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Southwest Mobile Storage - Best Mobile Storage & Office Containers In North Hills, CA

Southwest Mobile Storage is a family-owned shipping container business founded in 1995. Our strength for more than 25 years comes from the specialized knowledge and passion of our people, along with serving over 24,000 commercial, construction and residential customers. Our facility and expertise in maintaining, manufacturing, and delivering corrugated steel containers is unrivaled in the industry.

While the rental side of our business is regional with branches throughout the Southwest, our container sales and modification operations are nationwide and becoming global. North Hills, CA offers a wide selection of portable offices and mobile storage containers you can rent, buy or modify.

Our experts in container rental, sales and customization are committed to providing you the highest quality and best experience from service to delivery - our reputation depends on it.

Whether your need is for storage, office space, moving, multi-purpose or custom use, we've got your back. Here's how:

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NO MATTER YOUR NEED, WE'VE GOT YOUR BACK.

STORE AT YOUR LOCATION

We bring your storage container to you for convenient, easy access at your home, business or jobsite. Plus, you'll get more choice in storage space and better security, for a fraction of the cost of a pod or add on building, saving money and energy.

STORE AT OUR LOCATION

Not enough room to keep a storage container at your business, home or construction site? No problem - we can store it for you. Plus, you get 70% more space and better security, for a fraction of the cost of public storage units.

CUSTOM STORAGE

Need a permanent storage solution for your business, residence or construction? We sell new and used shipping containers in many sizes with a variety of add-ons. Or customize a container to your specific storage needs with our certified fabrication experts.

LOCAL MOVE

Take your time packing with our moving containers. We'll deliver to your business or home and pick it up whenever you're ready to move. So, you don't have to stress about moving or making multiple trips in one day, like if you rented a moving truck.

LONG-DISTANCE MOVE

Our moving container solutions ensure the long-distance move of your home or business is highly efficient and affordable throughout the southwest. In fact, we usually cost 20%-40% less than full-service movers.

MOVING & STORAGE

We understand move-in and move-out dates might be different. We can store your moving container at our highly secure facilities until you're ready to move to your new home or business location, and you can conveniently access it at any time.

OFFICE USE

Whether you need a workspace, conference room, or other office requirement, our ground-mounted mobile offices meet any and all of your business needs. Plus, it's faster and easier than building additions.

BUSINESS USE

If you need your shipping container to serve multiple uses, such as office-storage combos, breakrooms and even utilities, we've got you covered. We'll modify a custom container to fit your business needs and bring your business to the next level

CUSTOM USE

We'll create a custom container to fit your unique needs anywhere in the US. With our container modification expertise, we make any idea a reality. From pop-up stores to multi-story structures, our unrivaled facilities and fabrication experts do it all.

You'll get your own dedicated storage and container expert to serve as your one point of contact for easy, convenient service you can trust.
With our wide selection of intermodal containers for sale and rent, you'll find exactly what you need, from size, to type and condition.
We maintain our rental fleet to the highest standard - our integrity depends on it.
Our certified, experienced Conex container modification experts have more than 500 years combined experience modifying ISO containers.
All of our containers come with high security dual-locking system for no additional charge, so you can rest assured your stored items stay safe and that you don't have to pay extra for it.
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At our unrivaled 90,000 sq ft indoor fabrication facility, ensuring your custom shipping container is made exactly to your specifications.
With our level of service, quality and expertise, you won't find a better value anywhere else.
Our portable offices include lighting and electrical outlets, internet hookups, HVAC and were crafted by our in-house steel container fabrication experts for top-quality construction.

Premium Quality - High Security

With Southwest Mobile Storage, you get much more than a POD or typical Conex box. You also get high security, unparalleled service and unmatched container modification expertise and facilities. No other company offers that much.

Shipping containers and storage containers come in a range of sizes. The most common external lengths are 20ft and 40ft with a width of 8ft. ISO Containers are typically 8ft 6in tall, but high cube containers are 9ft 6in tall. We also have steel containers in a variety of sizes from 10ft long to 45ft long to rent or buy, and we can modify shipping containers into any size you want.

 Rent Storage Containers North Hills, CA

SMS Mobile Storage Containers have these high quality features:

1/8" thick steel plate bottom side rails
High strength steel supporting cross members
1 1/8" thick hardwood floor with galvanized self-tapping screws
16-gauge corrugated steel walls
16-gauge roof
270-degree swing cargo door(s)
High security dual-locking system*
Spot-grinded, primed & repainted with a beige high-grade water reducible alkyd direct-to-metal enamel*
* Comes standard on all rental units

SMS portable workspace containers have these structural features:

High security window bars, lever & deadbolt set with lock box
Studs & R-19 Insulation covered with wood paneling
1 1/8" marine board floor is covered with a durable single part gray epoxy coating
Dual pane low-E horizontal sliding windows with screens and miniblinds
18 Gauge steel polystyrene core 3-hour fire rated personnel door
All of our workspaces are manufactured in-house and arrive new or restored to factory specifications
Exterior load center operating on 100 Amp single phase 230 Volt power
Light switch, receptacles and 4' light fixtures; all wiring is Romex 12/2
CAT-6 voice and data lines with electrical junction box
HVAC units ranging from 1 ton to 2 ton on rentals; ability to customize up to 10 tons of cooling

Having flexible storage containers options is important, but security is crucial to protect your peace of mind and your possessions.

