Two assets sell for highest per-unit price in their market

Two assets sell for highest per-unit price in their market

 

 

 

 

The 34-unit Kensington Commons and the 10-unit Charlee Lofts. Both deals represent the highest price-per-unit sales in their respective submarkets. Kensington Commons traded for $22.7 million, or $666,176 per unit, while Charlee Lofts’ new owner paid $535,000 for each of the property’s unit

 

 

Located at 142 Adams Ave. in San Diego County, Kensington Commons is in close proximity to Interstate 15 as well as shops, restaurants and parks. Designed by Allard Jansen Architecture & Development, the newly constructed property includes one- and two-bedroom units, with ground-floor boutique retail. The sale was subject to the buyer assuming the existing financing.

 

 

Situated at 4045 30th St., Charlee Lofts is in North Park, minutes from downtown San Diego. Completed in 2017, Charlee Lofts’ units average 850 square feet and include energy efficient stainless-steel appliances, floor-to-ceiling windows, quartz countertops, balconies and 20-foot ceilings in select apartments. The property encompasses 1,820 square feet of commercial space.