Bonnis Properties Buys Foreman & Clark Building in Los Angeles for $52M

LOS ANGELES — Bonnis Properties has purchased the 147,346-square-foot Foreman & Clark Building in downtown Los Angeles for $52 million. The 13-story building is located at 404 W. 7th St.

The space was originally built in 1929 as a Foreman & Clark department store. It most recently served as a jewelry mart, but was vacated in mid-2015 when the space was slated to transform into a boutique hotel.

Bonnis plans to rehabilitate and restore the historic core property. Redevelopment details are in the early planning stages.

Derrick Moore of Avison Young represented the buyer. CBRE’s Phillip Sample and Chris Caras represented the seller, Dr. Kyung Ku Cho, in this transaction.

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