Real Estate: Affordability issue, land scarcity make little housing projects a growing trend.
Small lot law makes single-family homes more affordable.
GOVERNANCE: Youth group names new chief executive and five board members.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the West Valley Boys & Girls Clubs in Canoga Park – and if the next six months are anything like the first six, 2017 will be remembered as an action-packed year.
production: Former fruit facility now available for filming in Littlerock.
On the outskirts of the Antelope Valley in Littlerock sits a former fruit packing plant that has become something else – the only soundstages found in the valley.
MEDICAL DEVICE: First gadget with hybrid closed loop offers to automate delivery.
A new device has hit the market for people with Type 1 diabetes, allowing for better management of glucose levels with a lot less work.
residential: Affordable housing complex features music rooms and gallery.
Artists seeking lower apartment rents in Glendale’s art district have a new, aesthetically pleasing apartment complex designed with them in mind.
Newly proposed laws show labor is adapting to the new ways of working.
MANUFACTURING: Mattresses beat stiff online competition.
The bed-in-a-box concept has made Relief-Mart in Calabasas an Amazon favorite.
MEDICAL DEVICE: Lift prevents pain for patients, caregivers.
By making immobile patients easier to move, the makers of Boemba hope to relieve bedsores.
AUTOMOTIVE: Program logs 30 percent conversion rate.
To connect personally with online car shoppers, Keyes Auto Group implements interactive video car tours.
Friends’ feedback guides design of functional swimwear.
Teen fashion designer launches functional bikini line.
Student entrepreneurs compete for services and seed money.
CSUN’s pitch contest for startups features seed-money prizes.
Sun Valley firm hires engineer to build mechanical attractions.
Stage and lighting company LA ProPoint brings mechanical engineering in house to build bigger, faster and pricier attractions.