August 7, 2019 | Professor Alan T. Nissel and the Wilshire Skyline property firm are featured in the Los Angeles Times article, “Historic apartments get a new lease on life.” The article discusses the renovation of a circa-1927 apartment building, the Commodore of Hollywood. Nissel is a principal of Wilshire Skyline and the Geoffrey H. Palmer Distinguished Practitioner in Residence and Faculty Co-Director of the Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship and the Law.
Excerpt from “Historic apartments get a new lease on life”
“It was fully occupied, but in particularly grim condition,” said Alan Nissel, principal of Wilshire Skyline, the Los Angeles-based property management and development firm that bought the building in 2010. “It was sorely in need of new safety measures and a design overhaul.”
The complete article may be found here