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UPG Arranges Restaurant Leases in Ocean Beach, Mission Beach

Urban Property Group (UPG), a real estate services firm specializing in urban and coastal commercial properties, has secured a lease for City Tacos in Ocean Beach at 4896 Voltaire St. Similarly, UPG recently leased space to Fish & Things in Mission Beach, located at 4462 Mission Blvd.  

With nearly 10,000 square feet on the corner of Voltaire and Cable streets, the City Tacos locale will feature an open-air “taco garden” with its own parking lot. It will be the restaurant’s eighth location overall. 

For Fish & Things, a poke bar originally established in Northern California, the Mission Beach space will be its first Southern California outpost. It will include just over 1,400 square feet of space and specialize in poke and locally caught fish selections.    

Serena Patterson and Dave Maxwell of UPG represented both landlords for City Tacos and Fish & Things. 

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