Michael Hanassab

  • West Hollywood Apartment Community Earning Above Average Prices

    A West Hollywood apartment property located in the vicinity of the Pacific Design Center recently traded hands at a per-unit rate that more than doubles the average residential unit price in L.A. According to Marcus & Millichap, whose representatives arranged the transaction for both parties involved, the seller received a total of $8.25 million for the asset. First Vice President Investments in Marcus & Millichap’s West L.A. office marketed the property on behalf of the seller while Los Angeles office senior associates Michael Hanassab and Elliot Hassan advised the buyer.

    Los Angeles 30 March 2015 16:00
  • M West Adds 248 Units to LA Portfolio

    M West Holdings acquires an apartment in Torrance, Calif.; Besen & Associates brokers the sale of a Section 8 community in the Bronx; and a three-property Santa Monica apartment portfolio trades for $28.5 million.

    National 11 February 2014 19:47

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