Orange County

Colliers International has directed the sale of a50,625-square-foot industrial building at 7472 Chapman Ave. inGarden Grove to Aero Dynamic Machining Inc., a manufacturer ofaerospace parts. The transaction is valued at just north of $4million. Built in 1978, the single-story industrial building willbe used by Aero Dynamic for the machining of precision parts forthe aerospace industry. The company, which will continue to occupyits other facility of approximately 24,315 square feet in GardenGrove, is expanding its business. "The property features highvisibility on Western Avenue and Chapman Avenue in a prime locationwithin the Garden Grove Industrial Park, and is ideal for amanufacturing use," says Clyde Stauff, executive vice president inColliers International's Irvine office, who represented thesellers, private investors David and Faith Grant, in thetransaction. Union Pacific Realty represented the buyer in thetransaction.

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