Yesterday’s LA Times had a pretty strongly-worded article warning about this winter’s El Nino, which is shaping up to be a once-in-a-generation weather event. Why am I writing about this now, during the summer, on a real estate blog? Because now would be a good time to replace worn-out roofs on your buildings. Once the rain
I got a call about an interesting building in Highland Park a few weeks ago. Ordinarily, these are the types of calls I love… an interesting deal, a broker with whom I’ve done plenty of business, etc. But this one is almost definitely not happening, and here’s why: Because it’s a bankruptcy sale conducted under
We recently started work on another project, this one an eight unit deal in East Hollywood, right near some other projects we’ve done. It’s an interesting project: The front four units are going to be huge 3 beds and the back four (which were built later) will be reasonable sized 1/1s. We’ve got some parking
Late last week, we started on yet another apartment renovation project. This one is six units in Highland Park. Unlike some of the other projects upon which we’re working, this building has pretty good bones. Am really excite to see how it comes out.
We just finished leasing up the front structure at 807 N Madison, our most recently completed renovation project. Leasing the 10 units took us something like 31 days. We began construction in mid September of 2014, so the entire process took approx. 300 days (a little longer than we would like, due to some unanticipated