Mon, Mar 1, 2021 –Creating a new chapter in the complicated history of Friendly Village MHP Associates, L.P., Force 10 Partners served as court-appointed financial advisors to secure a stalking horse bid and purchaser of the property, resulting in an $11 million transaction.
To attract the highest bidder, Force 10 communicated with more than 200 potential purchasers/bidders and managed a complex due diligence process for the sale, which entailed financial, real property, engineering, and geotechnical material.
ACI Friendly Village, a newly formed California nonprofit public benefit corporation, won with a $11 million bid. ACI Friendly Village was created by Affordable Communities, Inc. and affiliated companies, which acquire and manage mobile home parks to preserve affordable housing. ACI’s principal, Maurice Priest, told the court that he intends to ‘manage, operate, and maintain the property, so that families can continue to live there and not lose the investment they have made in their homes.’
After tenants sued Friendly Village MHP, it filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in October 2018. A $56.4 million settlement in November 2019 resolved the lawsuit. Together with other proceeds, the sale will fund the settlement.
Fri, Nov 22, 2019 –Kabateck LLP attorneys representing hundreds of low-income mobile home residents in Long Beach, CA secured a nearly $57 million settlement, which is the largest settlement ever involving a mobile home park.
350 residents of Friendly Village Mobile Home Park who live in squalor will receive monetary compensation from the owners of the park, who failed to address serious maintenance problems, ignored complaints and hiked up the rent.
A bankruptcy judge approved a $42.5 million settlement for 151 families who filed lawsuits against the defendants, Michael Scott and Lee Kort. Those plaintiffs obtained $6.9 million paid from prior settlements.
As part of the settlement agreement, the mobile home park will be sold and a substantial portion of the proceeds of that sale, at least $7 million, will be divided between many of the residents, even those who are not part of the litigation.
This landmark agreement resolves litigation that found the owners negligent of unfair business practices, retaliatory eviction and financial elder abuse.
Wed, Nov 20, 2019 –The owners of a mobile home park that is sinking due to its location on a former landfill have agreed to pay roughly $50 million to 151 families who sued over the conditions, an attorney representing the residents announced today. He made the announcement after a judge approved the settlement earlier this week.
As part of the agreement, residents in the park on Paramount Boulevard will also share in a portion of the proceeds from the sale of Friendly Village Mobile Park after the owners declared bankruptcy. The sale is expected to generate an additional $7 million to be divided among the residents, even those who were not part of the lawsuit that culminated in a civil trial and jury verdict a year ago.
Phil Woog, an attorney for the park’s owners – Friendly Village MHP Associates, Sierra Corporate Management and Kort & Scott Financial Group – declined to comment in a brief phone interview.
Kabateck and his partner, Gary Fields, said the settlement will be divided among residents based on their individual conditions. None of the residents will get rich, he said – but he said hopes it will be enough to help them find a new home.
Estimated Awards: $57,000,000 − $25,650,000 (45% Attorney’s Fees) = $31,350,000 ÷ 151 families = $207,616 per family, but only if it were divided equally which is NOT how it will work. This calculation is only provided as an example and does not reflect the actual individual settlements to be awarded to the 151 families.
Note: Fri, Dec 20, 2019 – This Multifamily Property is no longer advertised on LoopNet.com. The MHPHOA are currently researching a confirmation of sale.
Thu, Nov 14, 2019 –The Trustee has entered into an Agreement (as defined above) whereby he intends to sell the Property (as defined below) for $15 million to 5450 Paramount LLC (Levy Affiliated), a California limited liability company (“Buyer”), or an assignee of the Buyer free and clear of all claims, liens, and encumbrances, including claims against the Debtor as expressly provided in the Agreement. In furtherance of the sale, the Trustee files this instant Motion to approve certain bid procedures that the Trustee believes will facilitate an orderly auction. The Trustee requests that the Court grant the Motion.
