7531 Wheatland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, 91352

7531 Wheatland Avenue Los Angeles, CA 91352

7531 Wheatland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, 91352
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FOR SALE
Property Type:
Factory
Amount:
$1,800,000
Last Verified:
Apr 04, 2024

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For Sale : 4,200 foot Free Standing Industrial Building

Originally, the San Fernando Valley was envisioned as one of the quintessential suburbs of America, where average Americans could find affordable housing and commute to one of the numerous industries that has driven growth in Los Angeles. While most of the iconic portions of the city of Los Angeles are in the Los Angeles basin, nearly half of the population of the City of Los Angeles reside in the San Fernando Valley. Unlike other regions of Los Angeles County, which are subdivided into several smaller cities and municipalities, nearly the whole of the San Fernando Valley remains incorporated in the City of Los Angeles. The few exceptions are Glendale, Burbank, San Fernando, Hidden Hills and Calabasas. The San Fernando Valley is defined and bounded by the Simi Hills to the West, the Santa Susana Mountains, and the San Gabriel Mountains to the north, the Chalk Hills to the south, and the Verdugo Mountains to the east.
The economy of the San Fernando Valley is diverse and based around several principal industries, including the entertainment industry, aerospace, and manufacturing industries. In entertainment, the valley is home to well-known studios, including The Walt Disney Company, NBCUniversal, CBS, ABC, and Warner Bros. In aerospace, Northrop Grumman, Rocketdyne, Crane Aerospace & Electronics, and Spectrolab, Inc., all have major manufacturing facilities within the San Fernando Valley.
The San Fernando Valley primarily relies upon freeways and the interstate system for its transportation. The Interstate 405, US Route 101, the Interstate 5, the State Route 118, the Hollywood Freeway, and the Interstate 210 all serve the San Fernando Valley and connect it to the surrounding environments. The region is also connected to the Greater Los Angeles Area by the Metrolink, the Redline Metrorail to North Hollywood, and the Orange Line Metro busway.

Building Size: 4200sq ft
Lot Size: 0 acres


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7531 Wheatland Ave._Flyer_dc2_v4 - NAI Brochure

Map of 7531 Wheatland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA, 91352

What are Real Estate Incentives?

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Why are Real Estate Incentives Important and to Whom?

"Incentives" are vital today and in the future because: