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Industrial Lease South LA to a Creative Group

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Industrial Lease South LA completed to a creative group of cabinet makers, artists, and designers leased a large open space commercial space at 160 W. Slauson Ave. Unit #7 Los Angeles, CA 90003. Mason Hauser Furniture & Cabinets Inc., Reason Design Build, and Triarchic Theory LLC are the trio of tenants in the South Los Angeles industrial park. C-6 contractor who specializes in custom kitchens and high-end casework. Custom Cabinetry, Furniture, Millwork and design/fabrication studio housed in a warehouse with a small office area.

Industrial Brokers South Los Angeles

Dan Perlstein of Danco, Inc and Jon Varsano of Vars Real Estate represented the tenants and Matthew Marraccini of Gateway Business Properties represented the landlord of Devore and Devore.

The Devore Business Center is comprised of Multiple Units Available Units Ranging From ~2,100 – 6,200 Square Feet. Highly Functional Layouts within a Professionally Managed Business Park Environment. Gated & Secured. Fully Sprinklered. Minutes From Downtown Los Angeles w/Immediate Access to the 110 Freeway.

Industrial Notes: Industrial inventory includes all multi-tenant, single tenant and owner-occupied buildings. Industrial buildings are categorized as warehouse/distribution, general industrial, R&D/flex and incubator based on their physical characteristics including percent office build-out, clear height, typical bay depth, typical suite size, type of loading and typical uses. Space under construction that includes speculative, build-to-suit for lease and owner-built projects.  Vacant space is space that is physically unoccupied. It may or may not be available for lease or sublease. Available space is available for lease and may or may not be vacant. The dollar amount asked by landlords for available space expressed in dollars per square foot per month. Industrial rents are expressed as triple net where all costs including, but not limited to, real estate taxes, insurance and common area maintenance are borne by the tenant on a pro rata basis. Average An average market rent where the asking rent for each building in the market is weighted by amount of available space in the building.

Jon Varsano

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Jon Varsano has been a licensed real estate agent for 25 years. He is the founder and primary commercial real estate broker for Vars Real Estate. His expertise of the Culver City and surrounding West Los Angeles communities are in invaluable resource to new property investors or those looking to sell existing properties.

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