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HP Investors Acquires Full-Block Retail Property in Jack London District of Oakland

HP Investors Acquires Full-Block Retail Property in Jack London District of Oakland 

Oakland, CA – HP Investors, LLC announced that it had completed the acquisition of a 9,115 square-foot retail property in Downtown Oakland’s desirable Jack London District. Acquired by the firm’s recently opened Oakland office, the Property is HP Investors’ 25th acquisition in the past 48 months and represents its first in Oakland. 

Encompassing over 150 linear feet of frontage along Broadway between 2nd and 3rd streets, the Property represents the ground floor component of The Ellington, a 134-unit luxury condominium developed in 2009. The Property, which was purchased fully vacant, includes dedicated parking spaces, 30 foot high ceilings and can be demised in a single or multi-tenant configuration.

“We are excited to make our first investment in Downtown Oakland,” stated Isaac Abid, Principal at HP Investors. “The opportunity to acquire a property of this quality in an emerging retail corridor fits perfectly with our long-term market view, and we look forward to working with the Jack London Improvement District and our retail leasing team to activate this stretch of Broadway with a tenant mix that serves the neighborhood, workers, and visitors.”

The firm has hired Erika Elliott and Ramsey Wright of Colliers International to market the property to prospective tenants and is working with the Jack London Improvement District to highlight the Property’s location attributes. 

HP Investors and Jack London Improvement District are hosting a panel discussion about the future of retail in the district on July 15th at 6:30pm. For more information, see www.jacklondonoakland.org.