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The industrial market continues to tighten in the San Fernando Valley, and that trend increasingly speaks to the region’s shift to warehouse-based distribution and supply chain-oriented businesses.February 8, 2016 midnight $$ Share
Glendale’s famous special effects house, Cinovation Studios Inc., has undergone its own transformation into a self-storage facility and has been sold to a new owner.
San Diego-based developer Fairfield Residential has broken ground on a mixed-use apartment complex planned on the former site of the Los Angeles Daily News headquarters near the intersection of Oxnard Street and Canoga Avenue, according to the newspaper.
The November ballot is crammed with issues, but businesspeople already are fretting about the following election. At least, the so-called Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, which is to be on the March 7 ballot in Los Angeles, got a big share of the attention – and opposition to it got the most applause – at a chamber luncheon Thursday.
Thousand Oaks’ largest industrial building has sold for more than $37 million to a local investor.
A 16-unit apartment building in North Hills has sold for $2.3 million, or more than $184 per square foot.
The nearly 350-unit Waterstone Apartment Homes in Chatsworth has been sold for $72.5 million to an undisclosed buyer.
The Tower at Sherman Oaks has traded for nearly $57 million, with the new buyer saying it will turn the property into creative office space.
A 10-unit apartment building in North Hollywood has traded hands for $2.4 million, according to brokerage Marcus & Millichap.
J. Richard Leyner, executive vice president of Illi Commercial Real Estate in Encino and a longtime San Fernando Valley broker, passed away on Sept. 17, the Encino Chamber of Commerce announced Monday. He was 79.
Single-family homes in the San Fernando Valley sold in August for their highest monthly prices since 2007, according to the Southland Regional Association of Realtors Inc.
A Tarzana apartment complex has traded for $11 million, according to KW Commercial in Encino.
Westlake Village mortgage lender PennyMac Financial Services Inc. (PFSI) said it has opened a new call center in Issaquah, Wash., a suburb of Seattle, to expand its direct lending to consumers.
Overton Moore Properties has announced the groundbreaking of a new industrial development in Simi Valley.
The Townhomes at Lost Canyon, an apartment complex in Santa Clarita, has sold for $61 million, according to its buyer, Beverly Hills real estate investor Kennedy-Wilson Holdings Inc.
A five-unit apartment building in Sherman Oaks has sold for $1.3 million, or $260,000 a unit, according to Calabasas real estate brokerage Marcus & Millichap Inc.