SoFi Stadium, the largest stadium built in Los Angeles County in nearly a century, officially arrives this month after years of development.
LeBron James is about to find out if he can add more brawn than bravado to his already prolific business portfolio.
Kathryn Schloessman, president of the Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission, can envision the moment when the local sports landscape will finally rebound from the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The sports world is still reeling from the coronavirus pandemic, and L.A.’s pro franchises are learning to play by a new set of rules. Read more in the Business Journal's 2020 Business of Sports special report.
The Covid-19 pandemic might seem like a devastating blow to the coworking movement, which has blossomed in L.A. and elsewhere in recent years.
The coliving market is feeling the impact of Covid-19.
Coworking was one of the hottest sectors in real estate — then Covid-19 arrived.
Sales across most real estate asset types slowed during the second quarter, but developers and brokers said one area remained enticing.
When it comes to interest and activity, the Covid-19 pandemic has pushed one real estate asset type above the rest: industrial.
L.A.’s previously strong office market was hit hard in the second quarter, but it isn’t necessarily apparent in the numbers.
Ecommerce boosts industrial, long-term leases keep the office sector afloat, interest increases in 1031 exchanges — these trends and detailed submarket data are featured in the Q2 2020 Real Estate Quarterly special report.
Submarket Data Summary
Quarterly highlights from every submarket of L.A. County in the Real Estate Quarterly Special Report.
L.A.’s publicly traded companies have felt the sting of the Covid-19 pandemic and resulting business shutdowns, with entertainment behemoth Walt Disney Co. leading the way.
Investors were bullish on several of L.A.’s publicly traded bioscience companies during the 12 months ending June 30, sending those companies soaring on the Business Journal’s annual public companies list.
Genius Brands International Inc. is the biggest gainer on the Business Journal’s 2020 list of largest public companies, logging a year-over-year market cap increase of 3,032% and jumping 47 spots from No. 119 to No. 72.