Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) has announced the $11.9 million sale of a 16,889-square-foot jewel box boutique office, legal, and medical building located at 864 South Robertson Boulevard near Beverly Hills.
NKF Senior Managing Directors Steven Salas and Daniel Chiprut and Broker Services Specialist Britney Kagawa represented the seller, an affiliate of Optimus Properties, LLC, in the $11.9 million sale to the buyer, AHO, LLC.
Fully renovated and upgraded in 2018 by Optimus Properties, 864 South Robertson Boulevard features a brand new lobby along with new façade, bathrooms, elevator cab finishes, LED lighting, flooring, and access security system. The property, at 100 percent occupied, has a very stable and conservative tenant mix with general office and medical tenants.
“With a shortage of investment product on the Westside, we continue to see a strong demand for quality office and medical investments,” said Chiprut.
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