The LABJ Interview
In every sense possible, Bob Baradaran’s last 18 months have been dedicated to rapidly changing real estate.
A new showstopper is planned for Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood.
Hollywood-based Standard Real Estate Investments is making an investment in diversity.
City of Industry-based Classic Distributing & Beverage Group Inc. has purchased a 140,000-square-foot warehouse in Corona for roughly $30 million.
Maryland-based Bozzuto Group is rolling into the West Coast.
Lowe and an unnamed institutional investor plan to invest $25 million to improve the properties.
The West Hollywood-based firm has acquired a North Carolina property.
A hotel on the iconic Sunset Strip has received a $230 million loan to refinance.
A partnership between San Diego-based Cruzan and Miami-based Independencia Asset Management has purchased a fully leased post-production property in Burbank for $37.4 million.
Westchester-based Integrated Capital Management has launched Integrated Realty Capital II, its fourth investor offering.
Apartment vacancies are dropping, and rents are rising as the multifamily market recovers.
As it pushes into new markets, AvantStay Inc. has launched a brokerage arm and acquired four new companies.
Beverly Hills-based Archway Equities and Dallas-based CAF Capital Partners have acquired a 504-unit apartment community in Austin, Texas, in one of the biggest deals in the area. The purchase price was undisclosed.
The 192-unit Solterra at Civic Center in Norwalk has sold for $81 million.
One of the biggest topics in Los Angeles right now is the need for affordable housing.