Strip mall sells in San Fernando Valley

'Environmental issues' resolved before closing
Published on Aug 3, 2006

Faris Lee Investments recently negotiated the sale of Woodland Hills Village, a 70,721-square-foot retail center in Woodland Hills, Calif. The value of the transaction was $19.7 million. Abrams & Associates, a 1031 exchange buyer in nearby Encino, purchased the property from SCI Real Estate Investments, a locally based real estate investment company. Built in 1971 and situated on 2.8 acres, Woodland Hills Village is located at 20929 Ventura Blvd. near De Soto Avenue. At the time of sale, the property was fully occupied by tenants including: Cables Restaurant, Community Commerce Bank, Plaza Sporting Goods, Jenny Craig, Pam's Hallmark, and others. "The Woodland Hills Village transaction was challenging because it was an unanchored, non-credit center that had environmental issues that had to be addressed and resolved with the buyer and lender," said Donald MacLellan, managing director, Investment Advisory Group, Faris Lee Investments. "The buyer was attracted to the property's hig...

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