CAM Core+ Fund 1 LLC Completes Sale of Philadelphia Industrial Property  
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Septmber 25, 2007)
CAM Core+ Fund 1 LLC, a private real estate  investment fund based in Los Angeles, has sold 2250 Cabot Boulevard, an industrial building located in the Bucks County submarket of Philadelphia, for  approximately $76 per square foot.  The sale closed on September 25, 2007 to a Philadelphia-based private investor. 
2250 Cabot was acquired by Cohen Asset Management, Inc. on behalf of the CAM Core+ Fund 1 LLC in May 2007 as part of a portfolio acquisition containing  14 industrial buildings and developable land located in the greater Philadelphia and Allentown, Pennsylvania markets. Upon acquisition the building was 100% occupied by Bucks County Coffee.
Included in Cohen Asset Management’s investment strategy in acquiring the portfolio was to monitor capital demand for individual buildings by users and investors and complete a sale on an opportunistic basis to maximize returns on each investment and lower the basis in the portfolio.  In agreeing to sell the asset consideration was given to the premium price offered, instability and near-term rollover of the property’s single tenant, and upcoming capital improvement dollars anticipated by the pending lease expiration.  Executing opportunistic sales of individual buildings in the portfolio at premium pricing is indicative of the value-add potential that the CAM Core+ Fund 1 LLC perceived at acquisition as the previous institutional owner was unwilling to dispose of assets on an individual basis. 
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