Daina Beth Solomon

Reporter (Real Estate)

Email: dsolomon@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225 Extension: 237

Recent Stories

Cushman & Wakefield Takes Lease at Downtown’s Wilshire Grand

Cushman & Wakefield has signed a 12-year lease to occupy the 24th and 25th floors of downtown’s Wilshire Grand Tower, the real estate services firm said Monday.

Kennedy-Wilson Holdings Set to Acquire European Subsidiary

Kennedy-Wilson Holdings Inc., a Beverly Hills-based real estate investment company, is reeling in its European subsidiary.

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West’s Tallest Tower Leans Toward Major Tenant

LEASE: Government group in talks to take two floors at Wilshire Grand Center.

The 73-story Wilshire Grand Center, the tallest tower in the West, is close to signing its first major office tenant.

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Costly Buildup In Construction

DEVELOPMENT: Crush for crews squeezes project budgets.

Buildup in construction costs is making it harder to put together projects.

Wilshire Grand Offices Set to Ink Tenant

The tallest tower in the West, the 73-story Wilshire Grand Center in downtown, appears close to claiming its first major office tenant.

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Omninet Capital Buys Monterey Park Offices for $81 Million

A cluster of office buildings in Monterey Park has sold to Omninet Capital, a Beverly Hills-based real estate and venture capital fund, broker Newmark Grubb Knight Frank announced. The price tag was $81 million, according to a source familiar with the deal.

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Best Buy Signs Large Industrial Lease at Compton Brickyard

Best Buy Co. Inc. has snagged nearly half a million square feet of industrial space at the Brickyard in Compton, the property’s leasing broker said Friday, bringing the 58-acre project to full occupancy.

REAL ESTATE: First Quarter Returns Space But Analysts Bullish

The L.A. office market saw more than a quarter-million square feet of space put back on the market in the first quarter, but analysts framed the early 2017 setback as a blip in an otherwise strong economy.

Moving Into Koreatown

DEVELOPMENT: Proximity to Westside, downtown, rail line fuels market’s attraction.

Koreatown has proved a popular middle ground between downtown and the Westside.

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Michael Ferro Suggested LA Times Sale to Patrick Soon-Shiong, Lawyer Says

Tronc Inc.’s second-largest shareholder slung another missive at the Chicago media company on Friday in a fast-escalating war of words over the future of its flagship newspaper, the Los Angeles Times.

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