Pacific Western Bank

  • NoHo Office Property Acquired by Kennedy Wilson Partnership

    As the L.A. office market continues its climb from the depths of the recession, some investors are taking every opportunity made available to them. It was recently announced that Kennedy Wilson, an international real estate investment and services firm, acted as a partner in the acquisition of a North Hollywood office asset. The Beverly Hills-based investor provided $7.9 million of equity for the transaction which totaled $45 million. $30 million in financing was secured by the parties involved in the purchase from Pacific Western Bank.

    Los Angeles 09 September 2013 05:03

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