Hannah Madans

Reporter (Real Estate)

Email: hmadans@labusinessjournal.com
Phone: 323-549-5225

Recent Stories

L.A. Rising: Miracle Mile

Mid-Wilshire area gets a makeover

The changes taking place in the Miracle Mile area largely fall into two categories: museums and multifamily housing.

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Crenshaw Plaza Sets Financing

Recently acquired retail center receives $31 million

Despite the so-called retail apocalypse, shopping centers in Southern California are still receiving interest from buyers and lenders.

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Hancock Park Gets Coliving Site

Joint venture will convert 78-unit apartment building

A 78-unit apartment building in Hancock Park has sold for $29 million to a coliving developer.

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JRK Property Holdings Is Checking Into Hotels

Company buys Texas sites, seeks other opportunities

JRK Property Holdings Inc. is upgrading its status in the hotel category as part of its larger growth strategy.

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Torrance Industrial Property Sells for $21.5 Million

IDI Logistics bought the property.

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Rancho Dominguez Site Secures 3 Leases

BYD, Schultz, Total Safety agree to long-term deals

Three leases totaling 115,000 square feet have been signed for an industrial campus in Rancho Dominguez.

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Developer Gillen Pairs Unvarnished with Side

Former stunt driver revs up luxury brokerage division

Scott Gillen, the former stunt-driver turned director turned developer has launched a luxury brokerage division of his company, Malibu-based Unvarnished Co.

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SKSI Takes Architecture to the Mall

Company may open 200 stores in next three years

SKSI Plans and Permits hopes to make architectural services more accessible to the masses.

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Titmouse Signs Building Lease in Burbank

GPI secures lease for animation company

Titmouse Inc., an animation production company, signed a 95,000-square-foot lease for an entire building in Burbank.

Jerde Thinks Local, Too

After international fame, firm eyes LA work

Jerde Partnership believes it can go big and go home. The downtown-based design and architecture firm is putting its mark on projects around Los Angeles.

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