Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) has completed the $6.625 million sale of an industrial property for redevelopment located at 6500 Avalon Boulevard near the Goodyear Industrial Tract in Los Angeles.
NKF Managing Director Ed A. Palmer represented the buyer, Leon Capital Group, as well as the seller, a private trust.
The property currently houses a 1945-vintage industrial building, however, the buyer is seeking to demolish the facility and seeks to develop a new, three-story, 115,000-square-foot, self-storage building on the nearly 1.5-acre site. The project will serve both commercial and residential tenants.
“The buyer is seeking to improve the site for a better use as a Class A, state-of-the art self-storage facility and is currently applying for entitlements,” said Palmer. “Once those are approved, the project is anticipated to complete development within nine to 12 months.”
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