An L.A. institution is available for sale—though not on the residential side of the market. West Hollywood’s iconic nightclub, The Abbey, and it’s accompanying Chapel, have been listed with requests for offers.
According to marketing materials, the sale is to include the operating business, brand, trademarks, and trophy West Hollywood real estate. The buildings along Roberson Boulevard measure some 9,540 square feet, situated on more than 12,000 square feet of land.
In 1991, Abbey founder David Cooley invested in a small space in West Hollywood that he renovated into a coffeehouse called the Abbey. After 25 years and five expansions, today’s Abbey has been named the Best Gay Bar in the World by numerous outlets.
No word yet on the motivation for the sale or what the property could go for in a final sale.
Cooley himself recently made residential real estate headlines of his own with the sale of his Hancock Park property for more than $6.7 million. Our Beverly Hills expert Rochelle Maize repped Cooley in the deal.
Brandon Michaels and Matthew Luchs of the Brandon Michaels Group hold the commercial listing.