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Simi Town Center Gets Capital Infusion

Simi Valley Town Center has received a new capital injection from a Boston-based real estate investment and advisory firm to continue its revitalization.

How One Developer Found In-Fill Opportunity

CONSTRUCTION: Xebec plans to transform former mine into e-commerce complex.

Xebec digs in deep in Sun Valley for new industrial space.

Settlement Reached Regarding Criminal Activity at Motel 6 in Sylmar

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer announced Thursday that his office has reached a $250,000 settlement with the owner of Motel 6 in Sylmar that will also include operational and management changes.

Bone Maker Consolidates Collection

New home to display skeletal holdings from fossils to forensics.

Greater demand for its replicated bones and skeletons leads Bone Clones to take new, larger space.

Freaky Farm

Fillmore grower scales up Halloween produce

National retailers continue demanding the highly-popular Pumpkinsteins from creator, Tony Dighera, but how has the Fillmore grower scaled up production to supply them?

Drug Backers Feel Queasy

BIOTECH: MannKind’s debt-for-equity swap hurts shareholders.

With sales stagnating, MannKind tries debt-for-equity swap to avoid $100 million payout.

HemaCare to Relocate to Larger HQ

HemaCare Corp. in Van Nuys plans to relocate its headquarters to Northridge to make room for growth, the company announced.

MyCorporation Expands in Step With Economy

OFFICE: Consultancy takes more space amid growing client base, new hires.

Startups and franchises are springing up everywhere, and that has pushed MyCorporation Inc. into bigger quarters.

Multi-Manager

Hessam Nadji brings experience in research, finance and marketing to the top job at brokerage Marcus & Millichap.

Hessam Nadji takes the helm at fast-growing brokerage Marcus & Millichap Inc.

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Glendale Man Pleads Guilty in Medicare Scam

Glendale resident Khachatour Hakobyan pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit money laundering and filing a false tax return as part of a scam at an Echo Park medical clinic.

Marriott Hotel to Rise in Downtown Lancaster

HOSPITALITY: Developer calls it ‘missing piece’ to finish retail transformation.

There’s something about Lancaster that keeps developer Scott Ehrlich coming back to build more.

Cold Caller

From Skid Row to brokering off-market property sales, Michael Koshet has learned how to hustle.

Off-market apartment sales broker and self-admitted hustler Michael Koshet.

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UCLA Buys Thousand Oaks Building

The UCLA Board of Regents has bought a Thousand Oaks medical office building that the school's health organization has been renting for about three years at a price of more than $10 million.

High-Tech Timecards Foil Slackers

Devices with GPS and cameras ensure employee punctuality.

Thinking about fudging hours at work? ExakTime’s new app and software uses phone GPS and cameras to keep hourly workers honest.

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Sisters Set Direction for Industrial Brokerage

MANAGEMENT: Siblings run CBRE team that secured deals worth $8 billion.

The high-powered team of Darla Longo and Barbara Emmons are an anomaly in the industrial real estate profession.

Oxnard Apartment Complex Sells for Nearly $31 Million

Owners of Oxnard’s Serenade at RiverPark apartment complex have just bought a neighboring apartment community.

Preview: Freaky Farm

National retailers continue demanding the highly-popular Pumpkinsteins from creator, Tony Dighera, but how has the Fillmore grower scaled up production to supply them?

Turnaround Time For Ventura County

Builders may have an answer for a shrinking economy and spiking home prices.

Can real estate help Ventura County’s economy?

Executive Shuffle at Public Storage, PS Business Parks

Glendale’s Public Storage and PS Business Parks Inc. have named new leaders of the two commercial real estate investment trusts.

Warner Center Grows from Q East to Q West

APARTMENTS: Dual project will add nearly 600 units to neighborhood.

Two mixed-use luxury apartment complexes totaling nearly 700 units are rising in the Warner Center neighborhood of Woodland Hills.