Ron Jacobson and John Hoffmann of Colliers Internationalrepresented the buyer. Dan Oury and Mark Emrick of Business RealEstate represented the seller. California Transplant Services, a non-profit eye and tissue bank providing transplant servicesto the community. The company relocated its corporate headquartersfrom Cardiff to the larger Carlsbad facility in November.

The local office market remains strong. Construction of thenine-building, 102,000-sf Genesis Corporate Centre wound uprecently with more than half the buildings spoken for via lease orpurchase.

The office park, at 5930-5962 Priestly Dr., is a development ofPacific Carlsbad Partners LLC, comprised of Rick Dent, FrankSciacca, Jon Kurtin and Jim Gianulas. Ron Jacobson and JohnHoffmann of Colliers International are marketing the property.

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