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ANAHEIM, CA-Buyers have paid more than $9.7 million for the 11 buildings of the 58,080-sf Anaheim Industrial Centre, closing all of the deals within six months after the buildings went on the market, according to Voit Development Co. The quick sales of the buildings illustrate that “Sales velocity for this type of space is not slowing down,” says Louis Tomaselli of Voit Commercial Brokerage.Tomaselli, based in Voit’s Anaheim Metro office, was part of a Voit Brokerage team including Mitch Zehner and George Hapsic, also of the Anaheim Metro office, who marketed the buildings and represented Voit Development in all of the sales. “The speed at which these buildings were sold speaks to the continued strong demand for small industrial product in Orange County,” Tomaselli says.Tomaselli attributes much of the marketing success of the project to Seth Davenport of Voit’s Anaheim Metro office, who lined up more than half of the buyers by “walking the streets, going from business to business to inform local companies about the offering,” Tomaselli says. Davenport, who is the newest team member of the seven-member Tomaselli Zehner Group, also represented four of the buyers.The buyers Davenport represented were: M/M Marc Cox, which acquired two 6,000-sf buildings, one at 1560 Harmony and another at 1570 Harmony; Pacific Industrial Services, which acquired a 5,750-sf building at 1541 Harmony; Aerospace International, which bought a 4,760-sf building at 1529 Harmony; and Amaron Construction, which purchased a 3,290-sf building at 1565 Harmony.Tomaselli, Zehner and Hapsic also represented three of the buyers: Famous Trails, which bought a 5,980-sf building at 1580 Harmony; Macrolink, which bought a 5,030-sf building at 1511 Harmony; and Emery Dyer, buyer of a 3,290-sf building at 1559 Harmony.The other buyers, their buildings and their brokers were: Mitco Industries, a 5,980-sf building at 1500 Harmony, represented by David Williams and Bryan Miller of Lee & Associates; HLP Property, a 6,000-sf building at 1510 Harmony, represented by Lee McCullough of Colliers Seeley International; Source Graphics, a 6,000-sf building at 1530 Harmony, represented by Steve Bryant of Grubb & Ellis.

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