Montalvo Square
Located in the City of San Buenaventura, this 240,000 square foot mixed-use development project was pre-leased to Ralphs Grocery Company, Longs Drugs and LA Fitness and involved a land assemblage from multiple owners and a ground lease from Southern California Edison.  The project sold for approximately $53 million dollars.


 

Mills Courtyard
This project included a 5,000 square foot building leased to Affinity Bank and a 10,000 square foot multi-tenant building leased to Starbucks, Chipotle, Verizon, Subway and Blenders, and is shadow-anchored by a Lowe’s Home Improvement store.



 

Lancaster Plaza
This ground up construction project included 8,300 square feet of restaurants and shops, including Wendy’s, Subway and T-Mobile.  This project involved a land assemblage from the City of Lancaster and Costco Wholesale Corporation, and a parcel map to accommodate the development.


 

Devonshire Reseda Shopping Center 
When acquired, this 135,000 square foot project located in Northridge, California was outdated and had substantial vacancy.  The redevelopment plan included the expansion of the former Marshalls space to accommodate an LA Fitness facility and the replacement of the former Oshman’s Sporting Goods store with a well-designed food court complete with a new fountain and patio area, and the demolition of awkwardly configured shop space to accommodate a new Walgreens store.

 

Alhambra Square
This rehabilitation project required a close working relationship with the Alhambra Redevelopment Agency and the City of Alhambra in order to reposition the then-vacant center formerly anchored by Alpha Beta Company.  The anchor leases included Smart & Final and Hollywood Video.  A portion of the project costs were funded by a contribution from the Alhambra Redevelopment Agency.  The project received awards from the City of Alhambra for its quality of design and project implementation and leasing.

 

Agoura Pointe
This ground up construction project included approximately 15,000 square feet of restaurants and shops, including Islands and Chuy’s Baja Grill.  The key to obtaining entitlements for the project was the successful negotiation regarding the 18 oak trees located on the site.




 

Wake Avenue, El Centro, California
This project is a 13,000 square foot dialysis center, with future expansion potential.





 




 
 
 




 

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