WATCH: Check out LA’s biggest investment sales of 2016

Last year proved the city becoming a hotbed for tech hub investments

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Jan.January 04, 2017 03:30 PM

Last year was a banner one for the investment sales business in L.A. County, from Boston Properties’ big ticket acquisition of a 50 percent stake in the Colorado Center in SaMo to a slew of high-priced transactions in Playa Vista.

Notable deals included Invesco’s $34 million-per-acre acquisition of Runway Playa Vista and AEW’s contentious sale of a nine-property portfolio to a subsidiary of SPI Holdings.

To see the 10 biggest investment sales of the past year, as ranked by CoStar, watch the video above.

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