The Neema Group of Marcus and Millichap is pleased to present 6711 Haskell Ave, a 10,990 SF, 15-unit value-add investment opportunity in Lake Balboa, Van Nuys. The subject property is just west of the 405 Freeway and is less than 1 mile from Valley Presbyterian Hospital. This ideal location is walking distance to many desirable destinations such as Woodley Park, 99 Ranch Market, Zankou Chicken, Costco, Ace Hardware, Target, and many others.
The subject property features a desirable unit mix of three singles (500 SF), eight spacious one-bedrooms (750 SF), three two-bedrooms (900 -950 SF) and one three-bedroom (1,100 SF) with 14 gated parking spaces. The soft story retrofit work has been completed. This investment provides an investor the opportunity to acquire an asset with steady in-place cash flow at a 4.18% CAP rate on current income with substantial upside of over 39%. Favorable financing is available with a quoted 65% LTV at 3.25% interest rate with possible interest only options.
The majority of the units are leased at below market rents with a loss-to-lease of 28%. Being a well-maintained building with little deferred maintenance, an investor will be able to capture the upside by focusing on their interior unit renovation program. The building has a gated front entrance and a courtyard for tenants. Additionally, the property has a community laundry room with washers and dryers, is separately metered for gas and electricity and have wall air conditioning in the units.
Nestled in the heart of the San Fernando Valley, Van Nuys is densely populated and has a diverse community full of economic opportunity and growth. This evolving neighborhood offers shopping, restaurants, theme parks, and benefits from the employment of the movie industry. Located less than 20 miles away from LA’s Westside, Hollywood, Downtown LA, and other popular neighborhoods in the Valley, residents living in Van Nuys can easily commute throughout the city.
Cutting through the middle of the neighborhood is the 405 freeway (San Diego Freeway), but the community is also near the 101 (Ventura Freeway), 170 (Hollywood Freeway), 118 (Simi Valley Freeway), and the I-5 (Golden State Freeway). Residents living in this neighborhood can also skip
Van Nuys is a neighborhood in the central San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California. Home to Van Nuys Airport and the Valley Municipal Building, it is the most populous neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley.
Van Nuys is bordered on the north by North Hills, on the northeast by Panorama City, on the east by Valley Glen, on the south by Sherman Oaks, on the southwest by the Sepulveda Basin, on the west by Lake Balboa, and on the northwest by Northridge. Its street and other boundaries are Roscoe Boulevard on the north, Sepulveda Boulevard, the Tujunga Wash, Woodman Avenue and Hazeltine Avenue on the east, Oxnard Street on the south, the Sepulveda Basin on the southwest and Odessa and Hayvenhurst avenues and Balboa Boulevard on the west.
Van Nuys Boulevard has a long and diverse commercial district along it, as do other major streets crossing through Van Nuys. There are two Target stores in Van Nuys, one on Sepulveda and Hatteras and another on Raymer and Kester. Van Nuys has two Asian supermarkets, one on Sherman Way and White Oak, and one on Sepulveda and Victory.
In 1999, The Plant shopping center opened on the former factory site, anchored by a Home Depot, OfficeMax & 16-screen Mann movie theater multiplex. Through the following years there were additions to The Plant shopping center the following additions were: In-N-Out Burgers,7- Eleven, Gap Outlet, Ono Hawaiian BBQ, Starbucks, Party City, and Old Navy.