Pacific Beach

1647 Grand Avenue

Purchase Price: $3,150,000


MUTIFAMILY PROPERTY FOR SALE Pacific Beach 18 Unit Apartment Property Purchase Price: $3,150,000 Price Per Unit: $173,056 Price per Bldg SF: $315 Pro Forma Cap Rate: 4.4% Pro Forma GRM: 12.8 • Building Size: 9,901 SF • Amenities Include: Enclosed Courtyard, Luxurious Gated Pool, On-site Laundry, Parking, Mature Irrigated Lanscaping • Approx. 1 mile from Beach, 1/2 mile from Mission Bay • Major Throroughfare to I-5 and Ingraham Street For Information contact our exclusive listing agent: For Information contact our exclusive listing agent: Michael Glickstein, CCIM Lic # 01761228 | cell 619 379 3337

Michael Glickstein

(619) 497-2255

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