Hannah Madans

Reporter (Real Estate)

Email: hmadans@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225

Recent Stories

LA Home for Santa Fe RE Investment Firm

Gemini-Rosemont will occupy offices in iconic Century City building

Gemini-Rosemont Realty looks to cash in on L.A.’s real estate market with HQ move.

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Rexford Acquires Four Industrial Buildings for $85M

Sawtelle-based Rexford Industrial Realty, Inc. has purchased four industrial properties for $84.5 million, the company announced April 18.

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Skydance Pays $321M for Lantana Buildings in Santa Monica

Skydance Media purchased Lantana Center and Lantana West in Santa Monica for $321 million, records show.

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Mixed-Use Complex in Long Beach Sells for $48.9M

MG Properties Group purchased a 158-unit apartment building with ground floor retail in Long Beach for $48.9 million, records show.

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Long Beach Commercial Property Sells for $29M

Fort Ashford Funds purchased a building with a Vons in Long Beach for $29 million, records show.

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Tax Change Leads to Sale-Leaseback Surge

Companies free up capital and cash in on properties

TAX LAW CHANGES SPUR SALE-LEASEBACK POPULARITY

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Mergers, Consolidation Drive Sublease Market

Moves by Snap, others leave unused office space in search of tenants

SUBLEASES GIVE COMPANIES OPTIONS

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HHH Gives Projects a Boost

Local builders tap $800M in public funds for supportive housing

A range of factors are driving growth and opportunity across Los Angeles’ real estate market. While some companies are benefitting from an influx of public money, others are taking advantage of tax law changes. In this week’s special report, we break down hot topics and trends as well as the latest data.

$62.9M for San Pedro Residential Complex

The 216-unit Park Western Estates in San Pedro sold for $62.9 million, Berkadia announced April 11.

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Cedars Adding 30K SF Office Space at Pacific Design Center

Cedars-Sinai has expanded its offices at the Pacific Design Center by 30,000 square feet, according to Cohen Brothers Realty, owner and developer of the three-building complex in West Hollywood.

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