Wohl Property Group
Property Manager in San Diego, CA
Structured for efficiency, we currently have the expertise and financial capability to evolve huge projects with the dexterity to react speedily and creatively on more complex or challenging properties. Principals directly manage each project to insure responsiveness, direct accountability, and optimum results. Known for individual service, value and integrity, customer relationships are the cornerstone of our business. Our lasting relationships with real estate brokers, 3rd-party service providers, corporate tenants, and investment capital partners supply a distinct competitive advantage to our full array of services.
Wohl Property Group
read moreThe firm executes development and value-add strategies through joint venture and direct investments, primarily in industrial, office and mixed use assets throughout Southern California's most desirable and competitive infill submarkets. Our seasoned management team averages over 20 years of real estate experience. This cycle-tested perspective enables us to identify potential, capitalize on opportunity, and most importantly, manage risk. We are experts in executing complicated real estate projects and employ detailed knowledge of local markets, product types and properties.
read moreWohl Property Group partners with institutional investors, family offices and high net worth individuals to create real estate investment value through development, strategic acquisitions, asset and property management, and advisory services. We pursue investments where development, repositioning, leasing, or the addition of management expertise can add value. We focus on the intrinsic worth of an investment, total cost basis relative to overall asset quality, and driving a property's operations rather than financial engineering.
read moreThe company traces its origins to 1946, when Emil R. Wohl began as a general contractor in Los Angeles as Wohl-Calhoun Co., focusing on heavy commercial and industrial building construction. In 1958, the company became Emil R. Wohl Construction, and it continued to construct warehouses and manufacturing plants throughout the Southland for clients ranging from local industrial companies to Fortune 500 corporations such as Coca-Cola, Frito-Lay, Heinz, Lockheed-California, Reynolds Metals, and Pacific Telephone, among others.