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550 West C Street

$700

CLASS A BUILDING - DOWNTOWN SD

Furnished (optional) executive office in Class A office building. $700/month. Small office with city view on the 18th floor of the Corporate Center at 550 West C Street 92101. Available 8/15/2014.

Call Gail or Lynn at (619) 238-0281.

 

Gail Bonnett

6192433737

gail92101@yahoo.com

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Wash N Go Car Wash Kipp Gstettenbauer of Cushman & Wakefield Wells Fargo Bank & Kelley Invest Securities/Trustee Kelly Inv Gstettenbauer Land 17,663 square feet San Diego CA 92110 3342 Rosecrans 234 month $2,122,184 8/19/2014
Thunder Seo Jill Morton of Capital Growth Properties, Inc Destiny Real Estate, LLC Kipp Gstettenbauer and Ryan King of Cushman & Wakefield Office 5,800 square feet San Diego CA 92108 6863 Friars Road 64 month $581,410 8/19/2014
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