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In addition to attracting bold-face names, London private club Soho House, which opened a West Hollywood outpost in 2010, has apparently become a magnet for real estate investment.
Billionaire entertainment titan David Geffen and West Hollywood investor Mani Bros. Real Estate Group have continued their Malibu swapathon.
Olson Co., the largest residential developer in San Gabriel, has sold part of the property that used to house the Wham-O toy factory and was later occupied by Sriracha maker Huy Fong Foods.
JibJab Bros. Studios, a digital media production company known for comical e-cards, has relocated from Venice into a 21,000-square-foot Class C freestanding office in Marina del Rey.
The International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, founded by evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson in 1923, put 14 of its properties in Echo Park up for sale last month.
Downtown L.A.’s PacMutual, which has been repositioned to appeal to creative office tenants, last month signed its second-largest lease with an unexpected tenant: a new law firm.
Pacshore Partners, an L.A. real estate investment firm run by Philip Orosco, and Canyon Catalyst Fund, a joint venture between L.A.’s Canyon Capital Realty Advisors and California Public Employees’ Retirement System, have partnered to acquire creative office buildings in Malibu and Playa Vista in two separate transactions totaling $36 million.
Downtown L.A. commercial real estate giant CBRE Group Inc. has purchased the Global Workplace Solutions unit of Milwaukee’s Johnson Controls Inc. for $1.475 billion.
In what Bruce Baltin of hospitality consulting firm PFK Consulting USA said was one of the biggest hotel deals in Los Angeles County this year, Carey Watermark Investors Inc., a New York real estate investment trust, bought the Westin Pasadena for $143 million, or about $408,000 a room, last week.
Kite Pharma’s Shares Fall After Q4 Loss Despite detailing a year full of landmark deals in its 2014 earnings report, Santa Monica biotech firm Kite Pharma Inc.’s shares fell 7.26 percent to $57.75 on Thursday.
After a contentious, five-hour Wednesday evening hearing, developer Richard Weintraub won the right to demolish the historic Sportsmen’s Lodge event center in Studio City and replace it with a 97,800-square-foot, mixed-use development.
TeleSign, a maker of identity verification software, is more than doubling its space in Marina del Rey by moving into a bigger headquarters.
A newly constructed logistics facility in Pomona sold last month for $22.9 million. St. Louis manufacturer Graybar Electric Co. Inc., one of the largest U.S. distributors of electronic parts, bought the property at 2205 Mount Vernon Ave. from Gardena’s Overton Moore Properties.
A private New York real estate investment trust that invests exclusively in affordable housing announced on Tuesday that it is putting $20 million into California low-income housing, including issuing a mortgage for a Van Nuys senior housing complex.
The 11,000-square-foot Tommy Hilfiger store at the intersection of Robertson and Beverly boulevards in West Hollywood traded last month for a record price.