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Building in Kearny Mesa on Mercury sold

The approximately 14,000-square-foot industrial building in Kearny Mesa at 4653 Mercury St., San Diego 92111, has been sold for $2,243,000.

The buyers were Highland Medical Packaging LLC (33 percent) RM-Use LLC (67 percent), 9853 Pacific Heights Blvd., San Diego 92121, both California limited liability companies.

James Sean Slatic is manager of Highland Medical and Ronald L. Reynolds is manager of RM-Use.

The acquisition was financed with a loan of $1.74 million from North Island Financial Credit Union.

The sellers of the property (assessor's parcel 356-212-12) were Mercury Street Property LLC, and Cijon Properties LLC, both California limited liability companies.

Charles J. Danna is the manager of Mercury Street and Nipulkumar Shah is the manager Cijon Properties.

The flex industrial/distribution/warehouse building occupies a 30,928-square-foot corner lot at Mercury and Engineer Road in the Aero Industrial Park.

The building has seven grade-level doors, an 18-foot clear height and 15 percent office space.

The building is under leasehold to Highland Medical Packaging.

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