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The San Diego chapter of the controversial Church of Scientology is moving its focus to La Mesa with the May 21 purchase of a Coleman College campus at 7380 Parkway Drive.
The Church of Scientology’s San Diego offices are located at 1330 Fourth Ave. between A and Ash streets.
The church purchased the new site for $9.3 million. The two buildings, which are 53,400 square feet and 11,000 square feet, will be used as an educational campus, said the broker on the deal, Vince Provenzano with Commercial Properties.
Originally built in 1962, the buildings were the site of La Mesa Bowl before they were remodeled in 1981 and used by Coleman College as a computer center.
The new site will provide more parking and visibility, said Provenzano.