At Southwest Mobile Storage, we don't believe in leaving things to chance. We want you to rest easy knowing your inventory, documents, tools, equipment and other items are safe 24/7. That is why we equip SMS high-security slide bolt locking systems and lockboxes on our entire fleet of rental freight containers.

EVERY ONE OF OUR MOBILE STORAGE CONTAINERS FOR RENT IN North Hills, CA, INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING SAFETY MEASURES:

High-security slide-bolt locking system and extra-long lock box, giving you twice the security and peace of mind.
No holes to ensure your rental shipping container is wind and water-tight.
No rust for your safety.
14-gauge corrugated steel for strength and reinforcement.

Contact us to speak with a helpful, friendly representative to better understand our full range of capabilities. We are happy to answer any questions you have, go over pricing and set up a time and place to deliver your Conex box. Our quotes are 100% free and you are under no obligation to pay for your consultation.

COMMERCIAL STORAGE CONTAINERS TO RENT, BUY OR MODIFY IN North Hills, CA

When you own a business or manage one, it's crucial to have efficient, affordable ways to store inventory and supplies, whether it's to grow your business or adapt to changes in the market, like the many caused by the pandemic.

Renting storage containers to keep at your business eliminates the cost and hassles of sending your staff to offsite storage facilities. Steel containers with roll up doors make storing and retrieving items faster and easier. Auto repair shops and other businesses that need easy access throughout the workday to secure storage for tools, parts, equipment or supplies find renting shipping containers to be the best solution for their business storage needs. Southwest Mobile Storage has your back.

 Storage Containers For Rent North Hills, CA

Renting portable offices gives your business more workspace, breakrooms, pop up stores, security booths and more, without the cost and red tape associated with constructing building additions. Plus, a steel storage container fits neatly into one parking space and provides much stronger security than Pods and way more convenience than self-storage units.

If you have a specific need, we can modify shipping containers to build whatever you need to grow your business. Whether it's a portable workspace to run your business, like a pop-up container bar, or a durable facility for scientific research, like a container laboratory, or even a container gym, our unrivaled fabrication facility and modification experts got you covered. Our full-time, in-house staff of certified welders, engineers, electricians, carpenters and painters have over 500 years combined experience modifying thousands of container projects for just about any business use you can imagine.

WHETHER YOUR BUSINESS IS COMMERCIAL, HEALTHCARE, GOVERNMENT OR EDUCATION, OR YOUR INTEREST IS TO RENT, BUY OR MODIFY SHIPPING CONTAINERS, SMS HAS YOU COVERED:

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Offsite storage alternatives cause a mess of hassles and headaches. Expanding office space and storage capacity at your location saves time, money and hassle of making multiple trips offsite.
We offer more choice in security, size and features in steel Conex boxes or ISO shipping containers than a public storage unit or Pod for less cost and far greater service.
We offer flexible, month-to-month rental agreements and prorate by the day after your first 28-day billing cycle.
With us, you get a dedicated account manager you can rely on, so you can focus on running your business than waste time with a different person every time you call that doesn't know or care as much.
While other companies may have some staff for modifying containers, most outsource the work, so you don't know who is actually doing the modifications or how much they're marking up the price.
 Mobile Storage Containers North Hills, CA
When you modify a shipping container for your business, you won't have to worry about expensive, lengthy and complicated construction.
We have modified thousands of containers nationwide and internationally for more than 25 years for NASA, US Navy, GCP Applied Technologies, Helix and Sundt to name a few. And rent containers to Amazon, Walmart and many of other nationally recognized brands.
Our extensive staff makes it possible to custom build multiple projects simultaneously and our 90,000 sq ft indoor fabrication facility prevents contaminants from interfering with fabrication, which delivers better quality and precision.

CUSTOM CONTAINERS FOR YOUR HOME IN North Hills, CA

Building additions to your home can be very expensive and requires going through the hassle of securing permits and waiting for construction. You can save money, time and stress by modifying a shipping container instead. Whether you need additional space for a home gym, recreation or storage, we can convert steel containers into anything you can imagine. Our custom container gyms, man-caves or she-sheds, garages and more give you the extra space you need without the hassle, cost and wait that comes with home renovation.

Renting shipping containers for temporary storage, either when moving or dealing with restoration from a fire or flood, provides a secure, convenient way to keep your belongings close for accessing them whenever you need to. Plus, renting mobile storage containers for moving costs less than traditional movers and allows you to take your time packing, reducing the stress that comes from moving. You can also rent portable offices for your home to make working remotely distraction-free.

 Rent Shipping Containers North Hills, CA

HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE US TO RENT, BUY OR MODIFY A SHIPPING CONTAINER FOR YOUR HOME:

With an extensive in-house staff and 90,000 sq ft container modification facility, we're able to deliver consistently high quality and work on multiple projects simultaneously for a fast turnaround.

