Real Estate Quarterly
Zoey Taylor I The Warren Tattoo
Zoey Taylor, owner of The Warren Tattoo, draws a distinction between the “street tattoo” parlor offering walk-in service and a standard choice of designs, and a custom design studio such as her own.
As the proliferation of ridesharing continues, many regulators and legislators have called on the taxi industry to compete through innovation.
It’s been a wild year for private equity in Los Angeles as local institutions look for ways to grow and attract investment. PE outsiders have also taken an interest in L.A. businesses, exerting their influence by making acquisitions and using their equity stakes to push the strategic direction of some top local companies. We examine the market in this week’s special report.
The beginning of the end for natural gas as a fuel for generating electricity.
Lorne Buchman • ArtCenter College of Design
Our Lady of Mt. Lebanon to build, manage 19-story residential building
Church to build 19-story apartment building.
HEALTH CARE: Tarzana deal part of growth goals
Cedars-Sinai expands into Valley.
SPECIAL REPORT: PRIVATE EQUITY
Firms take major stakes in CAA, Endeavor, UTA and push for profitability
REAL ESTATE: Maligned cubicle gets a second look
L.A. companies not open to open concept.
SPECIAL REPORT: PRIVATE EQUITY
Changes in corporate structure, M&A deal signal desire for growth at LA firms
SoCal businesses face choice between cost and sustainability
Clean Power Alliance offers businesses choice on renewable energy.
HyreCar speeds ahead with expansion, hopes to create long-term value
HyreCar wants to stay in fast lane as growing company looks for long-term value.
In L.A. County, 156 hospital buildings need retrofit to meet state law’s requirements
Costs of seismic retrofits could put some hospitals on shaky financial ground.
Edison to add charge for Alliance customers
For businesses in the 22 L.A. County cities and unincorporated areas that have joined the Clean Power Alliance, power bills are about to get a little more complicated.
$105M project aims to speed passage from ports of LA and Long Beach
Construction begins on Alameda Corridor project to separate freight trains and vehicles.
Private equity firms to assist retailer in restructuring
Ares, Crescent find secondhand isn’t second best with thrift store chain buyout.
MEDIA: As video game industry automates, revenue is up, jobs going away
Video game publishers are trimming their ranks.
ENTERTAINMENT: WGA dispute sheds light on model
Unions take issue with agencies’ new direction.
MEDIA: Veteran journalist tapped to lead newsroom
Change in leadership at Business Journal.
FINANCE: Unicorn Venture Partners to seed local tech
Unicorn focused on L.A. startup scene.
Hot listings drive agents to share residential sale credit
Co-listing common trend in L.A. real estate.
Southern California remains unable to meet federal requirements for clean air and is designated “extreme nonattainment”
California’s leadership on environmental issues is not new — the state has been at the forefront of the fight to combat climate change for decades.
Natalie Tran • CAA Foundation
Sharing the wealth
Companies turn toward sustainability and transparency
Companies strive for B Corp. certification.