We specialize in Los Angeles commercial real estate including office space, warehouse space, retail space, & restaurant space. We also help with property management, commercial property sales, land sales, apartment building sales, and home sales. We serve all of LA County!
George Bernard Shaw once wrote “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world, the unreasonable man adapts the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”
The greatest minds have produced the greatest shifts in thought by showing the world what they thought was reasonable to be wrong. These people were Albert Einstein who refuted Sir Isaac Newton. And Copernicus who refuted Ptolemy. One of the definitions of “quixotic” is impractical. It is hard to believe that the Sun rotates around the Earth, and not the Earth rotates around the sun, was once believed to be a practical truth to people.
These shifts in thought are the essence of creativity. Seeing what others do not. Making decisions that defy what you might expect with a nod toward the future to create progress in business. Entrepreneurs see opportunity and they take it, and that requires creativity and an audacity to fulfill dreams: whether the entrepreneur is an artist or a financial analyst, or both. As a real estate brokerage, we seek to serve these people. We help them to achieve their real estate investment goals.
To foster long-term relationships with renters, property managers, buyers and owners by providing a positive experience and an excellent service with honesty and integrity: creating continual, mutual, and profitable benefits for all parties involved.
Donegan McCuaig, Founder/CEO/Broker
Donegan graduated with honors from UCLA for his Bachelors Degree in 2006. He’s been licensed by the CA Bureau of Real Estate since 2006 and a licensed broker since 2009. He spent the beginning of his career in apartment management in Orange County. He’s worked in commercial real estate in Los Angeles since 2008 when he began leasing warehouse space to artists: he failed at DTLA commercial real estate his first time around, going into $30,000 credit card debt. He paid it off in apartment management and came back to DTLA in 2012, living in his car for 7 months and in his office for 31 months after that. He is proud to have come so far from such circumstances. Donegan is currently the Chair of the Real Estate Committee for Bringing Back Broadway and a Board Member of the Little Tokyo Business Improvement District/Business Association.