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RECTORY AND LAND SOLD FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT

OAKLAND, CALIF. — The Roman Catholic Diocese of Oakland has sold the Cathedral of St. Francis de Sales and rectory to EAH Housing for an undisclosed price. The Oakland site was the former location of a cathedral that was destroyed by the Loma Prieta earthquake. EAH plans to build the 100-unit Cathedral Gardens affordable housing development on the land. The rectory will be preserved and incorporated into the new development. TRI Commercial/CORFAC International’s Frank Arthur represented the seller, and the firm’s Bill Karr, Robert Ligon and Larry Westland represented the buyer.

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