SAN DIEGO — Murphy Development Co. (MDC) has completed the disposition of Siempre Viva Business Park Building 16, a 165,763-square-foot industrial facility located at 8411 Siempre Viva Road in San Diego. Ajinomoto Windsor acquired the property for $26.5 million.
MDC originally developed the facility as a build-to-suit for Circle Foods, a subsidiary of Stephan Bronfman’s Claridge Inc. Tyson Foods acquired Circle Foods in 2013, assuming the long-term lease with MDC. Ajinomoto Windsor simultaneously purchased both Circle Foods from Tyson and Building 16 from MDC.
Tyson Foods is scheduled to cease operations in April 2018. After food processing renovations and new equipment installation, Ajinomoto Windsor plans to expand food-processing operations at the facility. The building features a 32-foot minimum clear height, 8,000 amps of 277/480 volt power, ESFR sprinklers, manufacturing sewer and water capacity, concrete truck courts, wide column spacing and high dock door ratios.