Lyon Stahl is pleased to present a redevelopment opportunity located at 310-316 Grand Blvd. in the beautiful city of Venice, California. These buildings consist of two duplexes, 310-312 & 314-316 on two double lots in a vast developing area of the city. The duplexes offer (3) one bedroom units and (1) one bedroom unit.
Venice, commonly referred to “Venice Beach” offers a prime location for redevelopment due to it’s proximity to one of the most popular sites, the Venice Beach boardwalk and promenade. These side-by-side duplexes are situated in Venice’s trendy Windward Circle area, just a couple of blocks away.
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Lyon Stahl is pleased to present 4239 W. 138th Street in Hawthorne, CA. Located in a highly desired pocket of Hawthorne, west of Prairie Ave, an investor has an opportunity to own in one of the most exciting and up and coming non-rent controlled areas in Los Angeles!
The subject property boasts an 8,700 sq foot lot with 4,000 sq feet of livable space. The phenomenal unit mix consists of (1) 4 bedroom/2.5 bath front town-home, (1) 2 bedroom/ 1 bath, and (1) 1 bedroom/1 bath.
Two of the three units have been remodeled and have had only 4 months of vacancy in the passed 5 years. Each unit includes a personal garage, outdoor patio seating, and spacious units. Don’t miss this perfect opportunity to own this beauty.
This property is currently offered at $925,000. Click here to view the marketing package.
Lyon|Stahl Investment real estate is pleased to present this sought after duplex well located in Hermosa Beach.
The property is in a prime location, close proximity the beach, greenbelt and pier. The unit mix is composed of (2) two bedroom one bath units, which are separately metered for gas & electricity.
The upper unit has access to a large deck and the lower unit has a huge private yard.
Beginning this April, the demolition of Palos Verdes cliffside homes overlooking Bluff Cove will begin. These properties, 1009 through 1121 Palos Verdes Drive West, each worth millions of dollars, were damaged by land and mudslides in the eighties and nineties. Over the last 25 years, there has been talk about tearing down these homes to avoid further damage. The decision has officially been made, and Elite Earthworks and Engineering out of Corona are set to lead the charge with a bid of $911,045.00.
Prior to demolition, all home items including sinks, doors, cabinets and light fixtures will be salvaged and donated to Habitat for Humanity to be sold in their ReStore locations.
Palos Verdes Estates is looking for volunteers to help with stripping the homes beginning March 23 so that everything is cleared out in a timely manner prior to tearing down all of the lots.
After the homes are cleared, that land will undergo tree and vegetation clearing. The land area will then be seeded with native plant species and kept as preserved property.
It is possible that Palos Verdes officials could end up granting a conservation easement to the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservatory, which would forfeit any rights to develop land there.
For decades, people have been trying to eliminate the large Power Plant that stands large above Redondo Beach as the entrance to King Harbor.
During the March election, Redondo Beach residents will be given the chance to vote whether or not to blow down the 200 foot structure that has been in Redondo Beach for more than 50 years.
Measure B is the newest idea put forth by AES and former mayor Steve Aspel that would blow down the power plant and the harbor parking structures which would open up ocean views that we haven’t seen in a long time. In its place, build up to 5,000 homes and shops, cafes, bars and restaurants in a new highly desirable area called “Harbor Village.”
The former mayor claims that “Harbor Village…allows (us) to turn our waterfront into the crown jewel of the South Bay, tranforming the site from exhaust stacks and 14 story industrial stuctures into a reasonable balance of family homes, shops, cafes, lofts and offices..
The initiative promises that the city and the community would be fully engaged with the development of the project and could help with the design and construction of Harbor Village. However, the plans are being met with a lot of resistance from the Redondo Beach residents who are fearful of restructuring the town so much so that it becomes infiltrated with new people and shopping malls.
Currently on the market for $2,500,000, this ocean view Rosecrans triplex offers a total of three 2.5 bathroom townhouse style units, with each bedroom being a master suite.
This Ocean view 3,361 square foot triplex is located in the heart of North Manhattan Beach. The premiere full-size Sand Section lot was built in 1992 and has dual access from Rosecrans Avenue and 36th Place in addition to 4 extra large enclosed garages and 8 total parking spots. It is comprised of three two bedroom, 2.5 bathroom townhouse style units and each bedroom is a master suite.
It has been very well maintained by the tenants, and has great views and beautiful hard wood floors. The kitchen and living area are elite. Each unit in this L.A. Architectural Guidebook listed triplex affords a dynamite private ocean view patio and is steps from the beach.
Call Lyon Stahl Investment Real Estate (310) 425-9838, if you are interested in this property. Offers are coming in fast!