3590 5th Avenue | San Diego, CA

Purchase Price: $1,250,000


Hillcrest Single Story Freestanding Building Purchase Price: $1,250,000 Lease Rate: $2.25/sf NNN (estimated NNN’s $0.55/sf) • Building Size: 3,449 SF • Land Area: 6,072 SF • Motivated Seller, Excellent Owner-User Opportunity • Tremendous Glass Line Fronting 5th Ave Providing Natural Light • Excellent Signage & Visibility For Information contact our exclusive listing agents: Rob Kerr, CCIM, AACI Lic # 01402162 rkerr@naisandiego.com Mike Buhai Lic # 01477385 mbuhai@naisandiego.com
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