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Reflecting on Work’s ‘Changing Nature’

Valley author’s book examines the evolution of employment.

Authors are supposed to write what they know, and with his fifth book, “The Changing Nature of Work,” Richard Kaumeyer has done just that.

Virtual Leasing

MARKETING: COVID-19 deepens brokers’ utilization of video technology.

Coronavirus pandemic spurs the popularity of using technology to visit rental spaces virtually.

North Hills Motel 6 Sells for $9 Million During Pandemic

The Motel 6 in North Hills has sold for $9 million in a transaction that opened and closed during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Preview: Residential Rebound

September marks Valley's highest monthly home sales since June 2018.

Coronavirus Effect

ECONOMY: The disease has impacted businesses across the Valley region – with more to come.

Coronavirus has impacted businesses across the Valley region – with more to come.

Coronavirus Complicates Sales of NoHo Apartment Building

A 10-unit multifamily property in North Hollywood has sold for $2. 38 million, despite complications from the coronavirus.

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Santa Clarita May Purchase Struggling Ice Rink

A glimmer of hope continues to sparkle for the embattled Valencia Ice Station as the Santa Clarita City Council is considering a rescue of the 93,000-square-foot ice skating rink — a 20-year-old local institution that has been put on ice since the coronavirus outbreak in March.

Preview: A Time for E-Commerce

The coronavirus has accelerated the trend toward e-commerce in the Valley economy, with the primary beneficiary Inc.

Santa Clarita Approves $14.5 Million Purchase of Ice Rink

Santa Clarita City Council on Tuesday approved the $14.5 million purchase of the property hosting Valencia Ice Station, a 20-year-old local rink that had been skating on thin ice ever since the coronavirus outbreak in March.

Westfield, Simon Shut Down Shopping Centers Amid Virus Outbreak

Two major mall owners in the Valley region are closing their shopping centers in light of the coronavirus outbreak.

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Multifamily Muddle

RESIDENTIAL: Landlords say new rules promote lawsuits and non-payment of rent.

Since March, the state of California has sought to protect residential tenants from landlord abuse by imposing moratoriums on rent hikes and evictions as they navigate the coronavirus crisis.

Residential Landlords Plan Protest Saturday

Small property owners plan to demonstrate Saturday in downtown Los Angeles, according to a Real Deal report.

Three Counties Explore Forming Separate COVID-19 Region

Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties intend to petition the state to form a separate Central Coast region for the purpose of coronavirus pandemic regulation.

Marcus & Millichap to Lay Off 175 Staffers

Calabasas-based brokerage Marcus & Millichap Inc. will lay off 175 salaried employees, or 20 percent of its 877-person workforce, as the coronavirus outbreak ripples through the commercial real estate industry.

Sweet Future

DEVELOPMENT: Limoneira has plans beyond the crisis for its big housing project in Santa Paula.

Limoneira Co. has plans for its big housing project in Santa Paula.

Impact on Industrial

REAL ESTATE: Manufacturing could rebound and e-commerce expand; meanwhile, deals dry up.

Industrial property transactions dry up as coronavirus pandemic continues.

Van Nuys Apartments Sell for $2 Million

An eight-unit multifamily property at 14533 Dickens St. in Van Nuys has sold for $1.95 million, or $243,750 per unit.

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Residential Landlords Protest Moratorium

‘Mom-and-pop’ owners get vocal at county offices.

Several dozen advocates of “mom-and-pop” property owners demonstrated Aug. 15 in downtown Los Angeles calling for an end to the state of California’s eviction moratorium.

Industrial Conversion Works in Simi Valley

Former office building on Tapo Canyon finds tenant.

An office building in Simi Valley that was converted to a warehouse has been leased to an e-commerce distribution company – another example of how industrial space has become in-demand during the last two quarters with the coronavirus crisis.

Camarillo Strip Mall Sells for $4.8 Million

An 8,000-square-foot retail center in Camarillo has sold for $4.8 million, according to brokerage NAI Capital.

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