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Recreational firm leases Mira Mesa building

Sky High Sports has leased 29,600 square feet in the industrial warehouse building at 8190 Miralani Drive, San Diego 92126, from MBP Associates for $3,534,838.

Evan McDonald, of Colliers International, represented the lessor and lessee. Sky High Sports has proposed an indoor trampoline facility, with an expected move-in date of April, according to Brett Moreland, a partner with Jump Sky High, which will occupy the property.

The project site is currently developed with a vacant, 52,280-square-foot, multi-tenant light-

industrial/warehouse building that was constructed in 1982, and includes paved surface parking. Sky High would occupy 29,600 square feet of the western portion of the building. The remaining 22,680 square feet of space is vacant and is not part of the lease.

MBP got a 10-year conditional use permit in January for its portion of the building, which was constructed in 1982 on 2.64 acres. The permit also allows an 11,000-square-foot miniature golf course near the entrance of the building. In spring 2008, Geal Inc. leased 29,960 square feet of the building at 8190 Miralani. The furniture delivery company signed a five-year deal valued at $1.6 million. At that time, Diego Delivery occupied the balance of space.

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