Max Zimbert

Reporter (real estate)

Email: mzimbert@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225

Recent Stories

Mr. Woo Goes to Washington

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When Charlie Woo received a dinner party invitation in the mail about a month ago, he did a double take. “I wasn’t sure it was real,” he said.

SOUTH BAY/ MID-CITIES: Lease Activity Rises in Mid-Cities as Lower Rates Draw Businesses

Special Report: REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY

Major events in Los Angeles County commercial and industrial submarkets in the fourth quarter.

SANTA CLARITA VALLEY: Brokers See Little Chance for Backslide as Vacancies Dip Once Again

Special Report: REAL ESTATE QUARTERLY

Major events in Los Angeles County commercial and industrial submarkets in the fourth quarter.

Raising the Roof While Partying

AT&T Center opens vacant top office space to special events.

Open office space in downtown L.A. has turned one landlord into a party planner.

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Caruso Adds Land at Americana

Developer Rick Caruso's company has purchased one of the two properties it needs in order to expand the Americana at Brand mall in Glendale.

Warehouse Tenant Helps Fill Up Santa Fe Springs

REAL ESTATE: Industrial deal seen as quick turnaround for such a large space.

A seven-year lease valued at more than $23 million was signed last month for 411,000 square feet of distribution space in Santa Fe Springs – a deal that’s certain to make a dent in the city’s fourth quarter industrial vacancy rate.

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Put Another Dime in the Jukebox, Baby

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Christopher Wicks has dabbled in songwriting for decades and even started a band, The Glorious.

New Focus

Inventor Stephen Kurtin had to create a company that made both lenses and frames in order to fashion his adjustable-focus eyeglasses.

Inventor Stephen Kurtin had to look at creating his own business for his adjustable-focus eyeglasses.

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Downtown L.A. Building Boosted by Rising Rents

REAL ESTATE: Property sells for $62.5 million after apartments draw 20 bids.

A 204-unit downtown L.A. luxury apartment building has changed hands for $62.5 million, a sales price that was boosted by rising rental rates and strong interest in the property.

December Brings a Chill to Home Sales

Mixed numbers for homes and condos fuel worry of a double dip.

December’s mixed sales numbers did little to dispel fears of a double dip in residential real estate.

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