Hannah Madans

Reporter (Real Estate)

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

Recent Stories

AECOM, Canyon Partners Form Commercial Development Joint Venture

Century City-based AECOM and Century City-based Canyon Partners have formed a joint venture to provide equity for $4 billion of commercial properties, the companies announced Feb. 19.

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AIDS Healthcare Foundation Sues Over Crossroads Hollywood Project

The AIDS Healthcare Foundation and Livable LA have filed a suit against the City of Los Angeles and the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles over the Crossroads Hollywood project approval.

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Third Street Promenade Building Sold For $24.5M

Blatteis & Schnur Inc. has purchased a mixed-use building in downtown Santa Monica for $24.5 million, Marcus & Millichap announced Feb. 21.

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Architecture Firm Jerde Nabs Landscape Firm Superjacent

Downtown-based architecture firm Jerde has absorbed Chinatown-based landscape architecture and design firm Superjacent. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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Driverless Car Company Signs $11.4M Pasadena Lease

San Francisco-based driverless car company GM Cruise has signed a 47,051-square-foot lease in Pasadena valued at $11.4 million, CBRE Group Inc. announced Feb. 19.

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Culver City-based real estate development and management company Goldrich Kest Industries has named Mike Drandell as its chief executive.


Real estate lender Calmwater Capital has given Hollywood-based Relevant Group a $63 million loan for the construction of a hotel in Hollywood.

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More Buck, Less Bang

Smaller lessees squeezed on tenant improvements as construction costs rise

All is not equal when it comes to tenant improvement allowances.

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Advisory Firm Nova Capital Off to Strong Start

Steven Yazdani-backed outfit secures $640M in capital commitments

Steven Yazdani launches RE advisory firm.

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Knotel Brings Flex-Office Concept to L.A. With First Lease

Knotel Inc., a New York-based flexible office space provider and rival of WeWork Companies Inc, is making its way to L.A. The company has signed its first L.A. lease in Santa Monica.

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