104 West Anapamu

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104 West Anapamu

Pacific Wealth Strategies moves to La Torre Building

Santa Barbara-based wealth management firm Pacific Wealth Strategies Group has moved its offices from 3 W. Carrillo Street to the La Torre Building located at 104 W. Anapamu Street in downtown Santa Barbara. The firm subleased 1,820 sf of office space from accounting firm Nasif, Hicks, Harris & Co. Francois DeJohn and Kristopher Roth of Hayes Commercial Group represented all parties in the transaction.

Nasif, Hicks, Harris & Co. leased 10,507 sf in the building last year with the intention of subleasing a portion of the space and retaining the ability to expand in the future.

Deal Type: Office Sublease

Address: 104 W. Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara

Square Feet: 1,820 sf

Sublessee: Pacific Wealth Strategies Group

Sublessee Information:

Sublessee Broker: Francois DeJohn and Kristopher Roth, Hayes Commercial Group

Sublessor: Nasif, Hicks, Harris & Co.

Sublessor Broker: Francois DeJohn and Kristopher Roth, Hayes Commercial Group

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