El Cajon

294 Ballantyne Street

Purchase Price $3,995,000

We are pleased to present, Gold Coast Apartments, a 40 unit apartment complex located at 294 Ballantyne Street in the center of El Cajon. The complex consists of(22) 1Bed/1Bath and (18) 2Bed/1Bath. The building includes on site laundry, 56 parking spaces, and a swimming pool. The property is ideally located 1/4 mile north of the newly re-planned El Cajon city center. The area is considered a safe, easy to access residential and multi-family neighborhood. An owner would see that the property is comparable to well performing nearby apartment complexes. Purchase Price $3,995,000 Cap Rate 5.85% Property Type: MultiFamily Rentable Square Feet 27,616 Price perRSF $144.66 Number of Units 40

Brian Nelson

(619) 226-6011

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El Cajon

El Cajon

El Cajon is a vibrant community east of Misson Valley. The area sponsors the Mother Goose Parade each year and is home to the East County Performing Arts Center.

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