Trustee’s Motion for Order Approving Overbid Procedures
Mon, Dec 3, 2018 –Sale Notes: The entity that owns the property is Friendly Village MHP Associates L.P., d/b/a Friendly Village of Long Beach, a California limited partnership (“LP Debtor”). The LP Debtor filed a voluntary petition under Chapter 7 of Title 11 of the United States Code in the Central District of California (“Bankruptcy Court”) on October 2, 2018. The LP Debtor’s general Partner, Friendly Village GP, LLC, a California limited liability company (“GP Debtor”) filed for protection under Chapter 7 of the United States Bankruptcy code in the Bankruptcy Court on October 21, 2018. The cases are Nos. 8:18-bk-13638-ES and 8:18-bk-13864. Richard A. Marshack was appointed and is the acting Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee of both estates.
The LP Debtor and the GP Debtor will be collectively referred to as “Debtors.” The bankruptcy cases were precipitated by ongoing state court litigation commenced on August 13, 2015, by Debtors’ tenants in the Superior Court of the State of California, County of Los Angeles, entitled Celestino Acosta, an individual, et al., v. City of Long Beach, a municipality; Friendly Village Mobile Associates L.P., D.B.A. Friendly Village of Long Beach, a California Limited Liability Company; Friendly Village MHP Associates L.P., D.B.A. Friendly Village of Long Beach, a California Limited Liability Company; Friendly Village, GP, LLC, a California Limited Liability Company; Sierra Corporate Management, Inc.; Kort & Scott Financial Group LLC; and Does 1-100, assigned as Case No. BC591412 (“State Court Action”).
The Plaintiffs in the State Court Action are seeking damages for failure to maintain the mobile home park, nuisance, elder abuse, emotional distress, unfair business practices, retaliatory evection, breaches of contract, warranty and quiet enjoyment (among other complaints). The lawsuit names the Debtors, Kort & Scott Financial Group, and Sierra Corporate Management and others as co-defendants.
On Nov 19, 2018, the jury returned a verdict and awarded compensatory damages of $5.6 million to the _____ plaintiffs who occupied _____ spaces. This phase of the trial represents approximately 20%-25% of the total plaintiffs/spaces in the current State Court Action.
On Nov 27, 2018, the jury returned its verdict in the punitive damages phase of the current trial in a total amount of approximately $34 million, finding liability for the punitive damages as follows: Kort & Scott 55%, Sierra Corporate Management 25%, GP Debtor 10% and LP Debtor 10%.
Tue, Nov 27, 2018 –A jury decided today that the owners of Friendly Village Mobile Home Park in North Long Beach should pay out $34 million in punitive damages, in addition to $5.5 million awarded last week, to residents of the park who sued over decaying conditions that included methane gas leaks and continually sinking ground.
The jury awarded the punitive damages for negligence, unfair business practices, retaliatory eviction and financial elder abuse. Lead attorney Brian Kabateck said the residents lived in squalor at the property that was once a trash dump for the city of Long Beach.
This is an outstanding outcome,” Kabateck said Tuesday. “What we really hoped for is that justice would be done.
He said this case, which involves 31 families, is the first suit. The law firm plans to file another lawsuit on behalf of 120 families who live in the 182-unit park, which is just south of Davenport Park on Paramount Boulevard.
Kabateck said the bulk of the judgment was against Kort & Scott, which own a number of mobile home parks across the state.
LA Jury Hits MHP Owners with $34 Million Punitive Damages Verdict
Tue, Nov 27, 2018 – Kabateck LLP Press Release:A Los Angeles jury awarded $34 million today in punitive damages to 30 residents of a Long Beach mobile home park that was once a trash dump site for the city of Long Beach. Today’s verdict is in addition to a $5.5 million judgment the jury leveled last week against the owners of Friendly Village. The jurors found the defendants liable for negligence, unfair business practices, retaliatory eviction and financial elder abuse.
Tue, Nov 20, 2018 –In a major win for homeowners, a Los Angeles jury awarded more than $5 million to a group of Long Beach families who say they were forced to live in slumlike conditions in the Friendly Village Mobile Home Park. The families are represented by a legal team led by Brian S. Kabateck of the Los Angeles firm Kabateck LLP.
Today's award of $5,566,156 will be split among 31 families who will receive an average of about $100,000 per person. But that figure is expected to increase as jurors also found the defendants liable for elder abuse and punitive damages. Jurors are expected to begin weighing those additional damages this week.
The plaintiffs’ legal team includes Kabateck, Shant Karnikian and Natalie Pang of Kabateck LLP and Gary Fields with Fields Law. Kabateck serves as president of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, chairman of the board of Loyola Law School and is a past president of Consumer Attorneys of California.
