Herald Examiner

$56.4M Given for Herald Examiner Building Renovation

A $56.4 million bridge financing loan was given for the redevelopment of the Herald Examiner Building in downtown L.A., HFF announced Jan. 18.
13034 Excelsior Dr.

Koll Buys Norwalk Freezer Facility for $11.9M

The Koll Company has purchased a 54,000-square-foot freezer facility in Norwalk for $11.9 million, the company announced Jan. 18. The seller was Klein Investments Family.

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St. Vincent Medical Center

Verity Health Gets $610M Offer to Buy St. Vincent, St. Francis and two NorCal Hospitals

El Segundo-based Verity Health System of California Inc. has agreed to sell St. Vincent and St. Francis medical centers to Riverside-based KPC Group along with two Northern California hospitals for $610 million, unless there is a higher offer.

UPDATED: Skechers Stock Gives Up Gains After Rumors Surface That VF Corp. in Talks to Buy

Manhattan Beach-based Skechers USA Inc. gave up about 1 percent of its gains in trading Friday after a Twitter post the previous day indicated that the lifestyle and performance footwear company was in advanced talks to be acquired by VF Corp. for $40 a share.
Jeb Bush, Paul Jacobs

Get Heal Taps Two for Board: Former Qualcomm Chairman Jacobs, Former Florida Gov. Bush

Get Heal Inc., a Century City-based company that makes physician house calls at the touch of a mobile app, has named one-time Qualcomm Chairman Paul Jacobs and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush to its board.


Rendering of 325 N. Maple

Live Nation Signs Lease for Old Beverly Hills Post Office Building

Beverly Hills-based Live Nation has signed a lease for 95,217-square-feet at The Post in Beverly Hills, according to a source familiar with the matter.

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Los Angeles Business Journal Publisher Anna Magzanyan talks to Spectrum TV about Inglewood’s changing landscape as commercial and residential real estate projects begin to take shape in the city.

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Training or Gaming?

Zwift straddles the exercise and e-sports market with cycling software

Professional cycling and e-sports collide at Zwift.


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Redesign for Hodgetts and Fung

ARCHITECTURE: Firm joins Mithun, broadens focus

Hodgetts and Fung merger with Mithun may open door to larger projects.


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Bank Branch Closures Rise

FINANCE: 2018 numbers worst for L.A. since 2008

L.A. County sees largest number of bank branch closings since Great Recession.


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Long Road for Short Videos

MEDIA: Fiction Riot looks to make name in nascent market

Fiction Riot looks to jump into short-form video market.


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The ‘Wood is Good

Inglewood rises as football stadium, other projects progress

Inglewood getting its time in the Southern California limelight.


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Herald Examiner

$56.4M Given for Herald Examiner Building Renovation

A $56.4 million bridge financing loan was given for the redevelopment of the Herald Examiner Building in downtown L.A., HFF announced Jan. 18.
13034 Excelsior Dr.

Koll Buys Norwalk Freezer Facility for $11.9M

The Koll Company has purchased a 54,000-square-foot freezer facility in Norwalk for $11.9 million, the company announced Jan. 18. The seller was Klein Investments Family.

January 15, 2019

Los Angeles Business Journal Publisher Anna Magzanyan talks to Spectrum TV about Inglewood’s changing landscape as commercial and residential real estate projects begin to take shape in the city.

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St. Vincent Medical Center

Verity Health Gets $610M Offer to Buy St. Vincent, St. Francis and two NorCal Hospitals

El Segundo-based Verity Health System of California Inc. has agreed to sell St. Vincent and St. Francis medical centers to Riverside-based KPC Group along with two Northern California hospitals for $610 million, unless there is a higher offer.
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The Los Angeles Business Journal will host a discussion on economic trends and forecasts at City Club. Our panel of regional experts will share their insights on the biggest headlines and where the market is going in 2019. Conversation topics include tax reform, new policies, real estate, financial investments and much more.

UPDATED: Skechers Stock Gives Up Gains After Rumors Surface That VF Corp. in Talks to Buy

Manhattan Beach-based Skechers USA Inc. gave up about 1 percent of its gains in trading Friday after a Twitter post the previous day indicated that the lifestyle and performance footwear company was in advanced talks to be acquired by VF Corp. for $40 a share.
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Get Heal Taps Two for Board: Former Qualcomm Chairman Jacobs, Former Florida Gov. Bush

Get Heal Inc., a Century City-based company that makes physician house calls at the touch of a mobile app, has named one-time Qualcomm Chairman Paul Jacobs and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush to its board.

Events

The Los Angeles Business Journal will host a discussion on economic trends and forecasts at City Club. Our panel of regional experts will share their insights on the biggest headlines and where the market is going in 2019. Conversation topics include tax reform, new policies, real estate, financial investments and much more.