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BUENA PARK, CA-Overton Moore Properties of Gardena has sold the last remaining building at its Commerce Centre @ Buena Park to Anaheim based Pacific Supply Co., one of three instances in which developers have sold the last buildings at industrial parks in and near Orange County. The others included two sales at Voit Brea Business Park in Brea and a deal at Sampson Industrial Park in Corona.Pacific Supply paid $11.9 million for its 158,105-sf building, which was completed in April and is part of the 55-acre, 1.3-million-sf master planned business park developed by OMP. The project was the former Lucky Distribution Facility and became surplus property in 2001. OMP acquired the property in January 2001, renovated three existing buildings and developed six new industrial facilities. Phase I of the project is 100% leased, notes Timur Tecimer, president of OMP. Steve Calhoun, Jerry Gillman and Pat Remolacio of Colliers Seeley represented OMP and Jeff Read of Grubb & Ellis represented Pacific Supply Co. MacDavid Martinez was the architect and Synder Langston was the general contractor.In the Brea transactions, the final two buildings sold at Voit Brea Business Park, a 532,000-sf, 18-building development at Challenger and Berry streets. Lanny Electronics acquired a 27,734-sf building at 760 Challenger St. for $2.5 million, and Western Switches and Controls bought a 24,439-sf facility at 750 Challenger St. for $2.5 million. All 18 of the buildings were sold to owner-users, reports Mitch Zehner of Voit Commercial Brokerage’s Anaheim Metro office. Zehner and partner Louis Tomaselli represented Voit Development Co. in all of the sales. John Collins of Voit Commercial Brokerage’s Irvine office represented Western States, and Frank Adler of Lee & Associates represented Lanny Electronics.In the Corona transaction, organic foods company Sagar LLC bought an 18,810-sf building at Sampson Industrial Park for $1.7 million in a relocation from Anaheim, reports Chris Migliori of GVA Daum, who represented the buyers and, with Jim deRegt of Lee & Associates, also represented KDG Investments, the developers of Sampson Industrial Park. The building acquired by Sagar is a concrete tilt-up facility at 240 Crouse Dr. that features 6,000 sf of office space. Sampson Industrial Park is near the intersection of the 91 and 15 freeways and features buildings ranging from 10,000 sf to 40,000 sf.

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