Newmark Grubb Knight Frank today announced that Charles Adolphe, managing director and Bryan Teel, director recently completed two sale transactions in the San Diego market with a combined total consideration of $1.7 million.
In the first transaction, Adolphe and Teel represented private investor Nahum LLC in the purchase of a 13,458-square-foot industrial property located at 1641 Pacific Rim Court in Otay Mesa. Newmark Grubb Knight Frank will also handle leasing for the property, which was sold by Barragan Family Trust for $825,000.
In a separate transaction during the same week, the team represented Manalo Family Trust in the sale of 2437 Fenton St. in Chula Vista. Located in the master-planned community of Eastlake, the 7,698-square-foot office/R&D building was purchased for $869,879 and will be used for medical office space. Rudy Mendoza of SB Industrial Properties represented the buyer in this transaction.
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