Other companies don't have the facility, staff or resources to modify shipping containers and will outsource the work to various shops who may not have the special experience or tools needed to modify the right way.

You can rest assured knowing your custom container is safe in our hands. Our certified weld and quality control inspectors ensure everything is structurally sound and built to your specifications through every step of the process.

Renting a moving container from us makes your move much less stressful because you won't have to rush to pack your whole house into a moving truck in one day. Instead, you can take your time packing over the course of a month.

Our ISO shipping containers are weatherproof and come with vault-like security, so you don't have to worry about theft or damage to your belongings.

You won't get that level of security from U-Haul or other moving truck companies.

Renting a storage container at your home keeps your belongings close and gives you convenient 24/7 access, so you're always able to retrieve the contents of your container when you need to.

We know move in and move out dates don't always line up. We can store your packed rental container at our secure facility until your new home is ready.

With our mobile storage containers for rent in North Hills, CA, you can save up to 40% when compared to full-service long-distance movers, while gaining more flexibility in your schedule.

MOBILE STORAGE CONTAINERS & PORTABLE OFFICES TO RENT, BUY OR MODIFY IN North Hills, CA

We know your needs may change suddenly. With our extensive inventory and variety of sizes of portable offices and shipping containers to rent, buy or modify in North Hills, CA, we provide fast service and the best value possible so it's easy for you to get whatever you need when you need it.

Renting storage containers and portable offices from us gives you more flexibility when it comes to your schedule and options. If you don't have enough space at your current location or simply would prefer offsite storage, you can keep your rental storage and office containers at your location or ours - whichever is most convenient for you. You also get more options to choose from when it comes to size and features, like portable offices with divided rooms for private meetings or office/storage combos for storage and office space in one container. All while costing a fraction of the price of a pod or self-storage facility.

You can also buy new or used freight containers from us and choose from a variety of add-ons, including lights, electricity, doors and windows. Or fully customize a shipping container to save time, money and energy by skipping the expensive, lengthy process of constructing building additions. We can modify a Conex box into whatever you can imagine for any use you need, from construction tool cribs to office buildings, monitoring stations, mobile communication towers and much more. The possibilities are endless.

HERE'S HOW WE'VE GOT YOUR BACK:

You'll never face hidden fees or surprises with us. We give you transparent billing up front at the best prices.

With us, you get a reliable, dedicated point of contact, who keeps you updated every step of the way. You can rest assured knowing you'll always get what you need, when you need it.

No other company has the breadth and depth of staff and experience that we do when it comes to modifying shipping containers. Our certified welders, engineers, electricians, plumbers, carpenters and painters have more than 500 years of combined experience in fabricating custom steel containers.

We prorate your rent by the day after the first 28-day billing cycle, so you don't have to pay for a full month when you only have your mobile containers and offices for a few days.

While other companies may be able to do small container modifications, most don't have an in-house fabrication staff or 90,000 sq ft fabrication facility like we do. As a result, they outsource the work on your custom container, so you don't know who's actually building it.

Rest assured knowing your modified shipping container will be built to the highest quality standards. Our certified weld and quality control inspectors check every step of the fabrication process to ensure everything is structurally sound and built to your specifications.

HOW RENTING A STORAGE CONTAINER AND MOBILE OFFICE WORKS

Whether you're in need of a storage container for your commercial business, a portable office for your construction site, or a moving container for your home, our process is simple and straightforward.

Choose Your Container

Choose the mobile storage solution that works best for your needs. In this step, you will let us know the number of containers you need, their sizes and what types of doors to equip.

Choose Your Options

Let us know if you would like to add any of our rental options, like a folding table or shelving.

Choose Your Security

Choose from padlocks, puck locks and other enhanced security options. All of our storage containers come standard with dual-locking, vault-like security.

Choose Your Delivery Timeframe

You can expect standard delivery within 3-5 days of your order. If you need expedited delivery, we will do everything in our power to accommodate your needs.

Pick-Up Planning

Do you need to keep your shipping container at our location? Prefer to have our team deliver your packed container to a location of your choice? Let us know, and we'll be by your side to work out the logistics.

HOW RENTING A STORAGE CONTAINER AND MOBILE OFFICE WORKS

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DETERMINE DESTINATION

Let our team know where we should deliver your mobile storage container for rent in North Hills, CA. Be sure to let us know if there are any special conditions that might prevent our drivers from entering your chosen destination. Before you schedule your delivery, let us know which direction you would like the doors of your container to face.

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SCHEDULE DATE & TIME

Our drivers can deliver your storage container Monday-Friday, between the hours of 6AM and 2PM local time. Our two-hour delivery window is the most precise in the industry. If you desire another delivery time outside of our standard delivery options, we will do our best to accommodate your needs. As a courtesy, our driver will call you at least 30 minutes before they arrive at your drop-off destination.

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PREPARE FOR YOUR MOBILE STORAGE CONTAINER DELIVERY

Before we deliver your Conex box, prepare your delivery area by ensuring that there are no low overhangs, arches, wires, trees or any other obstacles that could interfere with your delivery. It's a good idea to mark the space where you would like your steel container placed.

