BEVERLY HILLS—The Temple Emanuel’s Youth Center recently sold to the Miami real estate group Crescent Heights, according to the Real Deal, for $27.4 million. The building, located on 8844 Burton Way, held bat and bar mitzvah’s, engagement parties, as well as the Temple Emanuel Academy Day School, which closed its doors in 2016. The temple still holds event spaces at 300 North Clark Drive in Beverly Hills.

Crescent Heights has built multi-story buildings in Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Miami and Los Angeles. Their most recent project is the luxury, residential building Ten Thousand in Century City which is 40 stories high. Their current Los Angeles project is two towers that surround the Hollywood Palladium, each sitting at 32 stories high with a total of 731 residential units. Details regarding the company’s plans for Temple Emanuel Youth Center has not been disclosed.