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1150 West 38th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90037

$785,000 Approx. USD 0 beds, 0 baths
2,268 sqft

Agent Remarks

Calling All Investors, Builders and Developers!! I present to you this Great development site in the highly desirable North University Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. The property sits walking distance to USC, the new Metro Expo Line (traveling to Santa Monica and Downtown LA), the new USC Village development and the temporary home of the L.A. Rams NFL football team, the Los Angeles Memorial Colosseum. This corner lot property is being sold together with 1156 38th St. (the neighboring property) for $1,570,000 giving you a total of +/- 13,461 Sq Feet (per assessor) of land to Develop and Maximize it's location. The Village could potentially feature retailers such as Trader Joe's & Target. The Village is expected to open late 2017. Good development opportunity. Check with the City of Los Angeles for subdivision requirements. Buyer to verify zoning and regulations with the City of Los Angeles and all other government agencies.DO NOT DISTURB TENANTS!! Current this property consist of 3 units and a vacant piece of land. The sellers would like to sell them together as a package deal so please do not wait and contact us immediately.

Listing Details

Property type: (Multi-Family)
Status: Active
MLS# DW16723687
List price is $785,000 Reduced by $785,000 on 10/28/2016
Beds: 0
Baths: 0
See Remarks fireplaces
Built in 1905
2,268 sqft
0.15 acres
Lot size: 6797.000
County: Los Angeles
Zoning: LARD1.5
Heating description: See Remarks
MLS area: C34 - Los Angeles Southwest

Last Updated: 11/29/2016

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The listing is zoned LARD1.5.
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Lat/Long: 34.017061, -118.296019.
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Broker: Courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway Home Srvs
Listing Agent: Uriel Estrada

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