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Rexford Industrial Realty Inc. purchased a warehouse building from Colony Capital Inc. for $18 million, or $195 per square foot.

The 92,647-square-foot property is at 445 W. Freedom Ave. in Orange.

The building was one of three that the seller unloaded to the buyer, according to public records. The others are in the City of Industry and Carlsbad.


17401-17491 Beach Blvd.,

Huntington Beach

Price: $15.6 million

Building: retail center

Square feet: 35,890

Price per square foot: $435

Buyer: Thien and Julieanne Phan

Seller: Rudi D. Van Mil

Broker(s): Sean Heitzler, Preston Fetrow, Megan Wood of CBRE Group Inc.


311-313 E. Pine St., Santa Ana

Price: $6 million

Building: apartments

Units: 19

Price per unit: $313,000

Buyer: Hamid Pashaee

Seller: Steven Hartunian

Broker(s): Greg Bassirpou of Marcus & Millichap; Mark Bridge of Cushman & Wakefield


24400 Muirlands Blvd., Ste. E,

Lake Forest

Price: $650,000

Building: medical offices

Square feet: 1,645

Price per square foot: $395

Buyer: undisclosed

Seller: undisclosed

Broker(s): Doug Killian of Voit Real Estate Services


518 N. Broadway, Santa Ana

Price: $3.1 million

Building: retail bank

Square feet: 4,270

Price per square foot: $720

Buyer: Mylen Nguyen

Seller: Wilson Family Trust

Broker(s): Pasha Darvishian, Jon Hauso of Darvishian Investment Group


14701 Myford Road, Ste. B., Tustin

Price: $1.3 million

Building: flex

Square feet: 4,902

Price per square foot: $265

Buyer: David Lenhardt

Seller: Michael J. and Kathryn Valentine

Broker(s): Erik Thompson of Lee & Associates Commercial Real Estate Services; Allison Kelly, Hayley Chandler, Ross Bourne of CBRE Group


730 N. Angelina Drive, Placentia

Price: $1.1 million

Building: apartments

Units: four

Price per unit: $277,500

Buyer: Darryl P. Rock

Seller: Brian Mulvihill

Broker(s): Scott Weimer of Weimer & Associates; Richard Bell of Bell Realty Group

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