Mon, Nov 19, 2018 –Residents of a Long Beach mobile home park on the site of a former landfill were awarded $5.57 million in damages on Monday, Nov. 19, after they sued its owners for a litany of charges including negligence, unfair business practices, retaliatory eviction and financial elder abuse.
The award was just the first in a series of trials, the residents’ lawyers said in a statement. The jury also found Friendly Village Mobile Home Park to be liable for elder abuse, as well as fraud, oppression and malice. The punitive damages will be argued in court next week.
Friendly Village will be responsible for the damages, which will be split among 55 people, although over 200 residents joined the original class action lawsuit.
Attorneys for Friendly Village did not respond to a request for comment.
‘The jury found, as we did, that the defendants clearly took advantage of some of the most vulnerable members of the community,’ the residents’ lead trial attorney Brian Kabateck said in a statement. ‘These are people on a fixed income, the elderly, the disabled and folks on the brink of poverty. This company allowed the residents to live in squalor with raw sewage backing up into their homes while they raised rents and collected millions upon millions of dollars in profits. While these crooks should be ashamed of themselves for their behavior, they will surely feel nothing of the sort.’
The land that Friendly Village currently occupies at 5450 N. Paramount Blvd. in North Long Beach, was used as a dump during World War II and shut down those operations in 1947. In 1970, Long Beach decided to use the land for a mobile home park instead.
Along with flooding, sinkholes, rats, possums and sewage bubbling up, residents said the ground constantly shifting beneath their homes has created financial hardship for many of them.
Milly Bejarano has lived there for 12 years, and she said she’s paid out of her own pocket to level the land three times for a total of about $2,000. She said that some of the homes sink in such a way that if residents don’t continuously level the ground, some wouldn’t even be able to open their own doors.
As conditions have worsened, Friendly Village has continued to raise the rent without addressing any maintenance issues, she said. Because Bejarano is a senior on a fixed income, that means the increases are slowly cutting down on her quality of life.
‘I thought I’d be retired here forever, but my lifestyle has gone down the drain,’ she said. ‘Vacation? What is that? I’ve never taken a vacation since I’ve lived here. … I’ve got to be saving constantly to make ends meet.’
Jury Trial Continues Against Three Remaining Defendants – Jury Deliberations
Fri, Nov 16, 2018 –Jury trial/deliberation continues on 11/16/2018 at 9:00 AM.
Summary:On Wed, Nov 7, 2018 the plaintiffs gave closing arguments. On Tue, Nov 13, 2018 the court instructed the jury. On Tue, Nov 13, 2018 the defendants filed a motion for a complete mistrial. On Thu, Nov 15, 2018 the court denied defendants motion for a complete mistrial.
Friendly Village Mobile Associates, L.P., a Daniel C. Fischer Company
Tue, Nov 6, 2018 –The Defendant's Friendly Village Mobile Associates, L.P.'s notice of motion for determination of good faith settlement filed on 10/25/2018 is Granted.
The Defendant's Motion to Seal the confidential settlement agreement between Plaintiffs and Defendant Friendly Village Mobile Associates, L.P. ("FV1") and all references to the settlement amount filed by Friendly Village Mobile Associates, L.P. on 10/25/2018 is Granted.
Thu, Oct 25, 2018 –Online documents indicate that a Good Faith Settlement has been reached between Friendly Village Mobile Associates, L.P., a Daniel C. Fischer company that previously owned Friendly Village Mobile Home Park and is one of the named Defendants in the lawsuit.
There is currently a Motion to Seal the confidential settlement agreement between Plaintiffs (Friendly Village Mobile Home Park) and Defendant Friendly Village Mobile Associates, L.P. ("FV1") and all references to the settlement amount.
Jury trial continues against the remaining three defendants on Mon, Oct 29, 2018.
Mon, Oct 22, 2018 –Online documents indicate that a Motion was filed for Cooksey, Toolen, Gage, Duffy & Woog, Kort & Scott’s lead attorneys, to be relieved as counsel.
