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Hollywood Hotel Making Room for London Club

EXPANSION: Former home of Redbury will serve as first Hospital Club site in U.S.

The first U.S. outpost of the exclusive London creative social club co-founded by Microsoft Corp. billionaire Paul Allen and Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics is scheduled to open in Hollywood next year.

Pickup of Office Building May Be Snap Decision

LISTING: Snapchat’s parent as tenant could stoke deal for $20 million Venice property.

The site of one of Snap Inc.’s new Venice offices is on the market for $20 million, or a sky-high $2,877 a square foot. The listing went out last week, just days before the maker of the Snapchat photo sharing and message app filed its registration for an initial public offering.

Westside Rentals Sells to CoStar Group

Westside Rentals has found itself a new home. The popular rental listing website was just acquired by CoStar Group Inc., a real estate data service in Washington D.C. that operates Apartments.com., said CoStar in a statement released Wednesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Nordstrom Rack Set to Open First Store Downtown

It took nearly a year, but the FIGat7th mall in downtown has finally secured a tenant to fill the gaping hole left by Sports Chalet Inc. when it filed for bankruptcy last April.

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Snapchat's Venice Office Hits Market for $20 Million

The site of one of Snapchat parent company Snap Inc.’s new offices in Venice is on the market for $20 million, or a sky-high $2,877 a square foot, just as the tech upstart prepares to go public.

Silver Lake Restaurant Cluster Sells for $13.3 Million

A prime dining corner of Silver Lake has sold for $13.3 million, putting its value at a solid $1,267 a square foot.

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Arts District industrial property owners sold on big paydays

Healthy sale prices for industrial spaces pay off for Arts District landlords willing to depart.

Mixed-Use Complex Makes Hotel Room

Greenland Group will open doors to downtown development with boutique Indigo’s March debut.

Greenland Group looks to open doors downtown with the opening of boutique hotel Indigo.

Realtors Want to Make Homes for Middle Class

HOUSING: Forum will look at how high costs of living drive out L.A. businesses.

Real estate forum will look at finding ways for the middle class to afford living in Los Angeles.

Values for Three Westside Properties Head North

ACQUISITION: Buyer pays $168 million for Malibu, Playa Vista office buildings.

Three Westside office buildings sold to a single buyer this month, at prices far higher than their trades just a few years ago.

Playa Vista and Malibu Offices Sell for $168 Million

Three Westside office buildings sold this month for prices far higher than their trades just a few years ago, proof of ongoing demand for renovated office space in L.A.’s seaside submarkets.

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West Adams at Home Among National Markets

RESIDENTIAL: Values soar as neighborhood proves big draw for house buyers

West Adams sits among the most competitive home markets nationally.

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Jump in Mortgage Rates Hits Home With Hunters

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.

Chargers Seal Deal on Move to Los Angeles

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.

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George Lucas Selects Los Angeles for Museum of Narrative Art

Los Angeles has won the battle to become home to filmmaker George Lucas’s $1 billion art museum.