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Downtown L.A.’s Commerce Escrow Co. and affiliate RPM Investments Inc. have been acquired by Opus Bank of Irvine in a cash-and-stock deal.
Downtown Los Angeles real estate developer Rising Realty Partners has acquired the Figueroa Courtyard, a five-building low-rise office park in downtown Los Angeles. The purchase price was not disclosed.
A two-decade long development battle in Malibu came to an abrupt close last week when developer Trancas PCH dropped its lawsuit against the city.
Pasadena engineering and construction management company Tetra Tech Inc. closed 2014 by committing to keeping its headquarters in the San Gabriel Valley.
A 16-story office building in Glendale sold last month for more than $83 million, a price not seen in the city since before the recession.
Foreclosures in Los Angeles County jumped significantly in December, up 44 percent from November. But despite the month-over-month increase, the 2014 foreclosure rate countywide was down 18 percent from 2013, according to a report released Thursday.
A small Class C office building, along with an adjacent parking lot, at the west end of Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice sold last month for $15.5 million.
Despite reporting a year-end surge in profits, Los Angeles homebuilder KB Homes saw its stock plummet 16 percent Tuesday after its chief executive said the company expected a drop in gross margins in the current quarter.
Santa Monica multilevel marketing firm Beachbody, best known for infomercials selling its exercise and body-sculpting DVD programs Insanity and P90X, is bulking up at the beach.
Two property developers on Monday filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Malibu to block a ballot measure voters approved in November to limit chain stores and large commercial projects.
Less than two weeks after a fire damaged its downtown L.A. headquarters, law firm Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith agreed to move to the iconic U.S. Bank Tower building at 633 W. Fifth St.
Real estate investment firm DivcoWest announced Thursday that it has completed a joint venture with storied L.A. developer Rob Maguire to gain an interest in his Playa Vista creative office campus, Water’s Edge.
Tutor Perini Corp. has reached a nearly $190 million settlement with the owners of the CityCenter project in Las Vegas over a hotel that never opened due to alleged construction flaws.
Despite a deluge of bad publicity in recent months, San Francisco ridesharing company Uber Technologies Inc. has decided to put down deeper stakes in Silicon Beach.
OTX Logistics Inc., an international freight-forwarder based in Hong Kong with U.S. headquarters in Los Angeles, has signed a lease to move inland from the South Bay to consolidate and expand its warehouse footprint by more than 360 percent.