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The Muller Company

The Muller Company

The Muller Company has over 32 years of experience in developing, acquiring and managing office, industrial and retail real estate throughout the western United States, with nearly 9 million square feet currently under management in the California and Phoenix markets. The Muller Company business structure is to form joint ventures with institutional partners with a primary focus on value-added properties.

Empowered by an entrepreneurial spirit and guided by an owner’s perspective, The Muller Company excels at mining the long-term value from every asset that it manages by adding value, either through leasing, capital improvements, refinancing, operational audits and repositioning.

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Phone: 949.460.5380
Fax: 949.586.0470

Westwood Medical Plaza

The Muller Company’s Westwood Medical Plaza in Los Angeles and Taj Mahal Medical Center...

The Muller Company, a full-service real estate company specializing in management, investment and development of commercial real estate in the western United States, announced today that two Southern California medical office buildings owned and managed by The Muller Company have received the 2016 The Outstanding Building of the Year® (TOBY) Award by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) in each of their respective markets.

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