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Real Estate Quarterly | Los Angeles continues to draw big names in tech and new media as companies look to establish ties to the entertainment industry and tap into an elite talent pool of workers.
ENTERTAINMENT: Irish officials scrutinize purchase
Bump in road for Live Nation’s global expansion plans.
FINANCE: SoLo Funds aims to attract talent, raise $15M
Microlender SoLo Funds makes L.A. its new home.
ENERGY: Electric vehicle-maker gets big FedEx order
Change in the air for Chanje after FedEx deal.
REAL ESTATE: Renovation trend seen for art institutions
Old is new for L.A.’s real estate developers.
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LABJ January 22, 2019
Google signed a 14-year lease for the renovated West Side Pavilion – a nearly 600,000-square-foot space with room for up to 3,000 employees. And SoLo Funds, which is carving out a new niche in the microlending space, announced plans to move downtown. Los Angeles Business Journal Publisher Anna Magzanyan talks to Spectrum TV about some of the top stories from this week’s issue.