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DELIVERY & SETUP

When our driver arrives, they will back our truck into the space where you would like your shipping container placed. Once we arrive, we will ensure that your container is delivered safely and securely. If placed on asphalt or pavement, we will use wood dunnage pads to make sure your ground surface is protected and the container is level.

HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT MOBILE CONTAINERS TO Rent, Buy OR Modify IN North Hills, CA?

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Latest News in North Hills, CA

Killeen, Texas Is One of 8 Top Cities In the State Headed Toward A Housing Crisis

OK, let’s be real honest here: the current housing market conditions in Killeen, Texas have been quite fluid. I know firsthand, because we were on the hunt when we first got here and things have taken a turn. Folks right now aren't selling because they want to and are going to make a huge profit. They are selling because they can't afford to live anymore.Many Texas are struggling to stay in their current homes, let alone having the means to be able t...

OK, let’s be real honest here: the current housing market conditions in Killeen, Texas have been quite fluid. I know firsthand, because we were on the hunt when we first got here and things have taken a turn. Folks right now aren't selling because they want to and are going to make a huge profit. They are selling because they can't afford to live anymore.

Many Texas are struggling to stay in their current homes, let alone having the means to be able to purchase one. With the median single-family home price increasing its way up to 8.6% from just last year, it’s at a whopping $398,500 according to the National Association of Realtors. While home prices went up, making it harder for many to purchase, the costs have also gone up to stay in and maintain these homes.

A housing crisis definitely looms over the Lone Star State. There are 8 specific cities within the state though that show negative signs that this potential crisis may be rapidly nearing. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the 2020 American Surveys data was analyzed by GoBankingrates.com. They put together a list of precisely which cities in Texas are heading the way of a housing crisis. Here they are.

The total housing units in Laredo are 72,328. Almost a whopping 50% of homes for sale in Laredo are or have been foreclosed on. Over 3% of these homeowners are 30-90+ days delinquent on their mortgage. Let me just say yikes!

Total housing units are 874,827.1.5% of homeowners are delinquent, and get this, almost 75% of homes for sale are or have been foreclosed on. 75%? This can't be real.

Total housing units, 54,840. They have around the same percentage of 30-90+ day delinquent homeowners as Houston. This is a lot compared to how big Houston is. There’s less inventory and another thing Killeen has a lot of, is homes that are for sale or have been foreclosed upon. Almost 12% to be exact. The amount of vacant homes is rising to 4% which could be due to the proximity of the military installation Fort Hood and the constant revolving door the city plays with the military members. That's huge though.

230,905 total housing units, and they are seeing almost 20% of homes that are or have been foreclosed on in

Corpus' housing unit total at 117,789 is needing a life raft with their deliquency percentages and foreclosures, and their homeowner vacancy rate is currently climbing to a staggering 2%.

I'd say 53,506 total housing units in Brownsville looks pretty concerning with their almost 25% of homes dealing with foreclosure.

With 76,778 total housing units, besides a high percentage of delinquency. Amarillo has a lot of owner vacant homes. What’s going on Amarillo?

Total housing units are 50,108. There isn't a lot of inventory in Waco. However, the inventory that they do have is landing right on a trend with cities like Amarillo and Brownsville.

If you are a current homeowner that lives in any of these 8 cities, (I'm sure you know this) if you can get back on track, or at least break even selling your home, that could be a much better solution than foreclosure. On the other hand, if you plan on buying a home in any of these cities I’d wait it out. Start doing your research and homework and be one of the first in line to hop on many of these houses that will be on the market real soon.

Let’s talk about it. How do you feel about this Killeen? Download our free app. Tap the chat button and let me know your thoughts on this. Until the next epsiode. K-Lew out!

Protestors rallied at one of oldest houses in North Hills to stop school from being built

NORTH HILLS, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Protestors gathered in North Hills at the site of one of the oldest houses in the community. The house dates all the way back to 1914. Neighbors say they're concerned about plans by Valor Academy to build a new elementary school on the lot."It's not a big enough area, there's already enough congestion in the morning and afternoon on Plummer here. We need more green spaces; we need more parks," said North Hills resident Tina Purwin.Many community members say there are more than 20 sch...

NORTH HILLS, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Protestors gathered in North Hills at the site of one of the oldest houses in the community. The house dates all the way back to 1914. Neighbors say they're concerned about plans by Valor Academy to build a new elementary school on the lot.

"It's not a big enough area, there's already enough congestion in the morning and afternoon on Plummer here. We need more green spaces; we need more parks," said North Hills resident Tina Purwin.

Many community members say there are more than 20 schools in the area and they would rather preserve the house and use the land to build a park instead.

"They want to build this school in the middle of Plummer Street and Sepulveda Middle School is already at the corner. We really feel the best thing to do is to improve the schools and the infrastructure that we already have," said North Hills Preservation Consortium President Debora Masterson. "We don't need to build a new school we need to improve the schools."

Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez hasn't taken a position on the plan but submitted a letter to the Cultural Heritage Commission requesting the house be designated as a historical cultural monument. Even if that happens, officials with the charter school say they plan on preserving the house and will build the school campus around it.

