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Building in East Village on Market sold

An approximately 20,500-square-foot retail building in downtown San Diego's East Village at 1455 Market St. 92101, has been sold for $1.35 million.

The buyer was NMJ Key Corp., 1294 University Ave., San Diego 92103, with Joon Wan Key as the president.

The seller of the property (assessor's parcel 535-166-16) was S.E.C.V. Inc. with Samad Attisha as the president.

The seller, 7788 University Ave., La Mesa 91941, financed the transaction with a trust deed for $1.08 million.

The building was constructed in 1920 on a 7,000-square-foot lot.

There is a freight elevator in the rear of the three-story property with private alley access.

The property was last sold in January 2012 for $935, with private financing of $570,000.

The property was previously sold in March 1997 for $190,000, with financing of $145,000.

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