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Building on W. Crest in Escondido sold

The medical 15,394-square-foot medical building at 150 W. Crest St., Escondido 92025, has been sold for $2.25 million, cash ($146-square-foot).

The buyers were Robert and Ranelle Kain, trustees of the Kain Family Trust, 6520 Mesa Norte Drive, San Diego 92130.

The seller of the property (assessor's parcel 229-120-52) was The Elizabeth Hospice Inc., with Andrea L. Goodwin as the chief operating officer and Kiprian M. Skavinski as the chief financial officer.

Simon Terry-Lloyd, of Cresa San Diego, represented the buyer.

The building occupies a 1.34-acre lot and offers a parking ratio of more than over seven spaces per thousand square feet leased.

The property was sold for $750,000 in November 2000.

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