NoHo Commons Retail Portion in Los Angeles Sells for $43 Million

by Scott Reid

Los Angeles — JH Real Estate Partners has acquired the 60,930-square-foot retail portion of NoHo Commons in the Los Angeles submarket of North Hollywood for $43 million.

The retail space is almost fully leased. Notable tenants include 24 Hour Fitness, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Daphne’s California Greek, Panera Bread, Panda Express, Wells Fargo, Fish Dish and Big Wangs.

NoHo Commons also includes apartment units and lofts that were developed by JH Snyder Co. in 2004. How’s Grocery was the anchor at this time. It was later replaced with 24 Hour Fitness.

JH Real Estate Partners was represented by Jim Fisher, Mike Smith and Cory Stehr of Lee & Associates. The seller, Redrock Noho Retail LLC, was represented by CBRE’s Curtis Palmer.

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