Louis Tomaselli of the Anaheim Metro office of Voit tellsGlobeSt.com that the business parks formerly were leased by anumber of brokerages when they were owned by Rreef, including somein-house management by Rreef. "A number of Voit teams worked onselected assets including our team that worked on four," Tomasellisays.

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Tomaselli is representing five of the nine new industrial parksthat Voit has landed as part of the new assignment, with MikeHartel of Voit Commercial's Irvine office representing the otherfour parks. The nine parks in aggregate are approximately 95%leased.

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"The addition of this portfolio strengthens Voit's position inthe Southern California market to represent approximately one thirdof all industrial business parks in Orange County," Tomasellipoints out. Hartel adds that the brokerage built a strongrelationship with Walton Street Capital in representing the first10 parks, which led to this new contract for the other nineindustrial properties.

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The five new industrial parks being marketed by the TomaselliZehner Group are the 208,200-sf Garden Grove Business Center at7201-7291 Garden Grove Blvd. in Garden Grove, the 189,526-sf HooverBusiness Park at 12600-12714 Hoover St. in Garden Grove, the145,745-sf Commerce Park Anaheim at 1440 S. State College Blvd. and2031 Cerritos Ave. in Anaheim, the 110,900-sf Fullerton BusinessCenter at 4010-4080 N. Palm St. in Fullerton and the 105,516-sfNorth County Business Park at 22601-22699 Old Canal Rd. in YorbaLinda.

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The four new industrial properties being marketed by MikeHartel's team are the 192,869-sf Harbor Business Park at 3500-3501W. Moore Ave. in Santa Ana, the 128,018-sf Harbor Warner BusinessPark at 2720-2770 S. Harbor Blvd. and 2727-2737 S. Croddy Way inOrange, the 226,636-sf Spectrum Centre Business Park at 20902-21098Bake Parkway in Lake Forest and the 170,306-sf Irvine Business Parkat 2-10 McLaren and 15791-15801 Rockfield Blvd. in Irvine.

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The 10 industrial parks that Voit was already marketing forWalton Street are in Irvine, Anaheim, Garden Grove and LakeForest.

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The 19 industrial business parks are part of the 23-million-sfformer CalWest Portfolio, which was purchased by real estate equityfunds sponsored by Walton Street in June. The 550-buildingportfolio consists of both business parks andwarehouse-distribution product in the Western US, with aconcentration in Southern California. The portfolio also includesassets in Sacramento, Dallas, San Jose, Oakland, Phoenix, Portland,OR and Seattle.

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