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Mixed-Use Living Taps into Hollywood’s New Tenant Base

Mixed-Use Living Taps into Hollywood’s New Tenant Base

The new El Centro Apartments and Bungalows in Hollywood was designed to tap into the new tenant base moving to Hollywood. by: By Kelsi Maree Borland original article: https://www.globest.com/2019/01/18/mixed-use-living-taps-into-hollywoods-new-tenant-base/?slreturn=20190110161834 The new El Centro Apartments and Bungalows in Hollywood is targeting a new tenant base in Hollywood. In […]

To make transit work, does LA need to make driving harder?

To make transit work, does LA need to make driving harder?

A recent UCLA report suggests ballot initiatives may not be enough By: By Elijah Chiland Original article: https://la.curbed.com/2019/2/5/18211168/transit-los-angeles-parking-density-report Los Angeles voters have made it clear they’re willing to tax themselves for more transit options. But, so far, most residents aren’t displaying much interest in riding: Metro ridership […]

TSM inaugurates West Square in Beverly Hills project with investments exceeding EGP 300m

TSM inaugurates West Square in Beverly Hills project with investments exceeding EGP 300m

Carrefour supermarket opened last week within project on area of 1,000 sqm by:  Shaimaa Al-Aees original article: https://dailynewsegypt.com/2019/02/04/tsm-inaugurates-west-square-in-beverly-hills-project-with-investments-exceeding-egp-300m/ TSM Mall Management has inaugurated its new project West Square in the Beverly Hills project, the large mixed-use living community in Sheikh Zayed, owned by SODIC. The company handles the […]

As sales plunge, LA home prices are inching up at the slowest rate in years

As sales plunge, LA home prices are inching up at the slowest rate in years

Sales of homes and condos fell 20 percent since last December.  Photo by Liz Kuball LA County’s median sale price was $581,500 in December By Elijah Chiland For Los Angeles’s real estate market, 2018 ended with barely a whimper. Just 5,291 homes sold in December, representing […]

Showtime Moves Into New West Hollywood Headquarters

Showtime Moves Into New West Hollywood Headquarters

by Peter Kiefer original article: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/showtime-moves-new-west-hollywood-headquarters-1174521 The 50,000-square-foot, glass-walled offices now boast several collaboration areas, a flood of natural light, lounges with Hollywood Hills views, a cafe and a state-of-the-art screening room. L.A.’s Hollywood district just got a little more Showtime. The cable network has moved […]

MealPal opens for lunch in downtown L.A., Century City

MealPal opens for lunch in downtown L.A., Century City

MealPal is launching in Los Angeles with daily lunch options from such restaurants as The Crack Shack. COURTESY OF MEALPAL By Annlee Ellingson  – Staff Writer, L.A. Biz original article: https://www.bizjournals.com/losangeles/news/2019/01/15/mealpal-opens-for-lunch-in-downtown-l-a-century.html See Correction/Clarification at end of article MealPal is open for business in Los Angeles. The subscription lunch service, […]

A $110-million splash in Malibu was the whale of all L.A. sales in 2018

A $110-million splash in Malibu was the whale of all L.A. sales in 2018

Peter Morton sold his home on Carbon Beach in April 2018 for a record $110 million. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times) By NEAL J. LEITEREG original article:https://www.latimes.com/business/realestate/hot-property/la-fi-hp-top-sales-2018-20190119-story.html It was a year of new price heights for Los Angeles’ red-hot luxury housing market. But for all […]

Gov. Newsom emphasizes California’s housing shortage in proposed budget

Gov. Newsom emphasizes California’s housing shortage in proposed budget

Newsom’s proposal includes $7.7 billion in funding for programs and agencies related to housing and homelessness. By Lightcraft Studio / Shutterstock “We’re not playing small ball on housing” By Elijah Chiland original article: https://la.curbed.com/2019/1/10/18177505/newsom-california-housing-shortage-budget New California Gov. Gavin Newsom revealed his proposed state budget Thursday, emphasizing $1.75 billion in new funding that […]

Beverly Hills updates electric vehicle charging laws

Beverly Hills updates electric vehicle charging laws

BY LUKE HAROLD Starting this year, a new state law prevents local governments from imposing restrictions on usage of electric vehicle charging stations if those stations were publicly funded. That meant in Beverly Hills, council members had to reverse a city policy that allowed battery-only electric […]

New map shows home prices in almost every LA neighborhood

New map shows home prices in almost every LA neighborhood

See how Long Beach compares to the Valley By Jenna Chandler original article: https://la.curbed.com/2018/12/19/18146644/los-angeles-home-prices-2018-neighborhood-map A new map from Property Sharks shows 2018 median home prices across Los Angeles; in Westlake, the median is $610,000. By Liz Kuball Curious how Los Angeles home prices stack up neighborhood by neighborhood? A new interactive map from […]