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EverWest Real Estate Investors has acquired an industrial property in Carson, California, its second acquisition in the sector in less than a month

EverWest Snaps Up Carson Industrial with IOS Potential

EverWest Real Estate Investors has completed its second industrial acquisition in less than a month, purchasing a 101,175-square-foot warehouse at 2848 E. 208th Str. in Carson. Deal terms were not disclosed.  

The property is situated immediately off Interstate 710/Long Beach Freeway and Interstate 405, just north of the Ports of Long Beach/Los Angeles. “This transaction underscores EverWest’s focus on high barrier to entry industrial markets, recognizing their upside potential for both rent growth and value,” said EverWest managing director Erik Good.  

In addition to warehouse space, the Carson site offers significant acreage deployable for a variety of uses, including Industrial Outdoor Storage (IOS). “EverWest is actively pursuing IOS opportunities,” said John Maurer, EverWest’s Senior Managing Director, Head of Portfolio Management.  

Abie Kassin, Ikey Betesh and Michael Schoenbrun of Meridian Investment Sales represented both the buyer and the seller in the transaction. 


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