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Glendale Apartment Complex Changes Hands

The Griffith, a 220-unit apartment building in Glendale, has sold for $119 million, records show.

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Amgen to Open Large Space in Bay Area

Amgen Inc. on Monday signed a lease for a 240,000-square-foot facility in South San Francisco. The site, under construction, is set to open in early 2022.

Hotel With 25 Stories Proposed for Glendale

A 25-story hotel proposal by Arcadia-based real estate firm Kam Sang Co. is scheduled to go before Glendale City Council Tuesday.

CRC Faces a Fracking Fallout

ENERGY: Stock market doesn’t like new oil drilling rules.

Stock market doesn’t like new oil drilling rules for California Resources Corp.


CSUN President Retires

Cal State Northridge President Dianne Harrison to step down in June.

$1 Billion for District NoHo

DEVELOPMENT: Transit figures in project’s marketing plan.

$1 billion investment for mixed-use buildings in NoHo Arts District.

End of an Era for Michael’s Furniture

Panorama City retailer, known for TV ads, to close after 58 years.

Panorama City lost a retail institution earlier this month when Michael’s Furniture Warehouse closed its doors after 58 years.

Give the Gift of an Empty Leg Flight

Online list features discount private jet opportunities.

Looking for an original holiday gift?

Out of Innings

SPORTS: Major League Baseball plans to cut affiliation with 42 farm teams, including the Lancaster JetHawks.

Lancaster JetHawks among 42 minor league teams on chopping block.

Avery’s Play for RFID Tags Costs $249 Million

MANUFACTURING: Stock price falls following major acquisition’s disclosure.

Avery Dennison Corp. shows confidence in RFID technology with $249 million acquisition.

Destination: Valley

HOSPITALITY: Private visitors bureau promotes region’s tourism.

MyValleyPass promotes the region to tourists and locals alike.

Deadline Nears for Diversity on Public Boards

GOVERNANCE: Most companies in Valley have a woman at the table.

Valley doing OK as deadline nears for diversity on public boards.

Leadership Switch at Conejo Valley Chamber

NONPROFIT: Jill Lederer retires, Danielle Borja named chief executive.

For the first time in her life, Jill Lederer has put business on the back burner.

Calabasas: NIMBYs Versus Affordable Housing

REGULATION: Calabasas City Council puts Avalon Bay question on ballot.

Head-to-head confrontation between Calabasas’ NIMBY contingent and a developer seeking to help the city meet its minimum affordable housing requirement came to a tense pause last month.

FirstLight Home Care In the Valley

Non-medical service company helps seniors and veterans.

FirstLight Home Care, an in-home health care business, opened its first center in the Valley area on Dec. 9.

MPTF: Harry’s Haven for Memory Care

Facility designed to encourage patient interaction.

The Motion Picture & Television Fund campus in Woodland Hills has moved its memory care facility

Dignity, UniHealth Investment

Organizations, school districts focus on youth mental health.

Dignity Health, UniHealth Foundation and Southern California school districts are partnering, with the help of $4 million in grant funding, to train school staff and parents about mental health for at-risk youth.

CSUN Hosts Philanthropy Day Awards

NBC4, Queenscare, others honored for charitable efforts.

To celebrate National Philanthropy Day, the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater San Fernando Valley Chapter hosted an awards luncheon Nov. 12

Mending Kids Takes Muse on Mission

High schoolers shadow ENT volunteers in Guatemala.

Glendale medical nonprofit Mending Kids took a team of surgical volunteers to Guatemala last month to provide free ear, nose and throat procedures to more than 100 local children.

Nonprofit’s $10,000 Grant From L’Oreal

Jonathan Foundation helps students with attention deficit.

Granada Hills resident Raja Marhaba, founder of the nonprofit Jonathan Foundation for Children with Learning Disabilities, has been chosen as one of 10 winners of L’Oreal Paris’ 2019 Women of Worth Awards