Public Storage released its 2021 Sustainability Report detailing how the company has positioned itself for long-term growth.
Los Angeles SkyRail Express consortium has signed an agreement with Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority to pre-develop a mass transit project connecting the San Fernando Valley with the west side of Los Angeles.
Tejon Ranch Corp. has broken ground on a 629,274-square-foot speculative warehouse at Tejon Ranch Commerce Center near Lebec.
A Chatsworth-based distributor of athletic gear has signed a lease at 9419 Mason Ave.
A development site in the master-planned Valencia Commerce Center closed escrow for $9.5 million.
NewMark Merrill Cos., a shopping center owner, has grown its executive team by six with a half-dozen outside hires brought aboard to meet demand as the retail sector opens post-pandemic.
L.A. County tenants have been granted three more months of protection from eviction.
A 28,000-square-foot warehouse at Van Nuys Airport Industrial Center has leased to an undisclosed West Los Angeles company for the storage of baby products.
A 22,440-square-foot industrial building in the city of San Fernando has sold for $5.6 million, or $248 per square foot.
Investors Management Group has acquired Azul Apartments, a 246-unit complex built in San Antonio for an undisclosed price.
A three-unit industrial building with 14,818 square feet in Glendale has sold for $3.8 million.
Nonprofit organization Bridge to Home has temporarily relocated its shelter operations for individuals lacking permanent housing to a parcel of vacant land on Pine Street in Santa Clarita owned by Trammell Crow Co. and Clarion Partners.
A new four-story apartment complex has been proposed for a Toluca Lake site that currently hosts an auto repair shop.
USA Properties Fund has just broken ground on an $81 million, 264-unit development in Antelope Valley.
Encino-based multifamily investment and management company New Standard Equities has acquired a pair of neighboring Pacific Northwest assets – Cedar Glen and Maple Manor – and rebranded the combined 144 units as Indigo Apartment Homes in Bremerton, Wash.