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County buys former Fleetwood buildings in Riverside

October 2, 2011 |  6:32 pm


Two office buildings on the headquarters campus of motor-home maker Fleetwood Enterprises Inc. in Riverside have been acquired by Riverside County for $6.6 million.

CT Realty Investors Inc. sold the two buildings at 3125 and 3075 Myers St. in Citrus Park West business park just south of the 91 Freeway and west of Van Buren Boulevard, the seller said.

The county plans to use the office space for its Department of Mental Health and a data center, said James “Watty” Watson, president of CT Realty.

Aliso Viejo-based CT Realty purchased Citrus Park in 2008 from Fleetwood and converted the 417,811-square-foot, 12-building property to a multi-tenant business park offering office and warehouse buildings for sale or lease.

Fleetwood filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2009 and its assets were sold.


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Photo: The former Fleetwood headquarters in Riverside.  Credit: CT Realty Investors