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Three-building complex in Little Italy sold

The three-building complex in Little Italy -- at 2228 and 2266 Kettner Blvd. and 925 W. Juniper St., San Diego 92101 -- has been sold for $3,022,650.

The buyer was Wonderhaus L.P., a California limited partnership, with Graham Downes as the partner. Downes is founder of the architectural design firm Graham Downes Architecture Inc.

The new ownership plans to renovate the property for office and retail uses. The seller of the property (assessor's parcels 533-112-01, 02 and 05) was GTF Properties, a California limited partnership, with Gordon T. Frost Jr. as the general partner.

Victor Krebs and Rob Morgan, of Colliers International, represented the seller. The 2228 Kettner warehouse totals 8,037 square feet between two floors on an approximately 17,498-square-foot parcel. The 2266 Kettner building is approximately 1,792 square feet located on a 10,000 square foot parcel. The 925 W. Juniper warehouse is approximately 4,985 square feet on a 7,500-square-foot parcel.

The total property consists of 35,000 square feet of land, with 14,814 square feet of industrial buildings.

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