Cushman & Wakefield and Colliers International announced that 18362-18424 Oxnard St. in Tarzana is slated for redevelopment into a creative office campus with studio capabilities.
A single-story, eight-unit industrial property at 7525 Ethel Ave. in North Hollywood has sold for $5.1 million.
Seafood restaurant California Fish Grill and coffee shop Drnk/Qwench are the first two tenants at the Shops at Symmetry, a Northridge mall set to open in spring 2020.
Real estate broker David Josker has left CBRE Group Inc. to join Colliers International Group Inc. as president of its Southwest Region.
Northstar Senior Living celebrated the grand opening of Fallbrook Glen of West Hills, an assisted living and memory care facility near the intersection of Fallbrook Avenue and Vanowen Street.
The city of Santa Clarita will soon offer a guide to assist small business owners obtain a permit for commercial construction.
Rex, a Woodland Hills company that uses technology to sell homes, has secured $45 million in Series C funding.
A private developer has proposed to replace a group of hillside single-family homes in Studio City with a boutique apartment complex.
A 14,492-square-foot office building in Glendale has sold in an off-market transaction for $5.9 million ($409 per square foot.
Entertainment industry provider Triscenic Production Services Inc. has leased an industrial building in Valencia for $7.7 million, according to an announcement by real estate brokerage firm CBRE.
Earlier this month, the city of Thousand Oaks City Council decided to incorporate a block that includes the city’s first Taco Bell outlet into the upcoming redevelopment of Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.
Multifamily developer Jefferson Properties Inc. has obtained construction financing of $190 million to build Jefferson Vista Canyon, a massive apartment complex project underway in Santa Clarita.
Real estate brokerage Marcus & Millichap has completed negotiations on the $29.5 million sale of an apartment portfolio with nine separate properties in the San Fernando Valley.
Weiss Development has sold a four-property retail portfolio with sites in Northridge and in Torrance for a combined $35 million to an undisclosed buyer.