El Segundo's PCT office tower at 222 N. Pacific Coast Highway in El Segundo consists of 16 million square feet.

El Segundo's PCT office tower at 222 N. Pacific Coast Highway in El Segundo consists of 16 million square feet. Photo by Ringo Chiu.

After years of sustained growth, the Los Angeles real estate market finds itself entering a period of uncertainty. But even as investors, brokers, buyers and sellers try to digest the impact of Covid-19, they’re moving cautiously forward. The stories and data in the following sections reflect a sector facing changing times:

Taking Off Again: Once dependent on aerospace, El Segundo has diversified and thrived

Betting on Industrial: Category looks well-positioned to weather the coronavirus storm

Real Estate Quarterly Submarket Highlights: Q1 2020 data

Residential Real Estate Developers List: Ranked by number of units sold in L.A. County in 2019

For the full First-Quarter 2020 Real Estate Special Report data, see the April 13, 2020, print edition.

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