"So, we have been working diligently with the local council office, with the Cultural Heritage Commission and we have full intention on preserving the house," said Valor Academy Executive Director Hrag Hamalian. "That has always been part of the plan. And what a beautiful way to take a historical monument, preserve it, and put it right next to the future of our community."

Valor Academy currently has its elementary school in Arleta and the school says moving the location would benefit the students and parents.

"I think for our parents the proximity of the schools is also very important because ultimately the morning time just become crucial times for them dropping off their students," said Valor Academy High School Principal Dr. Evelyn Licea.

The school is still in escrow with the current homeowner, but the Cultural Heritage Commission will have another meeting in the near future to decide if the property will be designated as a historical house.

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Proposed mega Home Depot fuels opposition in Granada Hills

Nearly 10 months after the popular Regency Theaters in Granada Hills was acquired by Home Depot, a new plan envisions turn the theater and a dozen shops and restaurants into an imposing mega hardware store.The Atlanta-based home improvement chain bought the Regency Theatre building in October for $37 million. Its plan calls for a 136,000 sq. foot main building and 28,000 sq. ft. garden center at the intersection of Balboa Boulevard and Devonshire Street.The plan quickly drew criticism from surrounding communities concerned abou...

Nearly 10 months after the popular Regency Theaters in Granada Hills was acquired by Home Depot, a new plan envisions turn the theater and a dozen shops and restaurants into an imposing mega hardware store.

The Atlanta-based home improvement chain bought the Regency Theatre building in October for $37 million. Its plan calls for a 136,000 sq. foot main building and 28,000 sq. ft. garden center at the intersection of Balboa Boulevard and Devonshire Street.

The plan quickly drew criticism from surrounding communities concerned about parking, traffic — and the loss of their area’s popular theater and 12 businesses including O.Tofu House & Pankko Tonkatsu restaurant, according to a representative with the Los Angeles Planning Department.

Representatives of Home Deport have filed an application with city planners, disclosing their intent to build a vast store with a garden center at 16830 Devonshire Street that would require demolition of numerous businesses in the northeast part of the shopping center. A total of 456 parking spaces are planned, and 33 bicycle spaces, according to documents filed with the city.

Dave Beauvais, former president of the Granada Hills South Neighborhood Council, said the reason some neighbors and business owners are upset is because the concept moved forward without enough neighborhood input.

“It appears it’s just a done deal without any input from the community,” he said. “That’s the biggest problem.”

He said the shopping center, home to a supermarket, restaurants, a bank, the movie theater and many other businesses, was “a lousy place to put a big hardware store.”

“My concerns would be, is it a good fit in that shopping center?” he said. “You’re replacing a bunch of small retail stores and the theater — where most of the traffic was (going) on evenings and weekends — with a huge 140,000 sq. foot store. It’s going to draw traffic from all over the north Valley,” he said.

The new store would be nearly twice as large as the theater’s footprint. An owner of a building adjacent to Regency Theaters declined to comment, but said he’d already hired a lawyer to sue Home Depot. Representatives of Home Depot didn’t immediately return requests for comment.

Granada Hills resident Linda Williamson said, “There’s a variety of businesses which serve a variety of purposes and I am not delighted about a single business replacing this variety.”

She added that building a massive hardware store would not serve the community’s needs and would be “a significant change to the character of the neighborhood.”

“A community is a diverse group of people with a diverse group of needs,” Williamson said. “That’s why there’s a diverse group of businesses there, to serve them. And for Home Depot corporation — it feels like they’re just coming in and saying: ‘No, no, no, all you need is one giant hardware store.’”

She added that demolishing the popular theater and shops would clearly lead to the loss of “a good family-friendly activity.”

Michael Benedetto, president of the Granada Hills South Neighborhood Council, said the new project would displace businesses that “Granada Hills has come to know and love.” Ralphs and AutoZone, which are located on a separate parcel, would remain, according to the city planning department.

He added that the neighborhood council’s position on the project is neutral, but “this has been a tremendous community concern. We get a lot of emails from a lot of different people.”

He said that although residents had “mixed feelings” about the mega Home Depot, nearly 80% of them opposed it, especially due to the loss of the beloved Regency Theaters, which has been showing films in Granada Hills for more than 25 years.

The neighborhood council will have a town hall in the next few weeks with representatives from Home Depot and the city planning department who will answer questions and share their plans for the new store.

North Hills real estate transactions for the week of April 10, 2022

BellevueRichard Jones sold property at 621 Cliff Ave. to Katelyn Nadel for $157,500.David Anthony sold property at 566 Highland Pl to Peoples Properties LLC for $110,700.Raymond Reed Jr. sold property at 29 N Bryant Ave. to Scott Taylor and Tamar Kamin for $275,000.Stephen Williams sold property at 663 North Ave. to Rebecca Kirschbaum for $192,000.Andrew Sclight sold property at 158 S Bryant Ave. to Deanna Sue Chilian for $247,033.Andrew Grzebieniak sold property at 173-175 Spring Ave. to Kye LLC for...

