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The Valley’s Frozen Assets

Ice cream made with liquid nitrogen takes a bite out of market.

Nitrogen ice creameries open in Valley.

B. Riley Relocates From Woodland Hills to Westlake Village

Financial services firm B. Riley Financial has signed a new 18,000-square-foot office lease in Westlake Village.

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Conejo Chamber Starts Relief Fund for Small Businesses

The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce Foundation, in partnership with the cities of Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village and Agoura Hills, has created a relief fund to help local small businesses endure the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rental Houses for Middle-Aged Millennials

REAL ESTATE: American Homes 4 Rent to build dwellings.

American Homes 4 Rent builds houses not for owners but for renters.

Moorpark: High Street Depot Kicks Into Gear

DEVELOPMENT: Images reveal design of mixed-use next of Metro station.

DiCecco Architecture Inc. recently revealed its designs for High Street Depot, a mixed-use project that promises to blend retail and residential units adjacent to Moorpark’s Metro station.

Tri-County Chamber Alliance Backs Central Coast Region for COVID-19 Regulation

The Tri-County Chamber Alliance has voiced its support for a movement to see Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties become their own region for COVID-19 regulation.

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.

Project Roomkey

HOSPITALITY: Hotel owner deems state program to house the homeless during pandemic ‘a win-win.’

With Project Roomkey — an initiative to convert hotels into temporary housing for a virus-vulnerable segment of the homeless population — the state has simultaneously addressed the pandemic and California’s homeless problem by encouraging counties to lease up 15,000 hotel rooms.

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Reveleer is a medical data platform for health plans that facilitates government compliance and risk management.

Fast-Track Designer

James Heimler has knack for quickly drawing architectural plans for a variety of buildings types in the Valley.

Architect James Heimler designs a variety of building types.

‘Moderate Luxury Housing’ in Warner Center

DEVELOPMENT: Vert offers 277 units and work/live option in Canoga Park.

The Warner Center 2035 Specific Plan has created a residential buildup with twin goals – fortify Woodland Hills as the future downtown of the San Fernando Valley and address the statewide housing shortage.

Valley Economic Alliance Secures Money to Repair Fernando Award Monuments

Valley Economic Alliance, under the leadership of Randy Witt, has secured $10,000 from L.A. City Councilmembers to repair to two San Fernando Valley monuments.

Tour of Toyland

REAL ESTATE: Grand opening of MGA Entertainment’s new 24 campus headquarters brings high hopes to Chatsworth.

REAL ESTATE: Grand opening of MGA Entertainment’s new 24 campus headquarters brings high hopes to Chatsworth.

Thousand Oaks Mixed-Use Project Finds $59 Million in Funding

The Latigo Group has made progress on its Thousand Oaks mixed-use project as Dekel Capital has arranged a $59 million construction loan for the Los Angeles-based developer.

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Fewer People, More Space

Architects and builders see continued need for centralized workplaces.

One casualty of the coronavirus may be the open office configurations which thrived until 2020, but the work-from-home fade isn’t going to replace centralized workspace, according to designers, architects and builders interviewed by the Business Journal.

200-Unit Second Phase Coming to Panorama Tower Development

Developer Izek Shomof is seeking entitlements to transform the parking lots surrounding Panorama Tower, his recently opened condominium project in Panorama City, into a major mixed-use complex.

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Latigo Plans Mixed-Use

Developer secures $59 million to build 299 Thousand Oaks.

A rare and ambitious multifamily endeavor is underway in Thousand Oaks.

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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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.

Uncommon Calabasas Development Turns 20

Retail: Caruso’s shopping center has become city’s de facto town square.

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