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SAN FERNANDO VALLEY: Leasing Up as Tenants Seek Cheap Space

Real Estate Quarterly

Third quarter indicators led market watchers to believe the San Fernando Valley’s commercial bottom was in sight, albeit not without another round of the “no pain-no gain” that’s haunted the region for much of 2009.

TRI-CITIES: Addition of Two Buildings Inflates Burbank Vacancies

Real Estate Quarterly

Going strictly by Grubb & Ellis Co.’s numbers, Burbank’s 17.7 percent vacancy rate is smack in the middle of overall Tri-Cities vacancies. But numbers don’t tell the whole story.

SANTA CLARITA: Advanced Bionics Deal Provides Shot in Arm

Real Estate Quarterly

For the past year, Valencia’s commercial market has been on a roller-coaster ride that would rival anything at nearby Magic Mountain.

Rents Tumble as Space Floods Market

While few recession-slammed markets in L.A. County have had good news to report, the San Fernando Valley seems to be hurting more than most.

Lease At Summit Oaks Buoys Valencia

Statistics indicate the Valencia office market treaded water in the second quarter, absorbing some space as the vacancy rate stayed virtually flat.

Movie, Television Production Give Burbank a Lift

Name another Los Angeles County submarket where vacancy rates soared more than 13 percentage points in a single quarter and landlords didn't even break a sweat.

SANTA CLARITA VALLEY: Rate of Returned Office Space Slows

Real Estate Quarterly: Valencia's office market continued to weaken in the quarter.

SAN FERNANDO VALLEY: Tower Sale High Point in Down Market

Real Estate Quarterly: Brokers experienced yet another quarter of rising vacancies.

TRI-CITIES: Glendale Benefits From Tax-Averse L.A. Transplants

Real Estate Quarterly: Pasadena pushed up its vacancy rate up to 15.5 percent in the first quarter.

SUBMARKET: 'Out-Migration' From Valley Comes to a Halt

The Santa Clarita office market finished 2008 with the second-highest vacancy rate in L.A. County, 24.1 percent, up nearly two percentage points from the previous quarter.

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