Neil Nisperos

Staff Reporter

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

Recent Stories

Long Beach Airport Opens 30 Acres for Development

More than 30 acres of land has been made available for aeronautical use at the Long Beach Airport, the city officials announced Tuesday.

Brokerages’ Dueling Data Don’t Always Match

Report criteria can affect numbers but firms say they generally agree on trends.

Real estate market data from different firms can vary, as people who follow the numbers can attest.

Grounds for Growth

New Fairplex CEO Miguel Santana sees room for more business at 487-acre site

Los Angeles County Fair Association’s new CEO works to boost the fairground’s attraction to a range of ventures.

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Medical Office Packs Portfolio

CBRE Global Investment Partners puts its money on medical office with pickup of 25 buildings.

15-Acre USC Village to Open Thursday

The student-housing hub called USC Village, one of the largest developments ever built in South Los Angeles, is set to open to fanfare Thursday.

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CBRE Acquires 25-building Medical Office Portfolio

Downtown-based CBRE Global Investment Partners has acquired a 95 percent interest in a 25-building U.S. medical office portfolio, the company announced Wednesday.

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DoubleTree Near LAX Sold for $54.1 million

The 216-room DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel LAX in El Segundo was recently sold for almost $54.1 million, or $110,500 per room, according to CoStar data.

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Big Score for Park

Special Report: Business of Sports

LAFC’s stadium will join a growing field of attractions at Exposition Park.

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Arts District’s Growth Prospects May Lead South

Industrial properties below Seventh Street appear ripe for conversion, exec says.

Ask Cushman & Wakefield’s Arts District specialist Jae Yoo where the boundaries of the neighborhood are going to expand and he’ll point south of Seventh Street.

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Report Likes L.A.’s Future In Commercial Real Estate

Report says the local commercial market will thrive as the rest of California sees a slowdown.

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