Staff Reporter (Real Estate)
Carol Lawrence writes commercial real estate stories about development, land and building deals, relevant trends and compelling profiles relating to the San Fernando Valley and other nearby Valley areas.
A business writer for 10 out of her 13 years in journalism, Carol has covered SoCal topics including manufacturing, agriculture, the Los Angeles and Long Beach seaports, small businesses and transportation as it affects business. Carol has won several journalism awards for her coverage of business, environmental issues and agriculture.
She can be reached at (818) 316-3123, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phone: 818-316-3123 Extension: 114
The seven-story Alameda Media Center office property in Burbank has sold for an undisclosed price, according to Madison Partners.
Three North Hollywood properties have sold for $32 million, according to CoStar Group Inc.
As if by premonition, Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council’s planning committee members asked a Whole Foods Market Inc. representative Thursday night about whether the company planned to be acquired.
Condominiums in the San Fernando Valley hit an 11-year record price in May, according to the Southland Regional Association of Realtors Inc.
The Woodland Hills-Warner Center Neighborhood Council on Wednesday approved a proposed hotel that will now be reviewed by the city of L.A.’s planning process.
A 94,000-square-foot office building has sold in Agoura Hills for $20 million, according to L.A. commercial real estate brokerage firm Madison Partners.
Outdoor clothing and gear brand Patagonia Inc. in Ventura has bought the former Brooks Institute of Photography building, according to CBRE Group Inc.
Janss Marketplace in Thousand Oaks hopes to bring an aquarium to the mall, a strategy to use attractions to generate traffic.
Could an aquarium lure consumers into spending money at a shopping mall when more of them are shopping online?
Agoura Hills auction house gains publicity blitz from sale.
Jet owned by “The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll” puts local auction house in spotlight.
INDUSTRIAL: Investor pays $199 a square foot for former ‘90210’ studio.
Two buildings with soundstages and production studios have sold to a private investor who saw an opportunity for lucrative rents in the ultra-tight Van Nuys market.