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Christina Development Keeps Its Focus on the Westside

Real estate veteran Lawrence Taylor, who founded Christina Development Corp. more than 40 years ago, was fortunate to have several mentors during his career.

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JRW Realty Has Success With Net Leases

Melinda Marston is a veteran real estate broker with more than 30 years of business experience.

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JLL Arranges $173 Million Worth of Loans for Apartment Buildings

Fourteen multifamily properties owned by unnamed Southern California-based borrowers have received $172.9 million in financing.

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CenterPoint Picks Up 3.4 Acres in Bell Gardens

CenterPoint Properties has purchased an industrial site in Bell Gardens for an undisclosed price.

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Telacu’s Businesses Boost Underserved Communities

Commerce-based Telacu takes a unique approach to building its own businesses while also helping underserved communities.

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DPI Retail Stands Strong With Grocery-Anchored Shopping Centers

El Segundo-based DPI Retail has worked hard during Covid-19 to ensure its properties remain strong in the face of the pandemic.

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Ratkovich Co. Taps Saenger as New CEO

Ratkovich Co., one of the largest and most influential developers in Los Angeles, has a new chief executive.

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Stay Open Turns Empty Storefronts Into Pod Hotels

Stay Open Inc. is looking to transform empty storefronts and buildings in prime locations into pod hotels.

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Koreatown Building Sells for $15 Million

A medical office building located at 2970 W. Olympic Blvd. in Koreatown has sold for $15.3 million.

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Creative Office Campus to Open in El Segundo This Summer

Federal Realty Investment Trust, which has local offices in El Segundo, is bringing creative office space to the South Bay.

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Budding Architect Demar Matthews Wants to Elevate Black Neighborhoods

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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.

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Redondo Beach Creative Office Campus Sells for $24 Million

Hawkwood Ventures has purchased Linq, a creative office campus in Redondo Beach, for $24 million.

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Buildings That Opened During Pandemic Are Slow to Lease

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.

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LA Apartment Portfolio Secures $56 Million In Loans

A portfolio of six apartment buildings in Los Angeles has received $56.5 million in loans.

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CBRE Acquires Construction Management Firm Beezley

CBRE Group Inc. has acquired Calabasas-based construction management and project advisory services company Beezley Management.

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