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Hotel Checks In to Visa Program

REAL ESTATE: Developer taps foreign coin for Waldorf Astoria.

Hotel developer looks to book $150 million in foreign investment through the EB-5 program.

Brokerage Hires Texas Veteran to Lasso Business

EXPANSION: Charles Dunn brings in David Pinsel for out-of-state growth drive.

Downtown L.A. real estate brokerage Charles Dunn Co. is aiming to expand its reach beyond California for the first time in the firm’s 95-year history.

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Lofty Goal

Developer looks to put new museum on display

Developer Tom Gilmore looks to reframe downtown’s Old Bank District with a multibuilding museum.

Deal for CNN Building Big News for Hollywood

SALE: $127 million value towers well above market’s average square-foot price.

Hollywood’s 14-story CNN Building on Sunset Boulevard has just sold for a whopping $127 million.

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Shore Leave Hits Silicon Beach

REAL ESTATE: Santa Monica’s vacancies rise as firms relocate.

Santa Monica’s once-red-hot office scene cools as Silicon Beach tenants warm up to less-pricey markets.

Website Aims To Click With Rental Market

Crelow hopes to speed matchmaking process for tenants, landlords.

Crelow’s website aims to open the door to easier, speedier deals for tenants and landlords.

NFL Stadium Kicks Off New Interest in Inglewood

ACQUISITION: Investor scores pair of apartment properties for $5.82 million.

A growing crop of investors is looking to cash in on Inglewood real estate now that the National Football League has declared the city will be home to the Los Angeles Rams.

Silicon Beach Launch List: Feb. 12

A weekly roundup of L.A. tech company and product launches.

Developer Checks In to Pasadena’s Medical Market

ACQUISITION: Meridian picks up pair of buildings with $37.5 million offer.

A $37.5 million deal last month for a pair of decades-old buildings showcased investors’ healthy interest in Pasadena’s medical office market.

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ENTERTAINMENT: Burnish Creative’s co-founders credit firm’s physical office, location with scoring TV editing work.

Burnish Creative’s co-founders say a physical office played a lead role in growing their TV editing firm.

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