Los Angeles Business Journal

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Investors Bottle Up Former Coca-Cola Building

acquisition: Duo plans office-retail renovation for downtown Los Angeles.

Commercial property sales are surging in downtown L.A.’s Arts District as more developers and investors see potential in the once heavily industrial area.

McMorrow Makes Gift to USC Marshall

The University of Southern California and its Marshall School of Business announced Tuesday that local real estate executive William J. McMorrow made a substantial gift to the school to establish a global real estate program.

Twitter Wings Way to New Santa Monica Space

LEASE: Social media giant sheds temporary outpost, signs up for five years.

Another major Silicon Valley company is getting serious about Silicon Beach.

Audio Engineering School Sounds Out New Home

LEASE: SAE Institute to move across Hollywood to former Kodak property.

February home and condo sales in Los Angeles County by ZIP code.

Century Plaza Partners Shuffle

REAL ESTATE: Hines to buy major stake in record valuation.

Co-owners of Century Park to shift their stakes in a deal that would yield a record valuation.

OWN to Move to West Hollywood

The Oprah Winfrey Network signed a lease Monday to move from the Miracle Mile to West Hollywood, a deal real estate insiders have anticipated for months.

Lawyer Takes His Case to the Whisky

Mark Sullivan is a senior litigation paralegal for Century City law firm Cox Castle & Nicholson. He’s also the firm’s resident rocker.

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Old Ford Factory May Shift Gears

REAL ESTATE: Site seen as likely mixed-use development.

Plans for former Ford plant could rev up downtown L.A.’s Arts District.

Pasadena Properties Maintain Pull With Buyers

ACQUISITION: Saunders picks up former AT&T building for $82 million.

Pasadena office properties have lately proved popular investments.

Burbank Tower Comes Up Short

REAL ESTATE: Building left by Disney grabbed for low price.

A 32-story tower in the heart of Burbank’s media district – the tallest office building in its market – is expected to trade hands this week in a deal many consider a steal.

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