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  • Aimco Acquires Oceanfront M-F Complex in La Jolla for $29M

    Prospect 400 offers a total of 60 residential units including 29 one-bedroom apartments, 24 two-bedroom units and seven studios. The property also features a number of 10 resident garages, while the community’s amenity package offers residents access to a heated pool, a common ocean view sundeck, hydro-therapy spa and a resident lounge equipped with a full kitchen, media niche, billiards table and restrooms. Located on a .65-acre site in San Diego’s La Jolla neighborhood, the residential complex is the result of a redevelopment process that transformed Kellogg’s summer home back in 1970. Since then, the apartments have been owned continuously, and a series of renovations to the building’s exterior have been undertaken as recently as 2010.

    San Diego 10 April 2013 20:04

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