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Top floor lease at La Jolla Commons Tower I

Accounting and tax consulting firm Moss Adams LLP, has signed a 10-year, $9.47 million lease to relocate its San Diego regional offices into 18,611 square feet on the top floor of the La Jolla Commons Tower I at 4747 Executive Drive, San Diego 92037.

Duncan Dodd, SIOR, of Cassidy Turley's San Diego office represented Moss Adams. The lessor, HSPF La Jolla Commons I Investors, LLC, was represented by Matthew Carlson, Eric Northbrook and Chris High of Cushman & Wakefield.

According to Dodd, the Moss Adams space is on the 13th floor of the tower. The company is relocating from offices it has occupied in Stonecrest in Kearny Mesa for the past 10 years. Moss Adams will move into its new space designed by ID Studios in first quarter of 2015.

Other tenants in the tower are PrimeLending (5,124 square feet for 36 months at $610,000), real estate firms Cushman & Wakefield and Jones Lang LaSalle (NYSE:JLL), law firm Marks, Finch, Thornton & Baird LLP; consulting firm Tang Advisors LLC, Arrk Product Development Group USA, and LiveOps, a cloud customer service and technology firm.

The tower at 4747 Executive, completed in 2006, was the first of three towers on the 12.3-acre campus. The second tower, at 415,000 square feet in 13 stories, was recently completed and was occupied earlier this year by LPL Financing on a 15-year lease.

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