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REAL ESTATE: Prospect of continued rise has some buyers in rush to move in.
Some house hunters fear rising mortgage rates may lock them out of a dream home.
After numerous failed attempts to land a new stadium in their longtime San Diego home, the Chargers have decided to flee the coop and move to Los Angeles.
Los Angeles has won the battle to become home to filmmaker George Lucas’s $1 billion art museum.
Netflix Inc. just put another spotlight on its Hollywood real estate romance. The video streaming company has signed a deal for the full five floors at Cue office building, bringing its total Hollywood footprint to more than 500,000 square feet.
Pasadena has again proved itself a prime target for multifamily developers. A 1.27-acre site on South Lake Avenue near Caltech sold last month for $16.55 million, said listing broker Laurie Lustig-Bower, an executive vice president at CBRE, who fielded offers from nearly 20 prospective buyers over just a couple of months.
Owners of office buildings at Corporate Pointe aim to build up with a new name and focus on creative space.
Opponents of a ballot measure that would limit development in Los Angeles announced late Wednesday that they have reached an agreement to change the language of their ballot argument to settle a lawsuit brought last month by supporters.
The 1940s-era Spruce Goose hangar in Playa Vista sold last week for close to $270 million, on par with the values of modern office campuses that have recently traded in the trendy market.
A judge has agreed to boot Santa Monica developer Neil Shekhter’s NMS Properties from eight properties it manages in Los Angeles while an ownership dispute plays out in the courts.
Although the San Diego Chargers have not yet pulled the plug on their hometown, the team is making plans for a possible move to Los Angeles.
A Japanese investor has swooped into Playa Vista, purchasing the former Spruce Goose hangar that is leased to Google.
An appellate court agreed Tuesday to temporarily halt a trial court’s order stripping control of nine multifamily buildings from Santa Monica developer Neil Shekhter and his NMS Properties Inc. until the judicial panel examines the case more closely.
Fandango is making moves to bulk up. The online movie-ticket seller just signed a lease for a new space in Beverly Hills that is about twice the size of its current headquarters in West L.A.
Some new competitors are coming to the neighborhood of the W Hollywood, but the hotel’s general manager is welcoming them, their restaurants, and shops with open arms.