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Apartment in University Heights on Texas sells

The two-building, eight-unit apartment complex in University Heights at 4365-4371 Texas St. and 4373-4379 Texas, San Diego 92104, has been sold for $2.1 million, cash.

The buyer was Still Oahu Properties I LLC, 6 Hilarita Circle, Belvedere, CA 94920.

The seller of the property (assessor's parcels 445-342-03 and 04) was 4373 Texas Street Inc., with Valentina Sharabi as the president.

Joe Brady, Bill Shrader and David Maxwell, of Cushman & Wakefield's Urban Property Group represented the seller.

The buyer was represented by Noah Grassi, of Re/Max.

The twin buildings total 6,432 square feet, were built in 1970 and renovated in 2011.

All eight units are two-bedroom/two-bath units with garages. Unit amenities include patios and skylights.

The building was under contract after only five days of being on the market; escrow was closed in 26 days.

In September 2006, the two properties were sold in separate transactions by the seller to the same buyers for a total value of $1.26 million.

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