Real estate veteran Lawrence Taylor, who founded Christina Development Corp. more than 40 years ago, was fortunate to have several mentors during his career.
Melinda Marston is a veteran real estate broker with more than 30 years of business experience.
Fourteen multifamily properties owned by unnamed Southern California-based borrowers have received $172.9 million in financing.
CenterPoint Properties has purchased an industrial site in Bell Gardens for an undisclosed price.
Commerce-based Telacu takes a unique approach to building its own businesses while also helping underserved communities.
El Segundo-based DPI Retail has worked hard during Covid-19 to ensure its properties remain strong in the face of the pandemic.
Ratkovich Co., one of the largest and most influential developers in Los Angeles, has a new chief executive.
Stay Open Inc. is looking to transform empty storefronts and buildings in prime locations into pod hotels.
A medical office building located at 2970 W. Olympic Blvd. in Koreatown has sold for $15.3 million.
Federal Realty Investment Trust, which has local offices in El Segundo, is bringing creative office space to the South Bay.
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Demar Matthews was a senior at Woodbury School of Architecture in Burbank when he determined he would start his own design firm after graduation.
Hawkwood Ventures has purchased Linq, a creative office campus in Redondo Beach, for $24 million.
Jamison, a Koreatown-based developer with a strong presence in the neighborhood, managed to open a handful of large multifamily buildings over the past few months.
A portfolio of six apartment buildings in Los Angeles has received $56.5 million in loans.
CBRE Group Inc. has acquired Calabasas-based construction management and project advisory services company Beezley Management.