Narine Zardarian of Bailes & Associates, Inc. is tenant representative of choice for Marina Toybina, costume designer to the stars, in the acquisition of her first commercial space in Glendale, California. Marina Toybina is no stranger to a star studded list of clients. However, this renowned designer is a star in her own right, holding three Emmy Awards for her high-end custom-clothing creations. Toybina is designer to Taylor Swift, Shania Twain, Miley Cyrus, Britney Spears, Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry and Selena Gomez, to name a few. To learn more about Marina Toybina, visit http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2887064/.
Narine Zardarian of Bailes & Associates, Inc., expands Innate Family Chiropractic to 104 N. Madison Ave. in Pasadena, doubling the size of their practice. Innate’s, Drs. Adana and Christopher Vargas, are the leading chiropractors in Pasadena and will continue to be fixtures in the community due to their passion and commitment to providing the utmost quality of care to their patients. To learn more about Innate Family Chiropractic, visit http://www.innatefamily.com/aboutus/.
Punta Mita, Mexico – 41 Acres of Fabulous Oceanfront Acreage for Sale Located Just South of Four Seasons Resort and St. Regis
Bailes & Associates, Inc. has been retained as the exclusive agent for the sale of one of the most stunning and expansive oceanfront development sites in Mexico, Costa Banderas. This rare Riviera Nayarit property is located just 10 minutes north of the Puerto Vallarta International Airport and near the Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita. It is comprised of 40.7 acres with entitlements for hotel rooms, residential units or mixed development. Contact Sky Peterson via e-mail at email@example.com or Mark Coffey at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Bailes & Associates, Inc has joined the Irvine Chamber of Commerce and Sky Peterson, Vice President is the representative to this important organization. Bailes & Associates, Inc. has been located in Orange County since 2005 and Irvine since 2008. Sky’s leadership and involvement in this leading business support organization represents his commitment to increasing Bailes & Associates, Inc. profile in the city.
The Irvine Chamber remains the largest business organization in Orange County and one of the most innovative in the nation, and has received a Four Star Accreditation with the United States Chamber of Commerce. The ICC’s mission is to promote an economic climate that strengthens the competitiveness of local businesses while offering members a wide range of benefits, services, programs and information. For further information: http://www.irvinechamber.com.
Gary Pepp, Senior Vice President, of Bailes and Associates, Inc. recently completed the relocation of Dr. Archna Chaudhary to an upgraded office/medical building at 4401 Atlantic Blvd. in Long Beach, CA. Gary negotiated a five year, full service gross, lease at below market rents. Included was a total “turnkey” medical office build out that included 4 exam rooms and an ADA bathroom. Concessions included above building standard materials, rent abatement, free parking and DSL connection to the building’s internet, telephones and the building’s breakroom/kitchen. Dr. Chaudhary was so pleased with Gary that she asked him to find and negotiate another medical office lease in Los Alamitos. As of April 3, 2015, Dr. Chaudhary and the new landlord signed Gary’s negotiated Letter of Intent on the building at 5122 Katella Blvd. in Los Alamitos, CA.
Tenant Representative, Narine Zardarian, relocates the Law Office of Alisa Goukasian from Glendale to 500 E. Olive in Burbank. Ms. Goukasian practices employment law, lemon law, and personal injury.
“I had a very pleasing experience with Narine. She is passionate about her job and gets amazing results for her clients.
Narine was able to negotiate a great lease for my business. She made the entire process very smooth and easy.
She is also very pleasant and personable. I recommend her without any hesitation and very highly.”
— Alisa Goukasian
With the assistance of Narine Zardarian, Allen Industrial Supply, a 50- year old company based out of Burbank, subleased half of its premises to Westlake Pro, a leading name in audio gear and studio design and integration. Westlake Pro has served music industry icons such as Britney Spears, Snoop Dogg, and the legendary, late Michael Jackson.
Exclusive tenant representative Narine Zardarian of Bailes & Associates, Inc. found and negotiated a lease on their new 6,000 square foot location within a two week period. Arguably, Zardarian was able to negotiate the most affordable industrial deal in the San Fernando Valley.
One of Glendale’s most popular eateries, Wooden Fork Restaurant, signs a long-term lease on Brand Blvd. with the diligent assistance of tenant advocate Narine Zardarian of Bailes & Associates, Inc.
Aaron Weiner of Bailes & Associates, Inc. moved venerable aerospace manufacturer Photo-Sonics, Inc. from their ancestral home in Burbank where they were formed and had operated continuously since 1952. During their years in Burbank, the Rancho equestrian neighborhood grew up around them and they found themselves operating peacefully in the middle of a residential community. But the metamorphosis of the neighborhood finally caught up to them and their landlord of more than 60 years (actually the children of the original landlord) sold the property to an owner-user interested in converting the buildings to a campus more in line with the current entertainment industry in Burbank.
“When I was engaged by Photo-Sonics to find them a new building to house their manufacturing, R&D and corporate offices, they made it clear that they needed a lot of hand holding because nobody at the company had ever dealt with this process” Aaron said. “I provided it.”
With the Los Angeles industrial at historically tight levels, there was not much to choose from. Add to that the specific building requirements of a manufacturer and geographical limitations of an R&D company with a team of highly specialized engineers, and we had a huge challenge finding a building that would work for them.
“We entered into negotiations on two occasions with willing landlords but the cost of modifying their buildings turned out to be much more than the either party was comfortable with” Weiner stated. “It was while we were trying to figure out how to amortize extra landlord improvement allowances at the second location that I noticed a familiar 44,400 square foot building coming back on the market with a new owner ready to spend significant dollars to modernize the building. The new landlord’s plans and my client’s needs aligned perfectly and we had a lease signed in 30 days.”
It was a happy ending to a 10 month search. “I never stopped looking for the right building for Photo-Sonics” Aaron said. “And it paid off.”