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Cushman & Wakefield Report: San Diego Industrial Sector Continues to Shine

BentallGreenOak Snags North County Industrial Portfolio 

Cushman & Wakefield brokered the sale of a 614,020-square-foot Class A industrial portfolio consisting of seven manufacturing and distribution buildings in the northern San Diego submarkets of Carlsbad, Vista and San Marcos. BentallGreenOak acquired the portfolio for an undisclosed sum. 

A Cushman & Wakefield Capital Markets team of Jeffrey Cole, Aric Starck, Jeff Chiate, Mike Adey, Ed Hernandez and Drew Dodds represented the seller. 

“This was a rare as well as prime opportunity for an investor to acquire a core industrial portfolio in San Diego’s North County, and that is well located and supported by a robust tenancy,” said Cole. “The portfolio provides excellent diversification with 11 tenants ranging from 10,200 to 162,000 square feet.” 

He added, “According to our tracking, this critical mass of quality industrial real estate represented just the second largest portfolio offering to be made available in north San Diego over the last 10-year period.


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