WESTSIDE

WEST HOLLYWOOD

Expanding West: Traxon Technologies, a New York designer of LED-lighting products, has opened a West Coast sales office in West Hollywood. The new office, at 141 S. Clark Drive, will be led by Rina Weinberg, senior sales manager, and Ariel Meir, director of technical sales.

CENTURY CITY

Fitting In: Vernon-based clothing company True Religion Apparel Inc. has opened a branded retail store in the Century City Shopping Center. The shop, at 10250 Santa Monica Blvd., will offer True Religion apparel for men, women and children.

CULVER CITY

Homing In: Room & Board, a Minneapolis-based maker of handcrafted home furnishings, has announced it will open a Culver City store in fall 2009. The new shop, at 8707 Washington Blvd. in the Helms Bakery Building, will be Room & Board's first store in the L.A. area and its 10th in the United States.

CENTRAL AREA

HOLLYWOOD

Apartments Acquired: SA Properties Holdings Hillside Avenue LLC has purchased a Hollywood apartment complex for $11.3 million from private sellers. The 48-unit property, at 7215 Hillside Ave., was built in 1955 and is 46,783 square feet.

DOWNTOWN L.A.

Taking Note: Developer Sonny Astani has opened the sales office for the $300 million Concerto condominium project in downtown L.A.'s South Park. Concerto is designed as two 30-story glass towers and a midrise, 70-foot-high loft building. The project was designed by Douglas Hanson of Chicago architectural firm DeStefano Partners Ltd.

SOUTH BAY

LONG BEACH

Complex Deal: First Private Bank & Trust has sold a multifamily complex in Long Beach to AJJ Properties LLD for $6.55 million. The 55-unit apartment building, at 5505 Ackerfield Ave., has five apartment structures totaling 49,029 square feet.

CERRITOS

Industrial Property: William Fulbright has purchased a Cerritos industrial property for $3.3 million from Process Fab Inc. The 22,022-square-foot building, at 16502 Marquardt Ave., was built in 1969.

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY

CITY OF INDUSTRY

Moving In: Yotrio Corp., a manufacturer of patio furniture, has signed a five-year lease for 20,933 square feet of spaces in a multitenant industrial building in the City of Industry. The building, at 708 Nogales St., is 71,460 square feet. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

TRI-CITIES

BURBANK

Private Parties: Private investors Young and Grace Song have bought a Burbank industrial building for $3.5 million from private investors William and Lisa Pine. The 1953 property, at 3116-3120 W. Vanowen St., has 3,500 square feet of office space and 27,695 square feet of warehouse space.

Doubled Up: Zelman Industrial Partners Inc. has sold two Burbank retail buildings for $4.3 million to Lin Revocable Family Trust. The properties, in the Burbank Airport Center on Hollywood Way, house two restaurants, a McDonald's and a Panda Express.

PASADENA

Apartment Pickup: Abode Communities has acquired a Pasadena apartment building for $4.5 million from Gene Andro Separate Property Trust. The three-story complex, at 1267 N. Hudson Ave., was built in 1971 and consists of 24,828 square feet.

NORTH COUNTY

VALENCIA

Healthy Growth: U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group, a Valencia-based operator of occupational health care centers in California, has added Memorial Maritime Clinic in Long Beach to its network of medical centers. HealthWorks now has 118 medical centers in its nationwide network. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

LANCASTER

Healthy Infusion: Simulations Plus Inc., a Lancaster developer of software for the pharmaceutical industry, has received a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research grant worth $525,000 from the National Cancer Institute. The National Cancer Institute is an agency of the National Institutes of Health.

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