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Judge Rules on Centennial at Tejon Ranch

A judge has ruled on the progress of the master planned mixed-use residential community Centennial at Tejon Ranch with both its developer, Tejon Ranch Co., and opposing environmental groups declaring the verdict – announced earlier this week – a victory.

Laemmle Theaters Newhall Open for Business

Laemmle Theaters Newhall celebrated its grand opening Friday after extended delays caused by the coronavirus.

Preview: Fire-Resistant Building Materials Stir Debate

Builders see more cost; officials want safety.

Preview: Where's My Food Truck?

Pandemic pushes mobile vendors to hunt for new parking spots.

Hermes Signs Lease at Westfield Topanga

Hermès, a luxury retailer of men’s apparel, fragrances and fashion accessories headquartered in Paris, has signed a lease for a new store to anchor an expansion at the Westfield Topanga shopping center in Woodland Hills.

Flexjet Opens Facility at Van Nuys Airport

Fractional jet ownership and leasing firm Flexjet LLC has opened a new terminal at Van Nuys Airport.

Startup Airline to Begin Flights From Hollywood Burbank Airport

Avelo Airlines will begin service this month from Hollywood Burbank Airport to 11 cities in seven western states.

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Business Events Calendar

Business Events throughout the Valleys.

Cast & Crew Buys German Software Firm

Cast & Crew Entertainment Services in Burbank has acquired LeBog Software GmbH, the developer of a purchase order product.

Valley Economic Alliance to Sell Headquarters Building

The Valley Economic Alliance has listed its headquarters at 5121 Van Nuys Blvd. in Sherman Oaks for sale.

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Santa Clarita Office Building Trades for $6 Million

A two-story, multi-tenant work building in Valencia has sold for $6 million, indicating some life in the office sector even during the pandemic.

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Passenger Counts Drop at Region's Airports

Local airports continued to tell a tale of two markets in February as passenger counts dropped yet again while cargo tonnage surged to new heights.

Disneyland, California Adventure Tickets Go on Sale April 15

Walt Disney Co. announced Tuesday that tickets for its Southern California theme parks will go on sale to the public on April 15, according to media reports.

Capstone Sells Turbine to Russian Data Center

Capstone Turbine Corp. received an order for one of its microturbines for use at a data center in Russia.

Burbank Caps Food Delivery Fees

Following the lead of other cities including Los Angeles and San Francisco, the Burbank City Council has adopted a temporary ordinance to cap commission rates for food delivery to assist in the reopening of businesses impacted by COVID-19.

Private Placement to Bankroll BioSolar’s Hydrogen Research

BioSolar Inc. plans a $5 million private placement to bankroll its research on hydrogen fuel.

Rising Realty Sells Calabasas Office Park for $79 Million

Rising Realty Partners has sold Park Calabasas — a 225,000-square-foot office campus sprawled across more than 20 acres in Calabasas — for $79 million.

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L.A., Ventura Counties Move to Orange Tier Next Week

Los Angeles and Ventura counties are slated for the less restrictive orange tier on Monday and Wednesday, respectively, but county officials are reserving the right to implement their own limits for sectors of the economy.

Despite Arrest, Tinhorn Flats Determined to Open Again

The city of Burbank and the owner of Tinhorn Flats Saloon & Grill continue to face off in their ongoing battle over coronavirus-related closures, most recently with the arrest of the owner’s son, Lucas Lapejian.

NoHo Apartment Building Trades for $21 Million

A private investor has acquired a 42-unit apartment building in North Hollywood for $21.3 million, or $506,000 per unit.