CENTRAL AREA

DOWNTOWN L.A.

Hooked in L.A.: Rock 'N Fish, a Manhattan Beach seafood and steakhouse restaurant, has opened a second branch at the L.A. Live campus in downtown Los Angeles. The new location, at 800 S. Olympic Blvd., is 6,000 square feet and has occupancy of up to 200 guests.

HOLLYWOOD

Tinseltown Storefront: Suaya Properties of Los Angeles has bought storefront retail property for $4.29 million from two private investors. The two-story building, at 6740 Hollywood Blvd., is 6,500 square feet and is 100 percent leased to Fashion Hollywood Souvenir Shop.

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY

POMONA

Looks Like a Duct: Superior Duct Fabrication Inc. has bought a building in Pomona for $4.06 million from Sanport Development Inc. The industrial property, at 1683 Mount Vernon Ave., is 54,000 square feet on 3.83 acres of land.

SAN FERNANDO VALLEY

CALABASAS

Sale and Lease Back: National Technical Services Inc., a Calabasas engineering test services firm, has sold a 650-acre parcel it bought last year to expand testing facilities in Arkansas. NTS plans to lease back the land and move ahead with expansion plans. Terms of the sale were not disclosed.

WESTSIDE

CENTURY CITY

Looking Shipshape: Century City defense contractor Northrop Grumman Corp. has received $16 million in contracts to provide its shipboard identification systems to the U.S. and Australian navies. The friend-or-foe processor system is a long-range early warning system for target detection and airplane identification.

CULVER CITY

On the Fly: GameFly Inc., a Culver City online renter of video games, has acquired Shacknews Ltd., a Dallas company that runs video game news site ShackNews.com and gaming digital download site FileShack.com. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

School's In: Willows Community School has bought industrial property in Culver City for $3 million from Meadows Family Trust. The 9,800-square-foot building, at 8476 Warner Drive, was built in 1948, and includes two drive-in bays.

MID-CITIES

DOWNEY

Building Bought: A Downey private investment group has purchased an industrial property in Downey from Diloreto Center LLC for $3.6 million. The building, at 12401 Woodruff Ave., was built in 1986 and is 35,892 square feet.

TRI-CITIES

BURBANK

Northern Pickup: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has purchased Snowblind Studios in Bothell, Wash., a maker of video games including "Baldur's Gate" and online title "Champions of Norrath." Warner Bros. acquired Snowblind as part of its expansion into game publishing. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

GLENDALE

New Office: Downtown L.A. commercial real estate services firm Charles Dunn Co. has opened an office in the Glendale Galleria. The opening puts a Charles Dunn office in every major submarket in Greater Los Angeles. William Boyd and Linda Lee will serve as senior managing directors at the location.

SOUTH BAY

EL SEGUNDO

Great White North: El Segundo satellite TV provider DirecTV Group Inc. has expanded the comedy offerings on its 101 Network with the U.S. transmission rights to Canadian TV series "Trailer Park Boys." DirecTV acquired the rights to all seven seasons of the award-winning Canadian program.

LONG BEACH

Industrial Deal: East Village Partners LLC has acquired an industrial building in Long Beach for $3.4 million. The seller was not identified. The 24,500-square-foot property, at 425-441 E. Fourth St., includes 15,000 square feet of parking lot space and was vacant at time of sale.

Lauren Alicia Mendoza

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