South LA firm expands into Hollywood with apartment complex purchase

DavHan Inc. acquired the 28-unit development completed last year

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Mar.March 18, 2019 04:00 PM
The apartments at 5727 La Mirada Avenue under construction last May (Credit: Google Maps)

A South Los Angeles-based firm is expanding its reach into Hollywood’s multifamily market.

DavHan Inc. purchased a 28-unit building that was completed last year, the Los Angeles Business Journal reported.

DavHan paid $17.7 million for the 41,200 square feet at 5727 La Mirada Avenue. Miller & Desatnik Realty Corp. represented both DavHan and the seller. It was listed as Frame 5727 LLC, which is connected to Robert Green of R.D. Green Construction.

5727 La Mirada Avenue

Major multifamily projects are set to join the La Mirada apartment complex. GPI Companies’ plan to replace the Amoeba Music store on Sunset Boulevard with a 26-story apartment tower that the city approved last week. CIM Group is also restarting its plan to build a 63-unit complex at 6007 Sunset Boulevard.

DavHan’s apartment building is also located a half-mile from the Target super-store still under construction. The store was just given the go-ahead to complete construction, after a years-long court battle with the La Mirada Avenue Neighborhood Association. [LABJ]Gregory Cornfield


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