Friday, May 25, 2012

Investor Buys L Street Lofts

Nearly a year after developer Sotiris Kolokotronis mixed-use loft project at 18th and L streets failed to find a buyer in a foreclosure auction on the Sacramento courthouse steps, a southern California investor has paid $21.5 million for most of the L Street Lofts in midtown.  The project was originally built for $55 million and sold 22 of the 92-unit condominium before a suit was filed in 2009 to foreclose.  The now defunct La Jolla Bank, which made a $33 million loan to construct the L Street Lofts was shut down by federal regulators in 2010 and its assets were purchased last year by OneWest Bank.

Source: Sacramento Business Journal

1 comment:

Tim Donaghey said...

I like the L Street Lofts a lot. Great to see continued investment in Sacramento's infrastructure.