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HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF. – A 102,700-square-foot industrial building in Huntington Beach has sold to a joint venture between CT Realty Investors and Artemis Real Estate Partners for $10.6 million. The building is located at 17311 Nichols Lane. The JV also recently signed a 10-year lease with Driessen Aircraft Interior Systems Inc. that is valued at $9.1 million. The company, which specializes in designing, manufacturing and marketing high-quality galleys for commercial and private aircraft, will occupy 100 percent of the space. Per the lease agreement, Driessen has the option to convert a portion of the warehouse into office space and add 10,447 square feet of second-story mezzanine office space. Driessen is owned by Zodiac Aerospace. The JV was represented by Darin McDonald and Ted Sawyer of Lee & Associates’ Newport Beach office. McDonald and Sawyer also represented Driessen in the lease transaction. The seller, a former owner/user, was represented by Jeffrey Read and Scott Read of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank in Newport Beach. The transaction was executed on behalf of New York State Common Retirement Fund’s $300-million real estate emerging manager program. The program hopes to invest with best-in-class operating partners that have proven market and product expertise.

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