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The Los Angeles Community College District this week awarded Aecom Technology Corp. a contract to oversee the final phase of the district’s $6 billion capital program.
OP-ED: L.A.’s lack of affordable housing hinders businesses in drawing from skilled pool of employees.
Raphael Bostic, Robin Hughes and Tony Salazar urge L.A. businesses to home in on affordable housing for workers.
Westlake Village homebuilder Ryland Group Inc. on Wednesday sold $250 million in a convertible note offering.
Struggling Beverly Hills real estate developer Alan Casden has sold a 276-unit luxury apartment complex in Burbank that he built in 2010.
Tryperion Partners LLC, a West L.A. real estate investment and advisory firm announced Monday that it had closed its first $50 million fund.
Alexandria Real Estate Equities Inc. late Monday said that it plans to pay down debt by selling 6 million new common shares in a public offering.
HOSPITALITY: Developers check into projects amid recovery.
Hoteliers have shed their recessionary reservations to move forward on a host of projects.
Architect Brenda A. Levin’s business blueprint has included going to the office with her husband every day for more than 30 years.
Ryland Group Inc. is acquiring luxury homebuilder LionsGate Homes in Carrollton, Texas, the company announced Friday.
Earnings at Public Storage Inc. rose in the first quarter due to higher rents and lower vacancies at the company’s storage facilities, even as it disappointed analysts.
Residential mortgage company PennyMac Financial Services Inc. raised $200 million in an initial public offering that began trading on Thursday.
Broadway Financial Corp., which has been working to clear its books of long-standing bad debt, has completed the sale of another $8.7 million worth of non-performing loans.
El Segundo skin care company Murad Inc. announced Tuesday that it would move its global headquarters to a larger space within city limits.
Bank of America Corp. has agreed to pay mortgage insurer MBIA Inc. $1.6 billion to settle legal disputes related to home loans from its Countrywide Financial unit that were packaged into securities during the financial crisis, the bank announced Monday.