BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF. — A joint venture between SHVO, Bilgili Group and Deutsche Finance has acquired 9200 Wilshire Boulevard, a surface parking lot in the upscale, first-ring Los Angeles suburb of Beverly Hills, for $130 million. The seller was New Pacific Realty Corp.
The venture plans to build a 307,397-square-foot condominium and retail building on the site. The seven-story building will feature a glass exterior, 54 residential units and 6,650 square feet of retail space adjacent to the Golden Triangle, Beverly Hills’ famed shopping district. Exclusive amenities for residents will include a rooftop swimming pool and courtyard. The Beverly Hills City Council has already approved the project.
Since 2018, SHVO, Bilgili Group and Deutsche Finance have partnered to buy two other properties, the Raleigh Hotel in Miami and 685 Fifth Ave. in New York City, an office building being converted into Mandarin Oriental Residences.
The joint venture’s investors include Bayerische Versorgungskammer, one of the largest institutional investors in Germany. Lotus Capital Partners arranged a $51 million acquisition loan from California-based Acore Capital for the transaction.
“We are thrilled to add 9200 Wilshire to our portfolio of luxury assets in prime locations,” says Michael Shvo, chairman of SHVO. “Our new residential concept will offer the highest quality of living and amenities, providing extreme value for those seeking something truly extraordinary in Beverly Hills.”
Pricing for individual units has not been released, though the building is expected to open to residents in the third quarter of 2021.
— Alex Tostado