Ivy Station, opening in 2020, will be a cornerstone of Culver City’s revival
Culver City’s status as one of L.A.’s hottest submarkets will get another big boost in mid-2020 when the massive Ivy Station development is scheduled to open.
City seeks new plan after Angels’ Anaheim pact
Long Beach may have struck out with the Los Angeles Angels, but city officials plan to take another swing at developing the site that had been proposed for a new stadium.
Company joins Redfin, Opendoor in iBuying market
Zillow Group Inc., the real estate database giant, has become a Southern California real estate buyer.
Multifamily portfolio featuring 104 units brings $33 million
A two-building multifamily portfolio in Culver City sold for $33 million — the biggest multifamily sale in Culver City this year, according to data from CoStar Group Inc.
Andersen has signed a lease for 46,000 square feet at CityNational2Cal in downtown.
Real Estate: Company continues buying spree
Brentwood-based Rexford Industrial Realty continued its buying spree, acquiring two industrial facilities for $99.7 million.
Glendale-based nonprofit health provider All For Health, Health For All is developing a medical office building at 517 E. Broadway.
A retail property in West Hollywood sold for $36.2 million.
Real Estate: Iconic Pico Lanai complex is ripe for redevelopment
The iconic Pico Lanai Apartments, a 174-unit complex in Santa Monica, sold for $58.6 million.
Architecture: Firm’s designs reshaping Long Beach
Long Beach-based architecture firm Studio One Eleven is working on one of its most ambitious projects to date, one that will feature a 40-story, 426-foot-high tower.
Real Estate: Deal for The Griffith is latest acquisition in hot Tri-Cities market
The Griffith, a 220-unit apartment building in Glendale, has sold for $118.5 million, records show.
Real Estate: Developer will build out staff of 60
Skanska is launching a commercial development office in L.A. One of its current projects is the extension of Metro’s Purple Line.
Real Estate: The top 10 industrial sales of the year
With ecommerce and the promise of fast delivery, the need for industrial product has never been higher, especially in urban areas.
Real Estate: Brookfield signs tech company to support downtown sites
Workplace software platform Lane Technologies Inc. has expanded to the West Coast. The company provides technology to help building owners better connect with tenants.
Real Estate: Developer sells one project, is on the lookout for others
Century City-based Cityview sees increasing opportunity in opportunity zones. The multifamily investment management and development firm is exploring more opportunity zone properties.