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  • Pacific Crest Realty Acquires Koreatown Community; Valencia Residential Project in DTLA Scores $41 Million Construction Loan

    Pacific Crest Realty has completed the purchase of Alexandria Apartments in Koreatown for a fee of $6 million, in a deal brokered by Kaufman Commercial for both the buyer and the seller. Located at 435 South Alexandria Avenue, the community will be renamed as Chapman Apartments as a result of the acquisition, as a nod to Charles Chapman, a developer and philanthropist who built a residence on the site in 1915. The 1927-built apartment building offers 30 one-bedroom apartments and 19 studio units. It is located near the iconic Chapman Market, the site of the country’s first drive-through grocery back in 1929.

    Los Angeles 15 December 2014 15:08

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