Bellevue

Richard Jones sold property at 621 Cliff Ave. to Katelyn Nadel for $157,500.

David Anthony sold property at 566 Highland Pl to Peoples Properties LLC for $110,700.

Raymond Reed Jr. sold property at 29 N Bryant Ave. to Scott Taylor and Tamar Kamin for $275,000.

Stephen Williams sold property at 663 North Ave. to Rebecca Kirschbaum for $192,000.

Andrew Sclight sold property at 158 S Bryant Ave. to Deanna Sue Chilian for $247,033.

Andrew Grzebieniak sold property at 173-175 Spring Ave. to Kye LLC for $255,600.

Kim Stewart sold property at 9-1/2 Spring St. to Andrew Klingensmith for $83,800.

Franklin Park

Michael Fox sold property at 1643 Blackburn Heights Drive to Ankur-Aaron Basant Sharma for $760,000.

Estate of Santo Lamarco sold property at 2536 Cole Road to 1NREI Fund LLC for $122,000.

James Baker sold property at 2622 Cole Road to Gregory and Brooke Baker for $460,000.

Xiao Long Jiang sold property at 2023 Connecticut Ln to Krishnaprasad Chetla and Anusha Chada for $408,000.

Yicheng Bai sold property at 2029 Connecticut Ln to Nakul Girish and Mathangi Venkatarangan for $445,000.

Mark Ferrelli sold property at 2470 Dogwood Drive to Sean and Chloe Williams for $578,000.

Amit Chopra sold property at 2604 Syracuse Ct to Ismail and Fethiye Ozis for $740,000.

Jacob Thomas Luthi sold property at Willow Oak Drive to Luthi Custom Homes LLC for $4,305.

Hampton

Vereit Operating Partnership L.P. sold property at Unknown Address to Realty Income Corp. for $1,223,604.

Shirley Ostrowski sold property at 2337 California Drive to Howard and Kimberly Lippert for $160,000.

Michael Mey sold property at 2343 Highland Ave. to Pamela Beth Soladar for $237,600.

James Lyons-Weiler sold property at 2912 Kilcairn Ln to Sean Tuxill and Bridget Kirkwood for $275,000.

Maryanne Stapleton sold property at 4694 Magnus Drive to Joseph and Sarah Fisher for $378,000.

Christopher Abernethy sold property at 4163 Maple Ln to Kevin and Katherine Higgins for $365,000.

Jack McCrory sold property at 4843 Stonebridge Drive to Jack McCrory and Judith Fisher for $110,000.

Joseph Kriebel Jr. sold property at 4659 Sylvan Drive to Benjamin and Gabriela Walding for $380,000.

Marshall

Scott Stoufflet sold property at 830 Bridle Path Drive to Viateur Habumuremyi and Leoncie Tuyishimire for $368,500.

Weichert Workforce Mobility Inc. sold property at 439 Fairmont Drive to Douglas and Cara Stirling for $495,000.

McCandless

Meath Development Co. Inc. sold property at 143 Aberdeen Ct to Ronald Carlisle for $264,900.

Joshua Campbell sold property at 342 Bauer Drive to Michael Francis Smith and Amanda Mudgett for $405,000.

Adam Kracht sold property at 7013 Bennington Woods Drive to Jacob and Brittany Presutti for $589,000.

Beth DelRosso sold property at 611 Calais Drive Apt 4104 to Aloys and Jing Xu Seeger for $110,000.

Kurt Robert Gingrich sold property at 9195 Collington Sq to Kurt Robert Gingrich Jr. for $225,000.

John Woltz Jr. sold property at 306 Courtney Pl to Brad and Rebecca Vorp for $403,000.

Estate of John Delesio sold property at 9420 David Drive to 114 Morewood LLC for $290,017.

Kristin Ward sold property at 8131 Edwood Road to James Henry and Karen Sue Johnson trustee for $270,000.

Nancy Lee Swearingen sold property at 87 Forestvue Ave. to Linda Giebel for $229,900.

Carl Livermore sold property at 9198 Foxhunt Road to Paul and Sheenan Ann Hatala for $387,500.

Jeffrey Warner sold property at 557 Jefferson St. to Patrick and Leslie Hickerson for $285,000.

Jan Double sold property at 357 Mohican Ave. to Brendan King and Alyssa Messina for $335,000.

Donald Rea sold property at 10496 Olde Villa Drive to Steven and Erica Jones for $21,000.

Peter Menard sold property at 8607 Perry Highway to Neelam RealEsate LLC for $520,000.

Valerie Fulmer sold property at 1858 Sample Road to Alexander Heimann for $289,000.

Carl White sold property at 569 Tyler St. to Evan Michael Levine and Amber Jae Mauric for $319,900.

Matthew Bryan sold property at 601 Westchester Drive to Erica Aileen Bishop for $238,000.

Millvale

Natalie Ann Kasievich sold property at 97 Convent Ave. to Cesar Meza and Minerva Alatorre Moreno for $172,500.

John Sauer sold property at 821 North Ave. to 821 North Avenue LLC for $104,427.

Mark Marfisi sold property at 618 Stanton Ave. to Beacon Hill Property Holdings LLC for $55,000.

