Coldwell Banker Commercial WESTMAC, as exclusive agent, is pleased to present the sale of 728-734 Montana Avenue in Santa Monica, California. 728-734 Montana Avenue is a sizable two-story mixed-use investment opportunity situated at the signalized intersection of Lincoln Boulevard and Montana Avenue.
The building is approximately 8,255-square feet (8,412 SF per tax record) on approximately 13,500-square feet of land. Three retail units occupy the ground floor. Six loft-style apartments make up the second floor. The property includes a dedicated parking lot with 28 spaces (26, plus 2 handicap).
The property is located along the popular Montana Avenue Shopping District, home to an abundance of high-end retailers, businesses, and eateries that serves Santa Monica’s affluent community.
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Coldwell Banker Commercial WESTMAC has arranged the sale of 12831 Cerise Avenue for $3,278,525.
Located in the City of Hawthorne, blocks from the Hawthorne Airport and Space X facilities, the newly renovated creative flex sits at the forefront of a booming industrial hub. Ample activity surrounds the ±19,284-square foot property, which sold for $455 per square foot at a 5.3% cap rate.
The single-story ±7,200-square foot multi-tenant building features brilliant brick exterior, open floor plans, high bow and truss ceiling, and plentiful parking. The building was fully leased at the time of sale and underwent extensive property improvements prior to market.
“This was an ideal investment opportunity for our buyer, as seller had optimized interest with two new leases in place and a remarkable remodeled building specifically built-out for new tenants,” said T.C. Macker.
The buyer was in a 1031 exchange.
T.C. Macker, CCIM of Coldwell Banker Commercial WESTMAC represented both the seller and buyer. Albert Pacleb of LA Commercial, Inc. represented the seller.
Coldwell Banker Commercial WESTMAC has arranged the sale of 11699 San Vicente Boulevard in Los Angeles for $3,680,000.
The service station at 11699 San Vicente Boulevard in the affluent neighborhood of Brentwood has been sold. The site comprises a ± 99-square foot building on a ± 6,969-square foot lot at the corner of San Vicente Boulevard and S. Barrington Avenue. The buyer was the existing tenant who has been at the property for over 45 years.
“There was a bid process in place,” T.C. Macker said. “We submitted a great offer with a short 15-day escrow and were thrilled when it was accepted.”
T.C. Macker, CCIM of Coldwell Banker Commercial WESTMAC represented the buyer. Martin McDermott of Method Commercial represented the seller.
5517 San Vicente Boulevard is a highly visible shopping center made up of an approximate 3,990-square foot building on approximately 9,553-square feet of land. The property includes a parking lot, available signage, and billboards.
Existing tenants are on month-to-month leases. Two income producing billboards on property.
5517 San Vicente Boulevard is located at the signalized corner of San Vicente Boulevard and Hauser Boulevard in Mid Wilshire. Manicured homes and multifamily units make up the quiet residential neighborhood that surrounds the immediate vicinity.
5517 San Vicente Boulevard is located blocks from Wilshire Boulevard in Miracle Mile, where the Petersen Automotive Museum and Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) draw hundreds of visitors a day.
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Coldwell Banker Commercial WESTMAC has arranged the sale of 7000-7012 S. Western Avenue in Los Angeles for $1,800,000.
Located on the Southwest corner of S. Western Avenue and W. 70th Street in the Harvard Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, 7000-7012 S. Western Avenue is a ± 8,519-square foot building situated on a ± 15,287-square foot lot.
The property’s configuration made it an ideal events and entertainment venue, with features including a performance stage, large open area with span truss ceiling and ample parking.
“Entertainment, religious and events venues are hard to come by,” said T.C. Macker, CCIM. “The buyer purchased an owner-user and will occupy as a church.”
For years, modern and flexible office spaces were the stomping grounds of small, boutique startups and the self-employed creative types. And, while those groups still play a large role in the market, larger and more traditional companies are now beginning to see the benefits of flexible office spaces.
But what, exactly, is a flexible office space? Well, flexible office spaces come in many shapes and sizes (literally). Some are co-working spaces, or rather, offices shared simultaneously be an assortment of individual workers or even small companies. Others are simply a hybrid of different office types, combining cubicles with private offices, and soundproofed rooms with open concept conference spaces.
One thing that nearly all flexible office spaces have in common? Common areas.