Friendly Village GP LLC Files Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Sun, Oct 21, 2018 –The LP Debtor’s General Partner (GP), Friendly Village GP, LLC, a California Limited Liability Company (“GP Debtor”) filed for protection under Chapter 7 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in the Bankruptcy Court on Sunday, October 21, 2018. Case Number: 8:18-bk-13864
2018-12-03 – LoopNet™ Sale Notes
Jury Trial Continues Against Three Remaining Defendants
Mon, Oct 15, 2018 –One day after Friendly Village MHP Associates, L.P. (“FVMHP”) filed a voluntary petition for bankruptcy (Tue, Oct 2, 2018), the court ruled that the ongoing trial is stayed as to FVMHP only and that the trial would continue against the three remaining defendants: Friendly Village GP, LLC (“FVGP”), Sierra Corporate Management, Inc. (“Sierra”), and Kort & Scott Financial Group, LLC (“K&S”) (collectively “FV-2" Defendants”).
How the Kort & Scott Financial Group DBA Structure Works
Debtor FVMHP is the entity that holds title to and owns the Friendly Village Mobile Home Park. Friendly Village GP, LLC is the general partner of the debtor, and as such is ultimately responsible for the debts of the limited partnership (in this case the debtor FVMHP). Sierra Corporate Management is the management company that is contractually bound to run and manage the Friendly Village Mobile Home Park, which is now under the control of bankruptcy court and trustee. Kort & Scott Financial Group was used as an acquisition vehicle for the purchase of mobile home parks.
Fri, Oct 12, 2018 –The owners of Friendly Village Mobile Home Park, who have been sued by tenants over their alleged neglect of the North Long Beach park, filed for bankruptcy earlier this month, court records show.
A judge on Friday, however, ruled that a civil trial that began in mid-September will continue, said Brian Kabateck, the attorney representing the more than 100 residents who sued.
As part of the bankruptcy filing, attorneys for Friendly Village unsuccessfully requested an immediate stay to a civil trial that has been underway for four weeks.
The plaintiffs expect to finish their case by the week of October 22, and the trial to be wrapped up by the end of the month or early November.
Friendly Village MHP Associates LP Files Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Tue, Oct 2, 2018 –The LP Debtor filed a voluntary petition under Chapter 7 of Title 11 of the United States Code in the Central District of California (“Bankruptcy Court”) on Tuesday, October 2, 2018. Case Number: 8:18-bk-13638-ES
2018-12-03 – LoopNet™ Sale Notes
Fri, Sep 14, 2018 –En 2006, Mildred Bejarano compró su casa móvil en el complejo Friendly Village Mobile Park Home en Long Beach. Con ilusión, pensó que este sería el lugar perfecto para un retiro calmado y seguro.
Luego de pagar la casa en su totalidad, solo tendría que pagar 925 dólares al mes por el espacio de terreno ocupado dentro del complejo habitacional.
No obstante,a cuatro años de la compra, dice haber comenzado a ver problemas en y alrededor de su casa. Especificó que el piso ha comenzado a desnivelarse y los cimientos de su casa se están quebrando. Ahora, dice, da la impresión de que su casa se está hundiendo.
Wed, Sep 12, 2018 –Milly Bejarano said her Long Beach mobile home neighborhood is slowly sinking. 'I feel very sad. I paid a lot of money for this place and now when I look at my dream house it is just going to ruin,' Bejarano said.
The people who bought this in 2014 knew what they were buying. They paid $23.5 million and they saw this as their personal ATM machine and they didn't want to do any repairs, they didn't want to do any fixes," attorney for the residents Brian Kabateck said.
In court Wednesday, the attorney for the property owners told prospective jurors that it was known the development was built on a landfill and that could be part of these issues. He said residents were given disclosures about it.
Mon, Sep 10, 2018 –Residents of the Friendly Village Mobile Home Park on N. Paramount Blvd. are headed to court this week. They’re suing their landlord for allowing their homes to sink into the ground and are seeking a payout so they can move from the complex.
Friendly Village Mobile home park was built on a landfill back in the 70s. A new landlord recently purchased the property and residents say they’ve jacked up the rent and have let the property deteriorate. They’ve filed a lawsuit against Kort and Scott Financial Group and Sierra Corporate Management Group.
The state has issued violations to the property owners but as of now the only real recourse residents say they have is their day in court.