NVR Inc. sold property at 177 Dana Drive to Kurt Andrew and Megan Marie Hartfelder for $384,080.

NVR Inc. sold property at 183 Dana Drive to Kevin Shane Wright for $413,935.

Mark Tomer sold property at 1637 Heritage Drive to Katelyn Duran for $515,000.

William Guido sold property at 505 Garden Way to Vikingthor LLC for $325,000.

Todd Karran sold property at 123 Lyndhurst Cir to Sirva Relocation Credit LLC for $857,500.

Sirva Relocation Credit LLC sold property at 123 Lyndhurst Cir to Jorge Mazal and Ashley Anne Crockett for $984,000.

Todd White sold property at 550 Macleod Drive to Thomas and Elaine Carver for $1,825,000.

Camp Trees Partners L.P. sold property at 302 Red Oak Ct to Martin Grilli and Sarah Cristie Collins for $623,530.

Daniel Young sold property at 608 Rosecliff Road to Joseph Scott and Ronni Silver Pelle for $395,000.

Camp Trees Partners L.P. sold property at 228 Tamarack Drive to Tae-Yeon Won and Youngkyung Su for $587,315.

Glen Sharrer sold property at 140 Tanglewood Drive to Edward and Danielle Willson for $620,000.

Catherine Carter trustee sold property at 108 W Wild Cherry Drive to Chad and Olivia Ann Hileman for $883,600.

Robert Yellenik sold property at 3064 White Pine Drive to Kenneth and Joyce Ott for $650,000.

Reserve

Karen Friend trste sold property at 2310 Cronemeyer Ave. to Edward Hunkele for $160,000.

Joseph Hogg sold property at 3322 Spring Garden Road to Valorie Ventures LLC for $70,000.

Richland

Vereit Operating Partnership L.P. sold property at Unknown Address to Realty Income Corp. for $3,226,413.

Thomas McKinney trustee sold property at 236 Benedick Road to Nathan and Renee Frazier for $240,000.

Robert Kimble Jr. sold property at 343 Forestwood Drive to Jason and Stacey Curless for $291,000.

David Bailey sold property at 4301 Grandview Drive to Joseph and Rachel Yamrozik for $451,000.

Paul Moudry sold property at 5314 Hardt Road to Cody and Miranda Ward for $236,750.

Venkateshwarlu Kalsani sold property at 403 Minglewood Drive to Justin and Sherlyn J Lee for $505,000.

Jeremy Ferderber sold property at 1523 Mountainview Drive to Manuel and Denise Velarde for $403,000.

John Stevenson sold property at 606 Penn Tree Drive to Gregory and Kristen Rowe for $510,000.

Gus Nicholas sold property at 124 Berwyn Road to Justin and Caitlin Steel for $385,000.

Richard Gnipp sold property at 117 Buehner Drive to Carl Jason Capone and Michelle Dobias for $299,900.

Estate of Joyce Homiak sold property at 105 Cresthaven Ln to Rommell Alejandro Ramirez and Erika Gabriela Dasilva for $252,500.

Martha Neff sold property at 811 E Monroe Cir to Martha Cheetham Faus for $280,000.

Joseph Benoit sold property at 6 Hiland Valley Drive to Georgiann Kearns for $175,000.

Matthew Oster sold property at 216 Hillendale Road to Shelby Leah Ogozaly for $259,000.

Eric Docherty sold property at 209 Lincoln Ave. to David James Houseman and Mary Rose Krepp for $215,000.

Jayesh Bhanushali sold property at 134 Locust Ct to Murodjon Azimov and Iryna Holovatyuk Azimova for $219,900.

Gregory Difiore sold property at 112 Logan Drive to Robert and Donna Thornburg for $334,262.

Estate of Patty Sly sold property at 4415 Lucerne Ave. to RP2ALL LLC for $108,000.

Maria Solomond sold property at 288 Princeton Ave. to Levi Reihart and Andrea Gardner for $205,000.

John Bozza sold property at 102 Rebecca Ct to Michael and Jessica Bartoldi for $325,000.

Estate of Rita Jean Kovach sold property at 150 Ridgewood Road to Nicholas Dantella and Andrea Lutz for $240,000.

Donald Bohach sold property at 7907 Roderick Drive to Benjamin Edward and Rebekah Lynn Nau for $245,000.

Gregory Policicchio sold property at 111 Siebert Road to Dustin William and Jessica Sorge for $449,900.

Estate of Charles Groomes sold property at 74 Union Ave. to Scottsdale REI LLC for $110,000.

Estate of Lynn Ann Ward sold property at 693 Union Avenue Ext. to Maxwell Creighan for $120,000.

Robert Meinert sold property at Upper Arrowhead Road to Penn Landscaping LLC for $17,500.

Robert Nicolas Soltis sold property at 136 Washington Blvd. to Matthew and Heather Heisel for $272,000.

Shaler

Carol Davis sold property at 41A Bethany Drive to Thomas Martin Palmer and Jennifer Ruthann Hann for $225,000.

