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Camarillo Apartment Complex Sells for $96 Million

In Camarillo, a 213-apartment complex known as Las Positas has garnered $95.75 million, or $449,530 per unit.

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Conejo Valley

Office vacancy loosened to 17.4 percent, a significant uptick from 13.9 percent the previous quarter.

Simi Valley Apartments Underway

USA Properties Fund breaks ground on 311-unit project.

USA Properties Fund has started construction on a pair of apartment projects in Simi Valley totaling 311 units, a combination of market rate and affordable senior housing.

Developer Breaks Ground on 311 Units in Simi Valley

USA Properties Fund has started construction on a pair of apartment communities in Simi Valley totaling 311 units; a combination of market rate and affordable senior units.

$81 Million Residential Project Breaks Ground in Lancaster

USA Properties Fund has just broken ground on an $81 million, 264-unit development in Antelope Valley.

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Rising Realty Sells Calabasas Office Park for $79 Million

Rising Realty Partners has sold Park Calabasas β€” a 225,000-square-foot office campus sprawled across more than 20 acres in Calabasas β€” for $79 million.

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Westlake Village biotech company ImmunoCellular Therapeutics announced that it has applied for continued public quoting on the over-the-counter market to comply with amended Rule 15c2-11 under the Securities and Exchange Act.

Valley Economic Alliance Recommends Changes to L.A.’s Building Permit Process

The Valley Economic Alliance has presented 13 recommendations for permit reform to the city of Los Angeles in an effort to streamline the current real estate development and building process.

LegalZoom Looks for Subscription Revenue

LAW: Executive team from Intuit tries to duplicate the TurboTax success model.

Former Intuit Execs at Inc. trying to recreate success of TurboTax.

Westlake Village Home Sales Company to Go Public

Everhome Realty Inc., a Westlake Village-based real estate technology company that helps homeowners sell their properties, plans to go public through a Special Purpose Acquisition Company.

Valley Exodus Heads to Texas

RELOCATION: Are company exits part of larger trend?

The list of companies leaving the Valley is long. In the few years, home-selling company Rex, staffing company ASGN Inc., chocolatier Nestle USA and aerospace manufacturer Incora have exited to either Texas or Virginia.

Performance Venues in Second Year of Shutdown

LIST: For live entertainment planners, uncertainty remains the looming challenge.

Local performing arts and cultural centers – unable to stage concerts or invite audiences to see plays – have felt the brunt of the pandemic.

Multifamily Haven

Big-money projects show the importance of housing to the Antelope Valley market.

Big-money projects show the importance of housing to Antelope Valley market.

Large Companies Learn to Ratchet Up Growth

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.

Acquisition of Shipping Firm

FULFILLMENT: Moulton Logistics bought by East Cost Firm.

β€œBut wait – there’s more!” The memorable catchphrase from direct response television ads is part of the culture at Moulton Logistics Management Inc., which for years worked in conjunction with pitchman Ron Popeil.

Deal-Making With Some Calabasas Style

Lee & Associates LA North and Mazirow Commercial team up to facilitate lease for Malibu engineering firm.

Lee & Associates LA North broker Mike Tingus has teamed up with Sheryl Mazirow, namesake of Westlake Village-based Mazirow Commercial Inc., which specializes in tenant representation in lease negotiations, on an 84,000-square-foot lease in Calabasas that promises to bring many jobs to the Conejo Valley.

Ventura County Economy Faces Slow Recovery

Upshot of the annual California Lutheran University economic forecast for Ventura County by economist Mathew Fienup.

NFL Star Launches Upscale Card Shop

Westlake Village store sells Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon products.

From pigskin to Pokemon: Pro football player Cassius Marsh has a new game – a new card shop in the Conejo Valley.

Valley Home Sales Climb 12 Percent in July

Inventory, price numbers point to market plateau.

San Fernando Valley home sales climbed 12 percent in July.

A Retail Short Circuit

Fry’s Electronics permanently closes but leaves a legacy of thematic store design.