SFVBJ CURRENT EDITION

Big Office Update

Real Estate QuarterlyThe developer and brokers at Warner Landmark will reposition it as youth-skewing creative space.

Not by Design

Special Report : Health Care

Former graphic artist Paula Wilson took roundabout path to become chief executive at Valley Community Healthcare in North Hollywood.

Why We Need to Pass Measure EE

Support Measure EE for education funding.

Running a ‘City’ Takes an Alliance

Strong alliance needed to run the Valley.

AROUND THE VALLEYS

News and notes from the greater San Fernando Valley

News and notes from the greater San Fernando Valley

Where Master-Plan Dreams Still Come True

CONSTRUCTION: Santa Clarita Valley realizes the vision of its founders.

Building boom in Santa Clarita Valley.

CSUN Links Golf and Construction

Annual charity drive raises $145,000 for students.

Annual charity drive raises $145,000 for students.

Moorpark’s Aspiring Tech Hub Filling Up Fast

AeroVironment leases industrial facility on Princeton Avenue.

Putting Out Fires

Special Report : Health Care

During her first year, Chief Executive Precious Mayes avoided 11 near-closures at Pacifica Hospital of the Valley.

Hospitals Get Bigger

Special Report : Health Care

Health care systems in the Valley need to expand their footprint as they plan more medical specialties and patient amenities.

Harbor Freight Supports Trades

Tool retailer awards money to educators to address looming shortage in workforce.

Simi Valley Convenes Street Fair

About 20,000 people attended event that drew support from 400 businesses.

Mending Kids Offers Non-Emergency Surgeries

Glendale organization wants to expand mission program year-round.

Firm Stays Put Post-Acquisition

New owners to keep Platinum Tools in Newbury Park.

Aerospace Firm Learns Spanish

Structural Integrity brings FAA certification expertise.

Mixed Feelings as Sada Sells Off Microsoft Unit

NoHo firm splits business knowing ‘carve-outs can be challenging.’

A Mall Overhaul

Public hearing reveals new features of Westfield’s $1.5 billion Promenade 2035 development in Woodland Hills.

Details of Promenade 2035 project.

Wesco 2020 Plan En Route to Higher Revenues

AEROSPACE: Analyst sees year of heavy investment followed by benefits.

Wesco Aircraft plan leads to higher revenues.

Hotel Room Luxury

MANUFACTURING: As chains upgrade, furniture maker caters to travelers’ contemporary tastes.

Carson Norcross builds luxury hotel furniture.

Cal Lutheran Greenlights Film Program

Faculty cites proximity to Hollywood, alumni support as strengths.

Cal Lutheran rolls out new film, TV program.

VALLEY INSIDER

Peer Group Provides Comfort Zone for CEOs

Peer group for CEOs.

Makeover for Break Room

FOOD SERVICE: Micro markets replace vending machines.

Micro markets take place of vending machines.

Online Sellers Buying Robots

TECHNOLOGY: Warehouses integrate humans, automation.

Ecommerce gravitates to robot maker.

Hunt for Industrial Moves North by Northwest

Real Estate Quarterly

Colliers International’s first-quarter data suggest the Tri-Cities office market is holding steady as tenants seeking industrial real estate move north and west where more product, land and labor is available.

Warner Bros. Seeks ‘Old Hollywood Splendor’

Real Estate Quarterly

Warner Bros. Entertainment will celebrate its major anniversary by reconfiguring the map of filmed entertainment capital Burbank.

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