Front Signs has signed a roughly 24,000-square-foot lease at an industrial property in Burbank.
A mixed-use property in Beverly Hills has sold for $36.2 million.
A recently renovated creative office building in El Segundo has received a $125 million loan.
The luxury housing market in Los Angeles may not be immune to Covid-19, but it seems to have built up a strong resistance to the impact of the pandemic.
Sawtelle-based architecture firm Nadel Inc. is growing full steam ahead despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
An unnamed tenant has signed a nearly 119,000-square-foot lease in Pico Rivera.
Santa Monica-based Dedeaux Properties and Ledo Capital Group have sold the Vernon Avenue Logistics Center for nearly $15 million.
An 84-unit apartment portfolio in Burbank has sold for $31.3 million.
Newport-Beach-based MetroGroup Realty Finance has arranged $26.5 million in financing for three industrial properties in Southern California.
The Wilshire Courtyard, an iconic 1 million-square-foot Miracle Mile office complex, could be getting a new look.
Two newly renovated office properties in Culver City have received a combined $70 million in refinancing.
Nome Ventures has purchased Pacific Gateway, a 10-story office building in Torrance, for $55.5 million.
With Covid-related uncertainty top of mind for many investors, net lease properties have become one of the most in-demand real estate asset types in Los Angeles.
Asking rates for office property leases remain high, even as many businesses have turned to remote work during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Quarterly highlights from every submarket of L.A. County in the Real Estate Quarterly Special Report.