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A.F. Gilmore Co. has obtained a $100 million credit facility from Wells Fargo Bank, secured by its iconic Farmers Market retail center in the Fairfax District.
The University of Southern California and its Marshall School of Business announced Tuesday that local real estate executive William J. McMorrow made a substantial gift to the school to establish a global real estate program.
REAL ESTATE: Hines to buy major stake in record valuation.
Co-owners of Century Park to shift their stakes in a deal that would yield a record valuation.
Cal State Northridge will rename its business school after David Nazarian following a $10 million gift by the L.A. tech and real estate investor.
Shares of PennyMac Financial Services Inc. fell more than 6 percent Tuesday after its largest shareholder began selling off its stake.
The Oprah Winfrey Network signed a lease Monday to move from the Miracle Mile to West Hollywood, a deal real estate insiders have anticipated for months.
REAL ESTATE: Site seen as likely mixed-use development.
Plans for former Ford plant could rev up downtown L.A.’s Arts District.
The Second District Court of Appeals on Thursday overturned a lower court ruling that had found environmental review of the planned Newhall Ranch development in the Santa Clarita Valley was inadequate.
Shares of Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. rose slightly on Thursday after the office landlord priced a 3.5 million share secondary offering of stock being sold by shareholders.
Shares of KB Home rose nearly 6 percent on Wednesday after the home builder said it moved to a profit in its fiscal first quarter and new home orders had increased.
POLITICS: Proposal would limit owners’ ability to sell properties.
L.A. landlords look to boot a proposed bill that would limit their ability to evict tenants.
A 32-story tower in the heart of Burbank’s media district – the tallest office building in its market – is expected to trade hands next week in a deal many consider a steal.
Shares of Rentech Inc. and its Rentech Nitrogen Partners spinoff fell on Tuesday after the parent company reported lower fourth-quarter revenue and a larger loss than Wall Street expected. Marcus & Millichap Inc. also reported a net loss due to higher costs from last fall's IPO.
Influx of Asians driving San Gabriel development
San Gabriel’s booming tourism gives birth to developments.
DEVELOPMENT: Long-stalled residential project at a former Navy housing complex sets sail in San Pedro.
A long-stalled 61-acre residential project in San Pedro has been given the go-ahead by the Los Angeles City Council, paving the way for work to begin on one of the largest infill residential developments in the city.