Michael Aushenker

Staff Reporter

Email: maushenker@sfvbj.com
Phone: 818-316-3123

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Rexford Buys 18 Buildings Near Van Nuys Airport for $155 Million

Rexford Industrial Realty Inc. has acquired an industrial property portfolio in the Van Nuys Airport Industrial Center for $154.6 million.

Developer Plans Five-Story Multifamily Complex in Canoga Park

Developer Alliant Strategic has proposed a five-story multifamily complex to replace an existing office building in Canoga Park.

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City Council Approves Promenade 2035 in Woodland Hills

Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to approve the huge and long-deliberated Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield project Promenade 2035 at Warner Center.

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Rexford Buys Sylmar Property for $42.6 Million in Portfolio Deal

As part of a two-property transaction, Rexford Industrial Realty Inc. has acquired a Sylmar property at 13943-13955 Balboa Blvd. for $42.6 million.

Affordable Housing Asset in Sylmar Sells for $29.4 Million

A 200-unit affordable housing complex in Sylmar has sold for $29.4 million, or $147,000 per unit.

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Valencia Warehouse Sells for $9 Million

An industrial building in Valencia has sold for $9 million, or $151 per square foot.

Valley Apartments Part of $142 Million Portfolio Sale

Raintree Partners, a commercial real estate investment company in Orange County, paid $142 million to acquire multifamily portfolio that includes properties in Canoga Park, Camarillo and Glendale.

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Agoura Hills Developer Proposes 171-Key Hotel in NoHo

An Agoura Hills developer has filed plans for a proposed seven-story hotel in North Hollywood.

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Harman Extends 164,000-Square-Foot Lease in Northridge

Harman International has signed a 164,000-square-foot lease extension in The Mix at Harman campus at 8500 Balboa Blvd. in Northridge.

Interest in Building New Movie Studio

Developer tries ‘one-stop’ tactic on Santa Clarita project.

A “One Stop”’ review has started on a 93-acre property in Placerita Canyon, according to Santa Clarita city officials.

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