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Calabasas-based Marcus & Millichap has announced the sale of 2387 Florencita Dr. in Montrose for $3.3 million.
Institutional Property Advisors, a division of Marcus & Millichap Inc. in Calabasas, announced Wednesday that Edmonton, Alberta-based multifamily investment advisory team Bradley Gingerich, Paul Chaput, Bradyn Arth and Jane Woertman have joined the firm.
Chinese investment in U.S. real estate last year declined by more than half, according to a Cushman & Wakefield report.
Calabasas-based national brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap Inc. has announced that it acquired Form Real Estate Advisors Inc., a commercial real estate services firm in Vancouver, British Columbia, that specializes in retail transactions and advisory services.
The Canadian owner of the Mall of America is negotiating to buy one of the largest redevelopment sites in Los Angeles: the former rocket-engine manufacturing site of Aerojet Rocketdyne, according to CoStar Group.
With the coronavirus crisis encouraging online shopping, companies from Amazon.com to local businesses are in the market for warehouses.
With Amazon.com Inc. leading the way, online retailers are taking up warehouse space in the greater Valley region.
A Van Nuys warehouse that is home to ice manufacturers has sold for $2.9 million (or $202 a square foot) in a deal closed Feb. 21, according to CoStar Group.
Crazy Falafel, a popular falafel and kabob stand, and its host business Crazy Car Wash in Tarzana will be demolished to make space for 59 apartments after receiving Los Angeles City Council’s approval.
Commercial real estate brokerage Lee & Associates-LA North/Ventura has promoted four agents to principal status, growing its team of senior brokers to 29.
The economy may be showing signs of a slowdown, but the underlying fundamentals are strong. That was the takeaway from City National Bank’s Economic & Investment Forum, held Thursday at Four Seasons Westlake Village.
REAL ESTATE: Manufacturing could rebound and e-commerce expand; meanwhile, deals dry up.
Industrial property transactions dry up as coronavirus pandemic continues.
LIST: Expansion at scale occurs in essential sectors such as tools and trucking.
It’s a major milestone for small businesses to execute a strategy for fast growth, but large companies in the Valley have learned to grow at double-digit rates despite their bulk.
Xebec Realty has announced the purchase of an industrial facility in Chatsworth, which the Dallas-based real estate investment company plans to renovate for e-commerce deliveries.
Real estate developers Gelt Inc. and Uhon have secured $83 million in bridge refinancing on behalf of its joint venture The Watermark Apartments in Reseda.
Valley entertainment firms enjoy good year at film convention.
Local companies attend CinemaCon.
Developer moves inventory in Chatsworth and Simi Valley.
Landsea Homes continues to make waves in the Southern California residential real estate market with three more houses sold in Chatsworth.
In Camarillo, a 213-apartment complex known as Las Positas has garnered $95.75 million, or $449,530 per unit.
Montecito-based Levine Family Properties LLC is proposing to create a 244-unit development at 21201 W. Victory Blvd. in Woodland Hills.
A pair of conservation groups have moved to save a 120-year-old Scholle farmhouse in Camarillo that is slated to be razed for the final element of a mixed-use project currently in development, according to a Camarillo Acorn report.