LISLE, ILL. — A venture between GFH Financial Group BSC, Lincoln Property Co. and Crestlight Capital has acquired Central Park of Lisle I and II in Lisle. The sales price was $129 million, according to Crain’s Chicago Business. The two-building office property totals 693,546 square feet. Completed in 1991, Central Park of Lisle I is a seven-story building featuring 381,634 square feet. Central Park of Lisle II, built in 2001, features eight stories of office space totaling 311,912 square feet. Combined, the properties are 86 percent leased to tenants such as Armour-Eckrich Meats LLC, CA Technologies, Millward Brown (Kantar), EMC Corp. and Kone. Amenities include an on-site athletic club, childcare, cafeteria, conference facility and executive parking. The transaction included the 7.5-acre development parcel to the east of the site fronting I-88. Bryan Rosenberg, Patrick Shields, Jaime Fink, Jeff Bramson and Mark Katz of HFF marketed the property on behalf of the undisclosed seller and procured the buyer. Eric Tupler and Trent Niederberger of HFF arranged financing for the borrower through Citigroup.