El Segundo Private Equity Firm K1 Invests $150M in GoCanvas

El Segundo-based private equity firm K1 Investment Management invested $150 million in GoCanvas Inc., a privately held provider of mobile applications and forms needed for data collection and sharing.
Dave Hagan

Boingo Wireless Appoints New CEO

Chief executive of Westwood-based Wi-Fi provider Boingo Wireless Inc. Dave Hagan announced Feb. 21 he will retire after 17 years with the company. Boingo board member Mike Finley was unanimously elected to fill the vacant CEO seat by the board.

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Century City-based AECOM and Century City-based Canyon Partners have formed a joint venture to provide equity for $4 billion of commercial properties, the companies announced Feb. 19.
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AIDS Healthcare Foundation Sues Over Crossroads Hollywood Project

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation and Livable LA have filed a suit against the City of Los Angeles and the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles over the Crossroads Hollywood project approval.
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City of Hope Receives $12.5 Million Federal Grant to Fight Lymphoma

City of Hope National Medical Center was awarded a $12.5 million federal research grant to develop innovative ways to prevent and treat lymphoma, the hospital announced Feb. 21.


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Blatteis & Schnur Inc. has purchased a mixed-use building in downtown Santa Monica for $24.5 million, Marcus & Millichap announced Feb. 21.

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February 18, 2019

Los Angeles Business Journal Publisher Anna Magzanyan talks to Spectrum News 1 about Float Shuttle, a new company offering short-distance commuter flights around Southern California, plus the 'Oscarnomic' impact of the Academy Awards on local businesses.

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CLOUD COMMUTE

Float Shuttle envisions commuter service that flies over traffic

Float Shuttle looks to the skies to ease L.A. commutes.


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Real Estate Turns to Tech

TECHNOLOGY: Brokers, landlords look for value add

Leasing real estate assets in a high-growth market such as Los Angeles increasingly requires an assist from technology.


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Transplant Nonprofit OneLegacy Sees Growth

HEALTH CARE: Firm’s organ donations, revenue set record

Organ donation facilitator OneLegacy has record 2018.


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BEHIND THE SCENES

Special Report: Entertainment

The aim of this special report is to illuminate some of these tales. We hope you find the articles contained within do just that.


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More Buck, Less Bang

Smaller lessees squeezed on tenant improvements as construction costs rise

All is not equal when it comes to tenant improvement allowances.


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El Segundo Private Equity Firm K1 Invests $150M in GoCanvas

El Segundo-based private equity firm K1 Investment Management invested $150 million in GoCanvas Inc., a privately held provider of mobile applications and forms needed for data collection and sharing.
Dave Hagan

Boingo Wireless Appoints New CEO

Chief executive of Westwood-based Wi-Fi provider Boingo Wireless Inc. Dave Hagan announced Feb. 21 he will retire after 17 years with the company. Boingo board member Mike Finley was unanimously elected to fill the vacant CEO seat by the board.

Spectrum News 1

Los Angeles Business Journal Publisher Anna Magzanyan talks to Spectrum News 1 about Float Shuttle, a new company offering short-distance commuter flights around Southern California, plus the 'Oscarnomic' impact of the Academy Awards on local businesses.

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Rendering of the Ivy Station project

AECOM, Canyon Partners Form Commercial Development Joint Venture

Century City-based AECOM and Century City-based Canyon Partners have formed a joint venture to provide equity for $4 billion of commercial properties, the companies announced Feb. 19.
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The CRE Awards dinner is where we will honor the most successful brokers and broker teams in Los Angeles. We will also be honoring the developer, architect, and general contractor of each award-winning project. Prior to our awards dinner we will be hosting a Commercial Real Estate Outlook and Trends panel. Our panel of experts will weigh in on the latest developments and how the LA market will be impacted this year.
Rendering of the proposed Crossroads Hollywood project

AIDS Healthcare Foundation Sues Over Crossroads Hollywood Project

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation and Livable LA have filed a suit against the City of Los Angeles and the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles over the Crossroads Hollywood project approval.
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City of Hope Receives $12.5 Million Federal Grant to Fight Lymphoma

City of Hope National Medical Center was awarded a $12.5 million federal research grant to develop innovative ways to prevent and treat lymphoma, the hospital announced Feb. 21.

Events

The CRE Awards dinner is where we will honor the most successful brokers and broker teams in Los Angeles. We will also be honoring the developer, architect, and general contractor of each award-winning project. Prior to our awards dinner we will be hosting a Commercial Real Estate Outlook and Trends panel. Our panel of experts will weigh in on the latest developments and how the LA market will be impacted this year.
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