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LEASE: Beats Electronics to leave Santa Monica for Hayden Tract space.
Audio equipment company Beats Electronics, which sells high-end headphones branded by rapper and music producer Dr. Dre, will move its headquarters from Santa Monica to Culver City next year.
Health care real estate firm HCP Inc. on Thursday said it fired longtime chief executive James Flaherty.
New York real estate firm Madison International Realty announced Wednesday that it had purchased a 49 percent interest in One California Plaza, a 42-story office tower at 300 S. Grand Ave. in downtown Los Angeles.
Thomas Properties Group Inc. said Tuesday it has completed the liquidation of a joint venture with the California State Teachers' Retirement System.
CBRE Global Investors, CBRE Group Inc.’s investment management business, is expected to end a $700 million real estate debt fund following the departure of key executives.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced his nominees to the Planning Commission Monday, a list that included a Walt Disney Co. executive and several local attorneys.
The chief executive of Santa Monica’s Morley Builders and his adult son were believed to have been on a private plane that crashed after landing at Santa Monica Municipal Airport Sunday night, apparently killing all on board.
The Mercer at Warner Center, a 477-unit apartment complex in Woodland Hills, has sold for $88 million in the largest multifamily sale in the San Fernando Valley so far this year.
REAL ESTATE: Fight over unpaid debt may squelch development.
Sale of mammoth, high-end lot by trustees didn’t go down well for Herbalife heir Alex Hughes.
KB Home on Tuesday said that it sold more homes at higher prices in its fiscal third quarter, resulting in a significant rise in net income.
The latest USC Casden Multifamily Forecast report predicts that rents will continue to rise in the region despite new construction, as demand for rental housing continues to increase.
REAL ESTATE: Owners looking to sell landmark twin-tower campus for $2 billion.
The owners of the Century Park office campus, perhaps the region’s most recognizable real estate outside of downtown Los Angeles, have put the trophy property up for sale.
Ryland Group Inc. on Wednesday said that it opened a residential development in Indiana.
The sprawling Century Park office campus, which includes the headquarters of Creative Artists Agency and the twin Century Plaza Towers, has been put on the market by J.P. Morgan Asset Management.
REAL ESTATE: Executive order has agency leaving Miracle Mile for Citigroup Center.
After many years in the Miracle Mile, the L.A. office of the Securities and Exchange Commission is moving downtown.