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Autumn Valencia

Intersection is proud to announce its new offering, R&M Services

 

An Essential part of Intersection’s real estate platform in providing a vertically integrated operation is the Repair and Maintenance (R&M) Services division. The R&M Services division offers facilities solutions beyond the ordinary. Delivering an array of services to Intersection’s portfolio of properties, in addition to servicing the greater San Diego area. 

The division ensures that tenant satisfaction, asset preservation, safety, and curb appeal are top priorities. Intersection’s R&M technicians collaborate with property managers, brokers, and owners alike to gain a better understanding of the client’s assets. Consequently, this relationship management leads to increased efficiency and reduced risk.

Intersection R&M technicians are exemplary of the company’s core values and always Driven by Integrity. The team maintains the highest level of professionalism and takes pride in the properties they service. 

Offerings range from more specialty services like flooring, lighting, and concrete treatment to turnover repair for vacant units including patching, painting, window treatment install. R&M Services also has the ability to operate for recurring services like gardening, inspection, vandalism repair, and day porter services. 

At Intersection, we look forward to being able to offer more solutions and expand these services to the relationships we are so proud to have built. 

 

For more information regarding repair and maintenance services with Intersection, please contact Elaine Wolgast at 619.314.7200

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Emily Bane

San Marcos Square Welcomes Sunnyside Learning Center to the Re-Envisioned Center

Sunnyside Learning Center has signed a 10-year lease to occupy an approximate 3,634 square foot space at San Marcos Square retail center at 172 South Rancho Santa Fe Road in San Marcos for $784,944. Senior Directors, Dan McCarthy and Kyle Clark, along with Associate, Natalie Baylon represented the lessor, Intersection, in the transaction. 

San Marcos Square was acquired by Intersection in 2017, in which the company has made significant renovations and brought various new tenants to the re-imagined center. “We were looking for an operator that would fill a need in the community,” said Baylon. 

Intersection leveraged their affiliation with the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce to engage with the community directly during a business mixer. From there, in coordination with Economic Development Manager, Tess Sangster, the team was referred to Sunnyside Learning Center. 

Sunnyside Learning Center was looking for an opportunity to expand their current in-home operations as a childcare provider for infants and toddlers. As an essential service, the expansion will enable safe education among a larger enrollment. Their new space at San Marcos Square consists of four total retail suites being combined into one larger suite to include several classrooms, an administrative office and an outdoor play area. The outdoor area, which is currently unused parking spaces will be converted into a productive amenity for the preschool, not visible from the street. The space is currently undergoing build-out and is expected to open before the end of 2020.

McCarthy said, “the addition of Sunnyside Learning Center creates a synergistic effect as Intersection drives a new-retail experience at this highly visible asset”.

Emily Bane is the Marketing Manager at Intersection, providing strategic marketing expertise to support business objectives across company divisions. Contact Emily at [email protected]

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Emily Bane

Ideal Location For Tech Company Within Vista Industrial Park

Intersection Senior Director, Henry Zahner represented the seller in the sale of the freestanding industrial building for $1,685,760. The 8,780 square-foot property consists of office and warehouse space, most of which has undergone recent renovations.

The single-story facility was previously headquarters to ICP America, owned and operated by the seller, Puglisi Family Trust. Today, the facility located at 1070 Joshua Way, Vista, CA 92081, is the future home to Techmaster Electronics, a global leader in electronic test equipment calibration services. The buyer, Celtic Blue, LLC (aka Techmaster Electronics), was represented by Dave Steffy of Palomar Commercial.

The property’s location within the Vista Industrial Park of North County is ideal for the buyer who services clients all over Southern California, as well as nationwide. The central location between Orange County and San Diego is reputable for its diverse and strong economic region.

For more information on this deal or if you’d like to discuss Intersection representation further, please reach out to Henry Zahner at 760-889-7943 or [email protected].

Emily Bane is the Marketing Coordinator at Intersection, providing strategic marketing expertise to support business objectives across company divisions. Contact Emily at 619-819-8725 or [email protected]

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Emily Bane

Intersection Completes 1031 Exchange for Long-Term NNN Lease

Intersection represented South Lind Square, LLC in the 1031 exchange which resulted in the purchase of the Safeway at La Toscana Village in Tucson, Arizona for $10,750,000. Intersection Managing Director Mark Hoekstra and Senior Director Rob Kerr represented the buyer, Greg Cortese of The Royston Group represented the seller. 

