Hudson Pacific Properties sure is bullish on the Arts District. The west Los Angles real estate investment trust, which bought the former Coca-Cola manufacturing plant in the downtown district three months ago, now is snatching up nearly a complete square block’s worth of properties nearby. Hudson Pacific’s CEO recently said the Arts District “is approaching almost Beverly Hills type rental rates.” See the Los Angeles Business Journal’s coverage here.
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