Today, businesses are beginning to design office space with these common areas in mind, increasing the overall amount of square footage per employee, when all work settings are taken into account. Or, at least that is the conclusion that architecture and design firm Ted Moudis Associates came to in their recent report, after closely analyzing more than 2 million square feet of their office projects. Many companies are forsaking the traditional office setting and, instead, choosing to expand the selection of alternative common areas to get work done, such as a kitchen or cafe area, a relaxed living room type area, or even secluded quiet zones.
What’s more, designers and planners of office space say that they are seeing this shift across a wide range of industries, giving the trend mass appeal. TC Macker of Coldwell Banker Commercial WESTMAC in Los Angeles says,
“Whereas the focus used to be on more efficient workspaces, today’s employers are realizing the benefits of making offices more attractive by adding in open community spaces, working to choose for themselves how and where they work within the office. And employees and workers are responding.”
A recent study by Coldwell Banker Commercial Affiliates found that, believe it or not, the physical space of an office can actually help to keep staff happier. This study, which polled Younger Millennials (18-29 years old), Older Millennials (30-34), Gen Xers (35-49), and Baby Boomers (50-69), found that workers want both convenience AND a social scene at the office.
Among the top amenities workers are looking for are food courts, on-site restaurants, outdoor patios, and outdoor lounging space. In other words, as workers spend more and more time at work, offices are becoming more of a center for social activity, with workers continuously demonstrating that they want to be able to work in places other than just at their desk.
Open floor plans and common areas can help facilitate collaboration among colleagues and can bolster creativity within the office, but it is also crucial to remember to carve out private spaces throughout the office to provide employees a break from all the buzz throughout the office and to allow for focused working without distractions. As employee preferences continue to shift, it is imperative that office developers and commercial real estate professionals stay on top of the expectations and wants of today’s workforce.
Coldwell Banker Commercial WESTMAC has arranged the sale of 3440-3450 W. 43rd Street in Leimert Park for $2,050,000.
Located along W. 43rd Street near Crenshaw Boulevard in the Leimert Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, 3440-3450 W. 43rd Street includes a ±9,240-square foot mixed-use building on a ±15,769-square foot lot. The building is currently a mix of office and medical uses.
With voter approval of Measure M, the City of Los Angeles has put into motion a mass transit expansion project focusing on adding new housing and economic activity in commercial, industrial and multifamily areas near L.A. transit nodes. The parcels that qualify are measured by the Transit Oriented Communities (TOC) Affordable Housing Incentive Program. 3440-3450 W. 43rd Street falls under TOC Guidelines Tier 4.
“The TOC Incentives have brought a lot of new interest into the Leimert Park area,” said T.C. Macker, CCIM. “As a Tier 4 property, the Buyer has the largest incentives available for maximum redevelopment potential.”
T.C. Macker, CCIM and Daniel J. Park, Esq. of Coldwell Banker Commercial WESTMAC represented the Seller. Jamie Brooks of CBRE represented the Buyer.
1820 Broadway in Santa Monica has sold for $2,862,500. The ±3,125-square foot property is made up of a ±2,500-square foot commercial building and a ±625-square foot detached residential dwelling in rear. The property was being offer for sale or lease and was purchased by an owner-user. T.C. Macker and J. Patrick Sheekey of Coldwell Banker Commercial represented the Seller. Jeff Pion of CBRE represented the Buyer.
-30 Day Escrow
-All Cash Buyer
-Buyer is an Owner-User
-Multiple Offers Received
-Seller will do a 1031 exchange
Coldwell Banker Commercial WESTMAC, as exclusive agent, is pleased to present the opportunity to purchase 428-436 Lincoln Boulevard. 428-436 Lincoln Boulevard is a commercial property situated along one of the most highly-traveled boulevards on the Westside. It is made up of approximately 3,485-square feet of land with a 1,580-square foot (buyer to verify), one-story building. The entire property is currently vacant. The property is located on a prime strip of Lincoln Boulevard that is frequently used by commuters and visitors traveling through Venice, and an ideal spot surrounded by walkable amenities, including Whole Foods, Smart & Final, CVS, California Chicken Cafe, Wurstkuche Restaurant, and many others.
428-436 Lincoln Boulevard is being offered for sale and includes a double-sided billboard. The building is currently vacant, and the billboard has a lease in place. 428-436 Lincoln Boulevard is 1.5 miles to Venice Beach and the famous Venice Beach Boardwalk, which draws thousands of visitors on a daily basis.
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