Brad Rable

  • South Hills Plaza in West Covina Acquired by Hong Kong-based Investor in $20 Million Deal

    South Hills Plaza recently traded hands in a deal worth a reported $20.7 million. According to the official announcement of the transaction, the buyer was LT Global, acting as LT Holdings in the United States market, a Hong Kong-based publicly-traded investment company. The transaction was handled by CBRE Senior Vice President Philip D. Voorhees, along with a National Retail Investment Group – West team. The West Covina, CA retail center was sold by an L.A.-based partnership. The NRIG-West team consisted of Voorhees, Jimmy Slusher, Megan Read, Matt Burson, Brad Rable and John Read.

    Los Angeles 23 December 2014 15:34

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