Mon, Sep 10, 2018 –The bulge of asphalt that bisects a road inside the Friendly Village Mobile Home Park has a nickname: The Destroyer. ‘It’s taken out all kinds of cars,’ said Roger Lackey, a 14-year resident of the park. ‘I once saw a cop car get stuck.’
The sloped and cracked roads inside the park are among a litany of problems residents have complained about for years: Tangles of gas, electric and water lines float above ground alongside homes. The smell, and sometimes sight, of raw sewage wafts in backyards and along roads. Lakes of water form around sunken homes when it rains, and fire hydrants perch on pedestals 3 feet above where the ground should be.
The state has issued violations to the property owners but as of now the only real recourse residents say they have is their day in court.
Three years ago residents sued the owner of the park and property management company, and the case is slated for a jury trial in Downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday, Sept. 11. The trial is expected to last five weeks.
Friendly Village was purchased in 2014 by Kort & Scott Financial Group, a firm that owns and manages dozens of mobile home parks across the state. Also named in the suit is Sierra Corporate Management, a division of Kort & Scott that runs the property.
The Costa Mesa attorney representing the owner and management, Phil Woog, did not return calls for comment, nor did Russell A. Rodriguez, president of Sierra Management.
Mon, Sep 10, 2018 –Cabrera and 235 other residents have sued the mobile home park, accusing the owners of a litany of charges including negligence, unfair business practices, retaliatory eviction and financial elder abuse. The complaint was originally filed in 2015 and is set to go to court this week. A pre-trial hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 11, and jury selection begins Wednesday.
KBK’s Brian Kabateck is fighting on behalf of Friendly Village Mobile Home Park residents whose homes are sinking into a landfill.
Additional Media Coverage: Channels 2, 4, 7, 9
2016 Mar –This inspection is being conducted under the authority of Health and Safety Code, section 18400 and Title 25, California Code of Regulations, section 1004.5. Re-inspection fees of a minimum $196.00 will be required for any inspections after the first re-inspection. The below noted violations require correction within 30 days at which time the first re-inspection will be conducted. The result of this investigation is as follows:
A subsequent administratively requested meeting was held by our department at Friendly Village Mobile Home Park on March 1, 2016. Mrs. Erin Crum of (Sierra Management) was in attendance as well as Gabriel Contreras, Carlos Udria and I representing HCD. During the meeting Sierra Management advised us that they have not come up with a plan to abate any of the existing violations at the Friendly Village Mobile Home Park. Mrs. Erin Crum stated that Sierra Management would rather have all of the violations in writing. Sierra Management was cognizant of the substandard living conditions of the mobile home park however they have failed to make a plan to abate all violations.
2018 Jun –My grandfather has lived here for a while now and we have all witnessed the changes over the years with the new management and they're HORRIBLE! The rent is rising, the management doesn't care, they're bias and a little racist l would say. I have had multiple encounters with the lady who works there and she seems to keep her eye on me and my black friends more than anyone else. KARMA WILL GET YOU! I've noticed a handful of people are trying to move out as well. Not a very "friendly village" to me, not a nice place to live, I would NOT recommend living here at ALL!
2017 Oct –Horrible Management. Very unfriendly. Neighbors are great. But the office manager is a selfish WITCH. Does not care about homeowners. Increases rent. Parking is horrible. Do not care about Handicapped. Spoke with corporate, they do not care either. Karma will come BACK TO THEM.
2015 Dec –The 182 mobile homes in Friendly Village Mobile Home Park were built on top of a former dumpsite. This is an unhealthy and unsafe place to live. Protect your health and look elsewhere.
2015 Aug –Lawsuit Filed by Residents: Failure to Maintain Mobilehome Park, Breach of Contract, Negligence, Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress, Continuing Trespass, Public Nuisance, Private Nuisance, Inverse Condemnation, Unfair Business Practices, Retaliatory Eviction, Financial Elder Abuse.
Kort & Scott Financial Group Lawsuits
2015 May –Update on the last posting. Yet another month without a word about issuing a credit for the mistake on the $254 water charge. They are totally ignoring my letters and spreadsheets. I believe in Karma and I know God is watching this situation. My Mom couldn't afford her diabetes medicine because of the big water charge we had to pay for THEIR mistake. Unbelievable that people can act this way. If we could afford to move, we would be gone.
