San Francisco-based real estate investment firm DivcoWest has closed on its third Manhattan property, a mixed-use office building at 325 Hudson St., for $134 million from Jamestown L.P. property records show.
The sale of the 220,000 square-foot property is one of the largest deals of the year. It’s surrounded by Google buildings on three sides and is next to Disney’s massive 1.2 million-square-foot headquarters at 137 Varick St.
The building is a “carrier hotel,” which is tech-industry lingo for a property that serves as a data center. It houses network infrastructure for various telecom and IT service providers all in one place.
The property also includes office
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