen and games area, a rooftop terrace, a fitness center with showers, an outdoor courtyard with food truck parking and jogging trails.



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