Ted Eldredge

  • Alliance Diversified Buys Pyramid Building in Miramar, Plans Makeover

    One of the city’s most unusual office properties recently traded hands as Alliance Diversified Holding, LLC paid a purchase fee of $13.6 million for an asset located in the San Diego submarket of Miramar. The seller was APEX 1 & 2 LP. Both companies were represented by the local office of Voit Real Estate Services, with the seller being represented by a team consisting of Brandon Keith, Ryan Bracker and Bob Brady.

    San Diego 03 March 2014 22:46

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