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Rexford Industrial Realty Inc. on Wednesday said that it has added to its fast-growing Valley portfolio with a nearly $16 million purchase in Simi Valley.
CBRE Group Inc. said Tuesday that it has acquired Whitestone Research Corp., a Santa Barbara consulting and software company that provides real estate-related products and services.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. in Pasadena said Friday that it completed its $1.1 billion acquisition of Australian professional services firm Sinclair Knight Merz.
Tutor Perini Corp. announced Thursday a subsidiary has won a $510 million contract at the Hudson Yards mixed use development in downtown New York City.
Mike Burke will take over in March as chief executive of downtown L.A. engineering and technical services firm Aecom Technology Corp., the company announced Wednesday.
Rexford Industrial Realty Inc. on Wednesday said that it has acquired Bonita Thompson Industrial Park, a 16.3-acre industrial complex in Pomona.
Hines Real Estate Investment Trust Inc. of Houston agreed last week to buy the expansive Howard Hughes Center in Marina del Rey for $506 million.
Aecom Technology Corp. has received a contract to resume program management of construction projects planned by the Libyan government's Housing and Infrastructure Board that were suspended during that country’s 2011 revolution.
Path to first Santa Monica B&B took five years, $2.8 million
Santa Monica welcomes its first bed-and-breakfast after a five-year struggle for the property’s owners.
The Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority has decided to limit the commercial development of 58 acres of land that it owns adjacent to the Burbank Bob Hope Airport.
REAL ESTATEL: Boulevard Partners snaps up creative space in off-market deal.
Developers and investors are taking notice as the Arts District in downtown Los Angeles continues to draw the attention of creative people and businesses.
The trend to ever-smaller work spaces has Charles Crumpley feeling pinched.
REAL ESTATE: City core takes some shine from Silicon Beach.
Real Estate: Software firm Daqri’s lease is another sign downtown L.A. is clicking with tech companies.
After more than six years of headaches and false starts, Santa Monica real estate company MJW Investments finally sold the historic Sears Roebuck & Co. tower in Boyle Heights.
REAL ESTATE: Area’s older buildings lose pull with sector.
Real Estate: Miracle Mile landlords may need to go to greater lengths to hold on to their media company tenants.