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Office Building In Greater Williamsburg Sold For $2 Million

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YORK-An office building in Greater Williamsburg near Water Country USA was recently sold.

Cushman & Wakefield/Thalhimer announced the sale of the property on November 15.

The 10,206 square foot office building sits on more than nine acres and is occupied in part by Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

Pingree 2000 Real Estate Holdings, LLC, sold the property, located at 211 and 223 Water Country Parkway, for $2,000,000 to Ryson Development, L.P.

According to a press release, Ryson Development purchased the building as an investment.

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