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Apartment in City Heights on Swift sell

The 13-unit apartment at 3766 Swift Ave., San Diego 92104, has been sold for $1,475,000.

The buyer was Real Asymmetry Swift LLC, a California limited liability company, 1901 First Ave., Suite 410, San Diego 92101. Christopher J.A. Honeycutt is the manager of Real Asymmetry.

The acquisition was financed with a loan of $850,000 from Opus Bank.

The sellers of the property (assessor's parcel 447-581-04) were Samuel Zands and Sara Zands, trustees of the Zands Trust, and Gary O'Connor, Jr.

The approximately 8,290-square-foot apartment totals 15 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms.

The two-story apartment was constructed in 1978 on a 12,075-square-foot lot.

In October 1995, the property was sold for $325,000 with financing of $211,250 from American Savings Bank.

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