A limited liability company affiliated with real estate investment firm Foxfield recently paid $5.2 million for a nearly 73,502-square-foot industrial building in Hartford.
Benerofe Hartford LLC sold the 43-year-old industrial building on 6.1 acres at 101 Locust St. to 101 Locust Fund LLC in a deal recorded Nov. 21, according to city assessing records.
The selling LLC traces to Benerofe Properties, a real estate investment and management company based in White Plains, New York. The buyer traces to Foxfield LLC, a real estate investment and development company with offices in Boston, Philadelphia and Atlanta.
Foxfield has more than 7 million square feet of real estate assets under management or development, according to its website. An attempt to reach a company representative was not immediately successful.
Benerofe Properties’ website lists the Hartford property as a distribution facility for Pitney Bowes, a company providing logistics support, financial services and shipping technology globally.