The Ronald Reagan Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse located in Harrisburg’s central business district sold for $10.01 million to a Delaware LLC with an office in New York City.
The 11-story, 246,000-square-foot building was first listed for sale at a starting bid of $3 million last September following the news that the U.S. General Services Administration would be moving out of the building to a new 243,000-square-foot courthouse set to be completed this summer.
The Harrisburg courthouse was built in 1966 and sits across from the city’s Strawberry Square and the Pennsylvania State Capitol Complex at 228 Walnut Street.
A deed filed in Dauphin County public records this week showed that the property sold for $10.01 million to R.R.F Building LLC.
R.R.F Building is listed as the grantee of the deed. The deed lists the company’s address as 1320 Elder Avenue, Bronx, New York.
De Bruin Law Firm, the attorney listed on the deed, was not immediately available for comment.
The deed includes the property as a redevelopment opportunity, noting its location in the city, access to 55 parking spaces and its location in a Qualified Opportunity Zone. It sits on a .695-acre parcel and could be eligible for a 10-year tax abatement on any improvements.