Rare TOC Property in Westwood Neighborhood Sells for $5.95M

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A rare Westwood multifamily property, located at 2027 and 2031 S. Beverly Glen in Los Angeles, California, has sold for $5,950,000. Kidder Mathews’ multifamily investment broker, Michael Monempour, represented the seller, a private investor, and the buyer in the transaction.

The property consists of two existing fourplex buildings located in the Westwood neighborhood, one of the most desirable rental markets in Los Angeles. It was purchased in an off-market deal primarily for the land value, with plans to build 26 apartment units. The cost per buildable unit was $228,846 and $476 per square foot, well above the market threshold.

The development of the property will be under Tier 3 of the Transit Oriented Communities (TOC) program, which encourages the construction of affordable housing near public transit. The program gives increased density, height, and building size incentives to housing developers, in exchange for a percentage of affordable units in the new construction.

“This was an off-market deal that led to a bidding war between arguably the two best developers in the prime Westside. The seller realized this was the most opportune time to sell and was close to making a deal before I brought in another developer who outbid the other,” said Monempour.

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