Special Report: Real Estate Quarterly — Q4 2019

Demand, prices and activity were at high levels in L.A.'s real estate market during the fourth quarter.

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Hip Hooray: Highland Park Has History — and Property Prices — on Its Side

Cool Enclave Welcomes Families

History and hipsters have converged in family-friendly Highland Park.

Big Dealer: Rexford Piles Up the Properties in the Industrial Space

Industrial Rents Up 200% in 10 Years

The industrial sector has been one of real estate’s hottest asset classes since the recession, and that has been a boon to Rexford Industrial Realty Inc.

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Los Angeles County Real Estate Market, 4th Quarter 2019

Submarket Data Summary

Quarterly highlights from every submarket of L.A. County in the Real Estate Quarterly Special Report.

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2020 Philanthropy Special Report

Innovative L.A. companies and dedicated business leaders are at the forefront of the city's substantial philanthropic efforts.

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The Problem Solver

When it comes to his community, low-key Anthony Pritzker is highly engaged

Anthony Pritzker shares his approach to philanthropy, which combines business with financial giving and a considerable amount of engagement.

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A Giving Mood

Innovative local companies embrace volunteerism to connect with workers and their communities

Businesses taking note of employees' benefits preferences are embracing social responsibility programs to boost recruitment, retention and productivity.

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Special Report: Businesses Moving Boldly into the New Year

2020 Year-Ahead Preview

These are the key companies, trends and topics to watch in 2020.

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Infrastructure: Get set for a year of massive openings and major executive moves

2020 Year-Ahead Special Report

Not only is 2020 shaping up to be a momentous year for the completion of massive infrastructure projects in Los Angeles County, it also will mark transitions at two major infrastructure entities.

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Real Estate: A hot market figures to stay that way

2020 Year-Ahead Special Report

Local real estate executives and industry observers predict continued growth across asset classes along with evolving tactics for 2020.

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Banking & Finance: Leaning into technology and looking to cut costs

Los Angeles banking and finance in the year ahead will be shaped by technological innovation, cost-cutting and a possible economic slowdown, local experts predict.

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Venture Capital: Firms will find opportunities exist amid uncertainty

Venture capitalists in Los Angeles see opportunities for the year ahead — regardless of the state of the economy.

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Arts & Institutions: The Academy Museum is almost ready for its closeup

L.A.’s investment in its cultural capital has increased markedly over the past few years with the announcement of a number of splashy new or expanded museums or arts institutions fueled by mega-donations.

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Sports Business: SoFi’s opening, Dodger Stadium’s upgrades and several big events

The heart of L.A.’s 2020 sports business calendar will almost certainly be the July opening of SoFi Stadium at Hollywood Park in Inglewood.

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Health Care & Biomed: Arrowhead looks to maintain positive momentum

Two companies appear to be heading in opposite directions this year in the biomed and health care space.

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