The Monstad Pier leasehold portion of the Redondo Beach Pier acquired by investor

United States – 07-10-2019 ( — Real estate brokers at leading commercial real estate brokerage, BC Urban, sell leasehold on the Redondo Beach, CA Pier


The Monstad Pier leasehold has been sold to Next Century LLC by BC Urban agent Hannah Curran and BC Urban CEO Brian Campbell. The property is a historical piece at the center of the Redondo Beach Pier and has remained a major shopping, dining, and leisure-time destination, attracting Southern California residents and travelers from different parts of the country and the world.

California attracts millions of visitors from different parts of the globe each year. One area that has consistently headlined the tourism industry in California for years is Redondo Beach. The Monstad Pier is one of the main attractions and offered a unique opportunity to own a long-term leasehold on the Pacific Ocean.

More information about BC Urban and the wide range of award-winning real estate solutions offered by the company can be found on their website.


About BC Urban

BC Urban is a commercial real estate brokerage and advisory firm that has a wide national network of governmental and private sector relationships. BC Urban is committed to helping its clients solve their facility leasing and acquisition requirements and implementing complex corporate portfolio strategy. Headquartered in southern California, the firm offers a unique range of solutions designed to meet the specific needs of clients – anywhere in the world. Industry veteran Brian Campbell, the BC Urban Managing Partner and CEO, is a former elected mayor of Rancho Palos Verdes CA, a US Army veteran and currently serves as a Major in the California State Guard.

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