Lisa Mary Hrynda sold property at 103 Carl St. to Abigail Anderson for $245,000.

Corelle Properties LLC sold property at 414 DeHaven Ct to 414 Dehaven Court LLC for $121,278.

Lauren Kenzig sold property at 214 E Pennview St. to Stephanie Ranallo for $188,000.

John Sauer sold property at 108 Elfinwild Ln to 108 Elfinwild Lane LLC for $113,283.

Estate of Margaret Gentile sold property at 1500 Fernledge Drive to Scott and Sylvie Lepird for $285,000.

Joseph Demare sold property at 201 Garden Ln to Julie Allison Holsinger for $305,000.

Patricia Lynn Kitchen sold property at 150 Glenwood Ave. to Keson Kaplanek and Ittiphol Dao for $110,000.

Gary Love sold property at 173 Grandview Ave. to Olivia Green for $116,500.

Ronald Hastings sold property at 823 Lincoln Ave. to Clayton Flaherty for $188,000.

Andrew Casciato sold property at 1603 Mt. Royal Blvd. to Sharon Haser for $100,000.

Corelle Properties LLC sold property at 120 Orchard Ave. to 120 Orchard Avenue LLC for $153,996.

James Tarasi sold property at 101 Royal Court Drive to Jeffrey Richards and Fatema Namer for $320,000.

Nancy Jo Diehm sold property at 2647 Sapling St. to Haley Baxter for $219,000.

Michael Milligan sold property at 801 Wible Run Road to Michael and Alexandra Moran for $385,000.

Jennifer Fellows sold property at 3705 Willhaven Drive to Bradley Dietz for $285,000.

Leonard Vincler sold property at 207 Woodland Ave. to Joseph and Kate Smarto for $282,500.

Richard Tartaglione sold property at 149 Clairmont Ave. to Megan Bianco for $185,000.

Eileen Sedor sold property at 164 Lakewood Ave. to Aaron and Rae Marie Leuthe for $209,100.

Judith Lynn Portman sold property at 58 Lakewood Ave. to Stephanie Augustine for $200,000.

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North Hills food scene to be reshaped by Kane Realty's new development

A Raleigh-based developer is bringing a massive food and beverage concept to its new North Hills development.Kane Realty’s efforts to shift away from North Hills' reputation as a fast-casual and chain restaurant hub are continuing. A new freestanding food and beverage building is planned for the firm’s North Hills Innovation District project located between St. Albans Dr...

A Raleigh-based developer is bringing a massive food and beverage concept to its new North Hills development.

Kane Realty’s efforts to shift away from North Hills' reputation as a fast-casual and chain restaurant hub are continuing. A new freestanding food and beverage building is planned for the firm’s North Hills Innovation District project located between St. Albans Drive and Interstate 440.

The single-tenant building will measure 6,000 square feet inside with over 15,000 square feet of outdoor seating, which has become essential for restaurants due to changing consumer demand in a post-pandemic world. The new spot will boast the largest outdoor seating area in North Hills.

Plans for the new building are replacing a concept Kane announced in January 2021. Big Branch Food Hall, a 2-story, 11 tenant food hall spanning 20,000 square feet, is no longer part of the project, a spokesperson told the Triangle Business Journal.

A tenant has not yet been secured, but Kane is in talks with potential users.

“We are creating a distinctive central gathering place in the heart of NHID,” said Stacey Buescher, managing director of operations at Kane. “Through our conversations with local [food and beverage] entrepreneurs, our vision has evolved to align with what they’re most excited about – a well-designed single-tenant space that takes full advantage of NHID’s unique natural setting and provides opportunities for meaningful indoor/outdoor connections.”

The new building will be situated between three previously announced structures in the Innovation District – a retail jewel box named The Pumphouse, Tower V and Channel House. Construction on the space will begin in the summer of 2023 and is slated to complete in the summer of 2024.

The Pumphouse will measure 1,500 square feet inside with additional outdoor “biergarten” space and is slated to open in the second quarter of 2024. Tower V, also opening in the second quarter of 2024, will rise 18 stories with 490,000 square feet of office, retail and restaurant space, according to filings with the City of Raleigh. Channel House will be a 200-unit luxury apartment community opening in the second quarter of 2023 and featuring 14,000 square feet of traditional and micro-retail units dubbed Maker’s Alley.

The food and beverage destination is designed to mimic its natural surroundings with its exterior façade featuring brick and corrugated metal with wood accents. Raleigh-based firm Clearscapes is the architect on the project. The space will also feature original murals and signage, large windows and doors and covered and uncovered patio seating.

The building will back up to Big Branch Creek, and two wooden pedestrian bridges will provide access for diners to parking and other areas of the district.

Kane Realty declined to disclose an estimated cost for the project.

The multi-phase Innovation District project is estimated to total $1 billion when complete. Phase I of the project – the 326-unit Vine North Hills Apartments – delivered in 2020. Construction is currently underway on the second phase.

In June, Kane announced Phase III plans for the district, including a 380-unit mid-rise apartment community. Master planning has already begun for Phase IV, featuring 600 more apartment units, 150,000-square-feet of office space and 15,000 square feet of retail.

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