Hanley Investment Group Arranges $9.1 Million Sale of Three 7-Eleven Properties

The portfolio includes a 4,722-square-foot property in Los Angeles, occupied by 7-Eleven and Launderland Laundry. The portfolio includes a 4,722-square-foot property in Los Angeles, occupied by 7-Eleven and Launderland Laundry.

Los Angeles, San Diego And Bakersfield, Calif. — Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors has completed the sales of three 7-Eleven properties in separate transactions with a combined valued of $9.1 million.

In Los Angeles, a private investor acquired a two-tenant retail property for $4.4 million. Built in 1977, the 4,722-square-foot property is occupied by 7-Eleven and Launderland Laundry. Jeremy McChesney of Hanley Investment represented the seller, a private investor from Los Angeles, while Michael Irvine of Bulldog Realtors represented the buyer in the 1031 exchange.

In the second transaction, a Los Angeles-based family trust purchased a single-tenant 7-Eleven located in San Diego. A private investor from Los Angeles sold the 2,403-square-foot property, which was built in 1970, for $1.9 million. Allen Park of Packo Investments represented the buyer in the deal.

In the third deal, McChesney represented the seller, a private investor, in the disposition of a single-tenant 7-Eleven store and gas station located in Bakersfield. A private investor from Clovis, California, acquired the 3,000-square-foot property for $2.8 million. Sharhan Mheni of Marcus & Millichap represented the buyer in the transaction.

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