With Covid-related uncertainty top of mind for many investors, net lease properties have become one of the most in-demand real estate asset types in Los Angeles.
Asking rates for office property leases remain high, even as many businesses have turned to remote work during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Quarterly highlights from every submarket of L.A. County in the Real Estate Quarterly Special Report.
Santa Monica-based Dedeaux Properties is one of the busiest industrial real estate developers in Los Angeles.
In Koreatown, the big name in development is Jamison.
Perhaps no developer has made as much news in the past few months as Brentwood-based Hudson Pacific Properties Inc.
Woodland Hills-based NewMark Merrill Cos. Inc. is an active player in L.A.’s retail real estate market.
Just five years after entering the Los Angeles market, Compass is the largest residential brokerage firm in L.A.
Philanthropist Edythe Broad and her husband, billionaire business leader Eli Broad, are founders of the Broad Foundations, which have combined assets of $3 billion.
When Daniel Jaffe’s law partner of 42 years retired last year, Jaffe did the natural thing for a man of 82 — he signed a three-year Century City office lease and launched a new firm, continuing to handle high-net-worth family law cases.
Donald Friese is the billionaire former owner and chairman of Vernon-based glass products company C.R. Laurence.
For nearly 50 years, Warren Olney has been a fixture in Los Angeles broadcast journalism.
Puerto Rican-born star Rita Moreno was the first Latina to achieve EGOT status by winning all four major entertainment awards: an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony.
Joe Saltzman began his career as a senior writer-producer for CBS owned-and-operated TV stations in Los Angeles.
Nedjatollah Harounian can’t wait to get back to work. But for now, his Melrose Avenue footwear store, Palais Des Modes, remains shuttered — looters set it on fire during social justice protests on May 30.