2014 Oct –Friendly Village is now under new owners and management. Again, this pains me to write a negative review, but I am personally very upset and currently in the process of selling my home and moving elsewhere. Space rent is expensive, and is rising and rising. If you were to take a peek into this park you would see that MANY other residents are trying to sell their homes and move out as well.
2014 Feb –Sold for $23,000,000 via Marcus & Millichap: The transaction was not without its challenges. The community is on a former landfill site and the buyer and the lender had to satisfy themselves that any environmental concerns related to the landfill were resolved. “Landfill issues notwithstanding, there were multiple offers on this property. The seller selected this particular buyer because the company’s financial strength satisfied the lender, and it has the experience necessary to work with the unique parameters of the asset. The new owner restructured the existing debt with more favorable terms and additional loan proceeds, which will help maximize returns.
Marcus & Millichap
2011 May –Sold for $18,950,000 via Park Brokerage: The property was built on a former landfill but owner has a January, 2010 phase one report that states “based on the onsite monthly methane monitoring, no further action regarding the former landfill is recommended at this time with respect to the current use of the subject property”. The Seller also acquired environmental insurance in 2005 for a one time fee of approximately $71,000. The park is now considered a clean site with no environmental issues.
2005 Nov –Sold for $14,400,000 via Private Party Sale: Group sells 182 spaces at 5450 N. Paramount. Private investor Friendly Village Mobile Associates LP acquired the Friendly Village Mobile Home Park at 5450 N. Paramount Blvd. in Long Beach for $14.4 million, or about $79,120 per trailer space. The park is on 18.73 acres and provides its residents with a laundry, pool, spa and recreation room. Neither the buyer nor the sellers, Anton and Cynthia Berkovich Family Trust, used broker representation.
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|Arbor Mobile Village
Operated By: Steele Boggs Kendall & Fabeck
|300 E Arbor St||Long Beach||CA||90805||310-422-3666||64||0||0||55||700||10/2019|
|Belmont Shores Mobile Estates
Operated By: Wessex Investments LLC, Newport Pacific
|6230 Marina View Dr||Long Beach||CA||90803||562-431-4132||347||0||0||55||1,300||10/2019|
|Best Trailer Park
Operated By: Dzikowski Investments LLC
|5602 Long Beach Blvd||Long Beach||CA||90805||562-422-5757||169||7||0||AA|
|Del Amo Trailer Park
Operated By: Les Frame Enterprises Inc
|4895 Oregon Ave||Long Beach||CA||90805||310-422-2884||146||0||0||55||800||10/2019|
|Friendly Village Mobile Home Park
|5450 Paramount Blvd||Long Beach||CA||90805||562-531-3002||182||0||0||AA||1,500||02/2021|
|Golden Shore RV Resort
Operated By: Kim Wassik
|101 Golden Shore||Long Beach||CA||90802||562-435-4646||0||77||0||AA|
Operated By: Donald Shepherd
|400 E Arbor St||Long Beach||CA||90805||562-423-5267||14||0||0||AA||1,150||10/2019|
|Las Brisas I
Operated By: Donald Shepherd
|400 E Arbor St||Long Beach||CA||90805||562-423-5267||80||0||0||AA||1,150||10/2019|
|Shady Acres Mobile Home Park
Operated By: Mobilehome Group II LP
|5533 Long Beach Blvd||Long Beach||CA||90805||562-423-0540||107||0||0||AA||700||12/2016|
|Villa Park Mobile Estates
Operated By: LB Villa Park LLC, Les Frame Management Inc
|6475 Atlantic Ave||Long Beach||CA||90805||562-422-3140||432||0||0||AA||1,050||10/2019|
|Wayside Trailer Park
Operated By: Diversified Income Properties LP
|234 E 47th St||Long Beach||CA||90805||310-428-0633||50||0||0||AA|
|Westland Trailer City
Operated By: Alevy Westland MHP LLC
|6665 Long Beach Blvd||Long Beach||CA||90805||310-639-7130||106||99||0||AA||1,000||10/2019|
Operated By: Resident Owned Community (ROC)
|3595 Santa Fe Ave||Long Beach||CA||90810||562-424-3233||305||0||0||AA||205
|Total Spaces:||2,002||183||0||* 1,039|
* Average Rent Excludes Windward Village HOA Fee.
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