Just Listed – Non-rent Control 8-unit Complex in Harbor City
Austin Longwell and Johnnie Stiegler of Lyon | Stahl are pleased to present 25423 Frampton Ave,
an 8-unit apartment complex in Harbor City!
Listed at $1,625,000 this building was built in 1983, has a cap rate of 4.59% and an NOI of $74,579.
This NON-RENT CONTROL asset is a 5,669 SF apartment complex situated on a 7,501 SF lot. Conveniently located less than a mile from PCH,
the 110 Freeway, Kaiser Permanente, and less than two miles from major retailers such as Costco, Whole Foods, Rite, Aide, and many others.
The unit mix is comprised of two 2-bedrooms/1-bathrooms units, five 1-bedroom/1-bath units, and one studio. The property
has gated parking with remote controlled entry allowing tenants access to three carport spaces and 5 parking spaces.
Onsite amenities include a laundry room, landscaped common areas, storage cabinets, and harbor views. The structure
was built in 1983 and has a hip shaped composition shingle roof. The annualized gross scheduled income is more than $111,000
and offers potential buyers nearly 20% in rental upside! At $286 PSF this investment opportunity will not last long!
● 1983 Construction not subject to rent control.
● Gated & Secure lot with 3 carport spaces & 5 parking spaces.
● 14.6 GRM | 4.66% Cap | $203,125/Door | $286/SF
● The annualized gross scheduled income is more than $111,000 and offers
potential buyers nearly 15% in rental upside!
● Perfect stabilized asset with major value-add opportunity.
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To learn more about this property:
- Download the marketing package here
- View the listing here
- Contact Austin Longwell at [email protected] – (424) 781-4651
- or Johnnie Stiegler at [email protected] – (310) 990-9685