What's the average price per square foot for a restaurant building in Beverly Hills, CA?

In Buying Property - Asked by Vincent B. - Mar 29, 2010
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Alex R.
Broker/Agent
Beverly Hills, CA

Depends on the street. Values can be significantly different one block in any direction. North Of Wilshire, West of Crescent, East of Beverly and South of Santa Monica, will be significantly higher than anywhere else. East of Robertson is going to be less, significantly, but is it really worth the reduction? South of Wilshire also will be less, but you loose all of your foot traffic. For the prime areas, I would say somewhere in the $8-$15/SF.

Apr 6, 2010
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Alex R.
Broker/Agent
Beverly Hills, CA

My above response was assuming you were trying to lease.

Apr 6, 2010
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