CONSTRUCTION: Stock of Ryland buoyed by run of recent acquisitions.
Ryland is building momentum as it buys back into markets the company fled during the downturn.
SALE: Thomas Properties sheds El Segundo project in $48.1 million deal.
Thomas Properties Group Inc. has sold a large El Segundo site on which it had planned to build a nearly 2 million-square-foot mixed-use complex for $48.1 million.
LEASE: Fremantle Media consolidates space with 10-year deal in Burbank.
Entertainment company Fremantle Media North America, producer of television shows such as “American Idol” and “X Factor,” is consolidating its headquarters in Burbank.
HOSPITALITY: Developers check into projects amid recovery.
Hoteliers have shed their recessionary reservations to move forward on a host of projects.
Daughter follows dad to study architecture at academy in Rome.
Father and daughter keep it in the family with their fellowships to American Academy in Rome.
Ryland Group Inc. is acquiring luxury homebuilder LionsGate Homes in Carrollton, Texas, the company announced Friday.
Bank of America Corp. has agreed to pay mortgage insurer MBIA Inc. $1.6 billion to settle legal disputes related to home loans from its Countrywide Financial unit that were packaged into securities during the financial crisis, the bank announced Monday.
AKA Beverly Hills looks to steer guests to complimentary bikes.
AKA Beverly Hills hotel peddles complimentary bikes as a draw for guests.
FINANCE: Green Dot revenue beats expectations despite rise in competition.
Investors put their money on prepaid debit card company Green Dot after healthy quarterly report.
Purchase: Shapeshifter’s $5.2 million deal one of year’s highest in Burbank.
A post production company has bought an office building in the heart of Burbank’s Media District in one of the highest sales of its kind in the city this year.