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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.
WeWork, a company that rents shared office space to fledgling entrepreneurs, has signed a 10-year lease for a little more than 40,000 square feet at 520 Broadway in Santa Monica.
The Los Angeles area already has three potential sites for an NFL football stadium. But now, there appears to be a fourth.
Billionaire developer Rick Caruso announced Tuesday that his real estate company, Caruso Affiliated, has completed the purchase of a portfolio of retail properties in Pacific Palisades along Swarthmore Avenue.
Tutor Perini Corp. and two joint venture partners have reached a $88.7 million settlement with the state of Massachusetts over litigation on the “Big Dig” project through central Boston.
The Mann Biomedical Park in Valencia and Sylmar Biomedical Park in the San Fernando Valley, both owned by Alfred Mann, have been sold to Intertex Cos. in Valencia with financial backing from L.A. investment firm Oaktree Capital Management. Biomedical Park in Valencia has finally closed. It was acquired by Intertex Cos. in Valencia with financial backing from L.A. investment firm Oaktree Capital Management.
Santa Monica real estate investment trust Colony Financial Inc. announced Wednesday that it had agreed to acquire Cobalt Capital Partners, a real estate investment trust in Irving, Texas, for about $1.6 billion.
Burns & McDonnell, a global engineering, architecture, construction and environmental services firm based in Kansas City, Mo., has opened a new office in Pasadena, its fourth in California.
Downtown L.A. asset management firm Oaktree Capital Management has signed a lease to extend and expand its headquarters in the area.
Apartment buildings in Koreatown continue to be a popular buy for investors. Murano Apartments, a 46-unit multifamily property at 342-50 S. Catalina St., was sold recently to Beverly Hills real estate company SM Management for $11.6 million, or about $252,000 a unit. The seller, San Mateo investment group TDA Inc., had purchased the building for $5.1 million in 2002, according to CoStar. The property was entirely occupied at the time of sale.
The Paley Center for Media property sold last week for the highest off-Rodeo Drive price paid for a Beverly Hills retail property since 2007.
A 12,000-square-foot retail building along a busy stretch of San Vicente in Brentwood sold last month for about $25 million, or more than $2,084 a square foot.
Carthay Campus, a two-building Class A office campus in Carthay Circle, sold for $75.3 million, or about $351 a square foot.
Entertainment marketing agency Trailer Park, which specializes in creating trailers for motion pictures, including for recent films such as “The Judge,” “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Godzilla,” has expanded its commitment to Hollywood.