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Sale, Lease Activity Continues to Bolster Recovery

Large sale and lease deals across Los Angeles County last quarter helped further cement the notion that the county’s office market has recovered.

Property Owners Turn to Creative Options as Submarket Slows

Downtown Los Angeles continued its tepid recovery in the first quarter of 2014 as developers bet on its future as a bastion of creative office space.

Studio Lease Lifts Burbank; Glendale Continues to Take Back Space

The Tri-Cities submarket saw some of the county’s largest deals last quarter, as investors and tenants alike committed to the area.

Lesser-Quality Product Struggling in Face of Development Projects

After a strong finish last year, Hollywood’s office market took it easy in the first quarter.

Submarket Boosted by Pasadena’s First-of-Year Positive Absorption

The Tri-Cities office submarket showed notable improvement in the fourth quarter as Pasadena reported positive net absorption for the first time all year.

Vacancies Down Across Area as Market Rebounds

Main events in L.A.’s submarkets in the fourth quarter.

Tenants Continue to Snap Up Office Space as Rental Rates Rise

The heat was still on in Hollywood’s office submarket last quarter.

Real Estate Quarterly: Suddenly Hot Glendale Paces Sister Cities; Pasadena Returns Space

Something unusual happened in the Tri-Cities office market last quarter.

Real Estate Quarterly: Landlords Increase Rents Despite Lack of Interest From Outside

The buzz around downtown Los Angeles might be hot, but the office market was just lukewarm last quarter.

Real Estate Quarterly: Developers Anxious to Add Projects to Already Bustling Market

Action in Hollywood during the third quarter might have further emboldened developers, who have already made it the submarket with the most new office space under construction.

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