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HP Investors' First Move in Oakland Is...

WASHINGTON DC 07.20.2017

METRO DC RETAIL

Creating a Successful Mixeduse Project Through Curated Retail & Restaurant

Wilbur "Tom" Simmons -- Kimco Realty
Richard Lake -- Roadside Development
David Ward -- H&R Retail

The first buy out of HP's new Oakland office is a 9,115 SF vacant retail property in the Jack London District, which it acquired for an undisclosed sum, HP principal and manager of the new Oakland office Isaac Abid tells us. The purchase marks the company's 25th acquisition in the past 48 months.

The property is made up of the ground-floor component of The Ellington, a 170-unit luxury condominium developed in 2009 and has 150 linear feet of frontage along Broadway between 2nd and 3rd streets. There are also dedicated parking spaces and 30-foot ceilings, and it can accommodate one or multiple tenants. The "emerging retail corridor" fits with HP's long-term market view, says Isaac. Colliers' Erika Elliott and Ramsey Wright are marketing.

Related Topics: Oakland, HP Investors