Randy Stevenson and Kris Hons represented the seller in the sale of 40,451 SF of land at 523 N. Central Ave. & 314-324 W. Doran St. in Glendale. For more information, contact Randy x155 or Kris x127 at (818) 956-7001.
According to the Beacon Employment Report, the latest numbers from the California Employment Development Department show the state adding 52,700 jobs in December.
Nearly two-thirds of metros will end the year with vacancy rates below their historical averages. In these areas, demand continues to outpace supply, which allows rents to keep rising. Full Story
Mark Miller represented the seller in the sale of this 4,422 SF freestanding light-industrial building (including approx. 1,085 SF of office showroom) on 9,001 SF of land; zoning: GLIMU; for more information, contact Mark at (818) 956-7001, x133.
Mike Maniscalchi, SIOR and Tony Maniscalchi, SIOR represented both seller and buyer in the sale of this 15,000 SF office building on 20,702 SF of land. For more information, contact Mike, x135 or Tony, x126 at (818) 956-7001.
The Federal Reserve left interest rates unchanged and conveyed a tad more concern about recent inflation trends, clouding the prospects for when the next rate hike might come. Full Story
This July 1, the City of Los Angeles will require Energy and Water Efficiency Benchmarking for existing buildings including:
By 2019, every building needs to be audited and disclosed; building owners must comply every five years.
Prospects for the CRE market moving ahead at a more robust pace are higher than what was expected six months ago, according to the latest NAIOP Sentiment Index conducted earlier this spring. Source: Costar.com Full article
With demand strengthening in commercial real estate markets, the sector should remain on stable ground in 2017 and offer decent returns for investors, according to the latest National Association of Realtors commercial real estate forecast. Full Article
Labor and business leaders declared victory Tuesday night over a bitterly contested ballot measure that would have imposed new restrictions on building apartment towers, shops and offices in Los Angeles. Full story