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Atlantic Pearl Sells Long Beach Building

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Los Angeles-based Atlantic Pearl Investments divested a 78,404-square-foot, multi-tenant office building in Long Beach for $16 million. The buyer was an unnamed private, 1031-exchange investor.

The asset, which recently underwent extensive renovations, is located at 1501 Hughes Way and is currently 96% leased to eight tenants, including Daylight Transport, Stars Behavioral Health, DB Schenker and CraneMorley, to name a few. The property is centrally located at the confluence of San Diego (I-405) and Long Beach (I-710) freeways.

NKF’s Sean Fulp, Ryan Plummer Mark Schuessler and Ryan Tetrault represented the seller.

Plummer says, “The exchange buyer was attracted to the recently renovated building and the committed in-place tenancy, 75% of which consider 1501 Hughes their headquarters. With small floor plates, free parking and proximity to affordable housing and the Ports, this suburban office building will continue to perform well in a post-COVID environment.”

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