Wilberforce University is looking to sell around 10 acres of its property for $7 million. The property would include the university’s Alumni Multiplex and health center.

Realtor tells us Wilberforce U. property sale a growing trend

Wilberforce University is looking to sell about 10 acres of its campus for $7 million.

The university wants to then lease back its property and buildings to use, said William Woodson, senior vice president for finance and administration.

The real estate agent the university is working with is Transwestern’s Marc Imrem from Chicago, Illinois.

Find what Imrem told us about what Wilberforce officials are looking for in a deal to sell part of the campus: HERE

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