Comstock Homes Commercial Division specializes in office and retail development throughout Southern California, delivering high-quality properties and new opportunities in one of the country’s most desirable areas.
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Huntington Park Shopping Center
A commercial redevelopment project consisting of approximately 94,000 square feet of rentable space. Major tenants are Superior Warehouse Supermarket and Pep Boys.
A 110,000-square-foot shopping center located in an affluent community, approximately 4 miles south of the Los Angeles International Airport. The center, within a strong retail market, is one of the area’s premier retail developments and has a high traffic count and a broad national tenant mix. Anchored by Bristol Farms and CVS Pharmacy. The center was completed in 1991.
Glen Court Shopping Center
A 3.5-acre site located on Rosecrans Avenue at the 405 freeway. A redevelopment project in a neighborhood shopping center containing approximately 31,500 square feet. The Center is currently 85% leased. Ground was broken March 1990 and completion was January 1991.
Oceangate Commerce Center
A promotional center located at the southeast intersection of Rosecrans Avenue and the 405 freeway. It was a redevelopment project consisting of approximately 350,000 square feet of retail space. Groundbreaking occurred in January 1991 and all phases were essentially completed and leased by mid-1993. Home Depot, Toys ‘R Us and Kids ‘R Us opened for business in 1991; Staples, SportMart, Ross Dress for Less, Michael’s and Food 4 Less opened in the first quarter of 1993.
Peninsula Shopping Center
Rolling Hills Estates
A 300,000-square-foot regional center located at Hawthorne Boulevard and Silver Spur Road on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. It was purchased for $25,000,000 in June 1992 and shortly thereafter approximately 50% of the center was renovated and released, at a total additional cost of approximately $8,000,000 anchored by Vons Pavilions and Thrifty Drug Store.
Valu+Marketplace of Lynwood
The development consists of a 68,000-square-foot neighborhood shopping center anchored by Valu+ Food Warehouse, a subsidiary of K.V. Mart Co. In addition to Valu+, Chief Auto Parts, Blockbuster Entertainment and McDonald’s executed leases. The center was completed in fall 1996.
Canoga Park Shopping Center
The center contains approximately 50,000 square feet of existing retail space, which was rehabilitated to include a new Valu+ Food Warehouse of approximately 30,000 square feet. Tenants included Jack in the Box, Sunray Cleaners, Off the Bolt Fabric Shop, Yum Yum Donuts, Hair Design by Marie and Bambino’s Restaurant. Rehabilitation construction was completed in spring 1997.
Eagle Rock Shopping Center
The center contains approximately 65,219 square feet of existing retail space. Tenants included Osco Drugs, Super A Food, KFC, Wherehouse, Subway and other local tenants.
The center consists of approximately 99,000 square feet of retail space and 8,000 square feet of restaurant space. The tenants include the following: REI, Barnes & Noble, Pier 1 Imports, Old Navy, Trader Joe's and more.
Town Center West
An 84,000-square-foot retail center. A redevelopment project with acquisition assistance provided by the Signal Hill RDA. The center was completed in the second quarter of 2001. Tenants included Food 4 Less, Starbucks, Coco’s and a combination McDonald's/Chevron/convenience store.
2000 Long Beach Boulevard
A new development completed in September 2001. The major tenant was Top Valu Supermarket. Approximately 10,000 square feet of shop and restaurant space are included.
Self-storage facility (rezoned from residential parcel), 7.6 acres.
The Arbors at Rancho Penasquitos
92-unit assisted living facility (2.75 acres).
Parsons House at Eagle Run
86-unit assisted living Alzheimer’s facility (84,000 square feet).
Plaza El Segundo
385,000-square-foot regional shopping center (40 acres). Tenants include Banana Republic, J. Crew, Marmalade Café, Whole Foods Market, Best Buy, Chase Bank, Cost Plus, H&M, PetSmart, Sur La Table, World Market and Ya Ya's.
8-acre high-end retail development (70,000 square feet).
4640 Lankershim Boulevard
A 76,000-square-foot, six-story Class A office building and four-level parking garage. The structure was completed in mid-1983 and leased to tenants that included NBC, Hewlett Packard and GTE.
10474 Santa Monica Boulevard
A 54,000-square-foot, three-story Class A office building constructed over two levels of parking. This project was completed in mid-1983 with major tenant National Education Corporation (a NYSE firm), which occupied two full floors.
321 12th Street
The company, for use as its corporate headquarters, constructed this 8,000-square-foot office building. It was completed in July 1984.
101 North Sepulveda Boulevard
A 210,000-square-foot, three-story Class A office building constructed over three subterranean parking levels. The shell was completed in August 1985 at which time the building was 100% leased by Hughes Aircraft Company. Sold to Shuwa Investments (Japan).
Two three-story and two six-story Class A office/R&D buildings (555,000 square feet total). The buildings were completed in August 1985. Ford Aerospace Corporation, for use as its Western Regional Headquarters, purchased this project in its entirety in 1987.
Quail Hill Office Building
A five-story Class A office building of approximately 60,000 square feet, which was completed in late 1985. The building, 100% leased, was sold in 1990 to Commerce Clearing House.
A two-story concrete tilt-up office building containing 40,000 square feet of rental space. This was a build-to-suit project for UltraSystems Defense and Space, Inc. The building was completed and occupied on November 1, 1985.
Cigna Health Care Facility
A two-story concrete tilt-up office building containing 40,000 square feet. This was a build-to-suit for CIGNA HealthPlans of California. The building was completed in December 1986. Sold to Taiyo Investments (Japan).
615 North Nash Street
This is a two-story office/R&D building, constructed over one parking level, containing 45,000 square feet of rentable space. It was leased to Martin Marietta Corporation, General Research Corporation, Sparta and GTE.
2335 Alaska Avenue
A two-story office building containing 48,000 square feet of rentable space. Parking is provided at a ratio of four cars per 1,000 square feet of rentable area. Groundbreaking occurred in summer 1987 and the shell was completed in the second quarter of 1988. Sold upon completion to Aura Systems.
A 68,600-square-foot office project located on the waterfront overlooking the newly constructed Redondo Beach Municipal Pier. Leasing opportunities range from 1,000 square feet to 10,000 square feet. The project was 50% occupied when acquired and an extensive remodel and lease campaign was established to reposition the site to 100% occupancy.
Del Amo Business Plaza
A 117,000-square foot office project consisting of three-story buildings located at Hawthorne Boulevard and Torrance Boulevard. The project was acquired in February 1997.
Skypark Medical Building
A 35,000-square foot medical office building consisting of two stories on 5.2 acres. The project was acquired in September of 1992.