CHP Buys Site for Station at Kearny Mesa
Voit Real Estate Services' Randy LaChance, Glen Volk and Paul Brown are hopefully in the California Highway Patrol's good graces. The trio helped broker the sale of a five-acre site in the Kearny Mesa submarket for $11M. The agency is expected to build a new ChiPs office there. Cook Inlet Regional Indians of Alaska sold the parcel, which it bought at a US Government auction in 1989. Randy says the tribe had been attempting to entitle and sell the parcel since 2006 for a 175k SF office development, but the Great Recession put the kibosh on those plans. No word if Erik Estrada or Larry Wilcox will be stationed at the new office.