The 46,798 square-foot retail property is located at 7110 N. Oracle Road, Tucson, AZ 85704. The retail center is situated in a densely populated, affluent and developing area of Tucson. The Safeway building is one of 14 that comprise La Toscana Village, which is anchored by national retail tenants, and located at a heavily trafficked intersection at N. Oracle Road and W. Ina Road. 

Originally built in 1992 and renovated in 2014, 7110 N. Oracle Road is 100% occupied by Safeway in a 20-year NNN lease with options and regular base rent increases.

The property was part of the buyer’s upleg for their 1031 exchange, acquired at a 5.2% cap rate. The lease was corporately guaranteed by Albertsons Companies. Financing for the transaction was provided by 40/86 Mortgage Capital with the assistance of Charlie Robinson of NorthMarq.

Intersection was approached by the buyer to identify 1031 exchange opportunities that would provide both a high-quality and safe investment for the family that met their long-term goals, requirements, and criteria. 

“The process involved the thorough evaluation of numerous properties of all types across a diverse range of desired geographic locations nationwide,” said Kerr. “In the end we were able to identify a number of great options that met requirements, and the client settled on this excellent Safeway investment in Tucson.”

Emily Bane is the Marketing Coordinator at Intersection, providing strategic marketing expertise to support business objectives across company divisions. Contact Emily at 619-819-8725 or [email protected]

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Emily Bane

The Commercial Building Sold for $860K

Intersection Senior Director, Kyle Clark represented the seller in the sale of the Valley Furniture building in El Cajon for $860K. The sellers are the owners of both Valley Furniture and Cash & Carry Furniture, the latter being adjacent to the property.

The 10,810 square-foot retail commercial building is located at 906 E. Main Street, El Cajon, CA 92021. The property is situated on a visible and prominent business intersection of Main Street and Mollison Avenue, offering excellent signage exposure. Located just East of the Downtown El Cajon Management District with numerous other retailers and restaurants nearby. 

The sellers’ decision for the sale of the 906 E. Main Street building came to fruition upon combining their two furniture stores into the other, much larger property. The building was vacant at the time of the sale. 

While the retail commercial building presents an attractive property and location, the sale remained difficult due to no on-site parking available or designated space for dumpsters. This is because the building occupies the parcel in its entirety. In order to facilitate the sale, the sellers agreed to allow the buyer to utilize a portion of their adjacent property to accommodate two trash dumpsters.

The new owner plans to remodel the retail storefront and open an appliance retail outlet.

Emily Bane is the Marketing Coordinator at Intersection, providing strategic marketing expertise to support business objectives across company divisions. Contact Emily at 619-819-8725 or [email protected]

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Emily Bane

Intersection Completes 1031 Exchange to Reduce Clients Stress and Increase Cash Flow

Intersection commercial real estate represented Elizabeth H. Riggs Trust in the 1031 exchange which resulted in the purchase of Barons Market for $4,650,000 at the Menifee Lakes Plaza in Menifee, Calif. Intersection Senior Director, Kyle Clark, represented the buyer, CBRE’s Newport Beach office represented the seller Menifee Lakes Plaza, LLC.

The 17,854 square-foot retail space is located at 29787 Antelope Road, Menifee, CA 92584. The building is one of 13 that comprise the new, 138,000 square-foot Menifee Lakes Plaza, located at the intersection of Newport Road and Interstate 215.

The property served to complete the 1031 exchange for the buyer, who was selling their apartment building for a less management-intensive asset to provide stable cash flow and preserve her monthly income in the years to follow. 

Clark was approached by the buyer’s son to identify a single-tenant property under a long term NNN lease while avoiding high risk tenant types such as restaurant chains or traditional retailers. After searching nationwide for suitable properties, tying up two other prospects that failed during the due diligence review, Clark identified the Barons Market property.

“It was close to home, yet provided an attractive cap rate and return similar to other out of state alternatives,” said Clark. “Since closing on the low maintenance property, our client is thrilled with her increased cash flow without all the management headaches.”

Emily Bane is the Marketing Coordinator at Intersection, providing strategic marketing expertise to support business objectives across company divisions. Contact Emily at 619-819-8725 or [email protected]ncre.com

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