SAN DIEGO (July 6, 2010) – Cassidy Turley BRE Commercial, San Diego’s market leader in commercial real estate services, today announced the $4.9-million sale of Hacienda Professional Center in Vista.
Hacienda Professional Center is a 25,310-square-foot office and medical building located at 465 La Tortuga Drive. The property was built in 2008 and was purchased by Vista Community Clinic to expand their current services.
The seller, Marker Company, Inc., was represented by Mark Avilla, Matty Sundberg and Bob Cowan of Cassidy Turley BRE Commercial. Vista Community Clinic was represented by Judy Ritter and Ted Caligiuri of Coldwell Banker Commercial, NRT/Vista Office.
About Cassidy Turley BRE Commercial
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About Vista Community Clinic
Located in the cities of Vista and Oceanside in northern San Diego County, Vista Community Clinic (VCC) is a private, nonprofit community health center. It was founded in 1972 with the mission “to provide quality health care and health education to the community focusing on those facing economic, social and cultural barriers.” Conceived in the days of free street clinics, VCC's first location was donated space in the local animal shelter. Volunteer doctors and nurses cared for people who could not otherwise obtain health care. Pharmaceutical representatives donated drugs and supplies.
In 1974, VCC received its first governmental funding and moved to an old church building. The number of people served by VCC continued to grow. The decade of the 1980's was a period of tremendous population growth in North County; Vista and Oceanside doubled their population. The number of visits increased 20% per year, to 51,900 in 1990 when the Health Promotion Center was established. In 1992, the Women’s Center opened in order to meet the growing need for specialized services for women.
Although the population growth has somewhat moderated, the number of visits has continued to increase. Vista Community Clinic currently operates five state of the art clinic sites in the cities of Vista and Oceanside. In 2009, Vista Community Clinic served more than 56,000 patients in 235,000 patient visits and made over 100,000 health education contacts. Today, Chief Executive Officer Barbara Mannino administers a staff of approximately 512 and a budget of approximately $30 million, overseeing more than 100 governmental contracts.