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Kidder Mathews is marketing the California Association of Realtors headquarters at 525 S. Virgil Ave. in Los Angeles for sale

Kidder Mathews Markets California Realtors Headquarters for Sale

Kidder Mathews is exclusively marketing the property at 525 S. Virgil Ave. in Los Angeles for sale. Brokers John Anthony, Christopher Steck, Christopher Giordano; and Casey Lins are representing the California Association of Realtors in selling the property.

Built in 1965, the office building has served as the headquarters for the California Association of Realtors, a real estate trade association with more than 185,000 members. The association is relocating and will vacate at the close of escrow.

“This property delivers an amazing opportunity to acquire a core asset with serious development potential,” said Anthony. “With excellent parking, great condition, and central location, it’s ideal for the right office or medical user as well as a developer.”

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