San Diego, CA

1620 Fifth Avenue

Lease Rate: $1.55 - $1.70 FSG

OFFICE FOR LEASE

Downtown San Diego Lease Rate: $1.55 - $1.70 FSG Suites from 3,155 to 28,390 RSF Parking Ratio: 2.5/1,000 USF • Best Available Building Top Signage in Downtown • Newly Remodeled Lobby, Common Areas & Exterior Hardscape • Move-in Ready Spec Suites Available Soon • Amazing 360 Degree Views of Downtown, Harbor & Balboa Park • Excellent Freeway Access to I-15 & Highway 163 Josh Buccholz Lic # 01761228 jbuccholz@naisandiego.com Doug Ceresia, CCIM, SIOR Lic # 01761228 dceresia@naisandiego.com Matt Midura Lic # 01826378 mmidura@naisandiego.com

Josh Buccholz

(619) 497-2255

www.naisandiego.com

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