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  • San Francisco offers lessons to L.A. on quake retrofitting

    San Francisco offers lessons to L.A. on quake retrofitting
    SAN FRANCISCO — When officials were trying to sell the most sweeping earthquake regulations in a generation, they weren't afraid to play off the pride many residents feel about their city. Unless thousands of apartments with weak first floors were...
  • Landlords make a play for rapidly expanding tech tenants

     Landlords make a play for rapidly expanding tech tenants
    Los Angeles may not have the biggest collection of technology businesses in the country, but it does have some of the coolest ones and they are expanding quickly. The region's deeply rooted entertainment industry is wielding new technology to create...
  • Brookfield becomes dominant landlord in L.A. financial district

    Brookfield becomes dominant landlord in L.A. financial district
    With its acquisition of some of the tallest skyscrapers in downtown Los Angeles finally complete, New York-based Brookfield Office Properties Inc. is now the dominant office landlord in the city's financial district. Brookfield completed its purchase of...
  • Out of prison and into the unknown

    Out of prison and into the unknown
    For the first several days of his freedom, George Souliotes kept forgetting to zip up his trousers. Prison jumpsuits don't have zippers. The 72-year-old left lights on at night, unaccustomed to having control over a light switch. He stiffened whenever...
  • El Segundo developers get creative with 15-building office complex

    El Segundo developers get creative with 15-building office complex
    Amid the vast sea of office buildings and industrial plants just south of Los Angeles International Airport, a new office campus is emerging with a 21st century look starkly distinct from its baby boom-era neighbors. While most of Southern California'...
  • Property owners aim to tap into an urban-foodie vibe

     Property owners aim to tap into an urban-foodie vibe
    Traditional Southern California supermarkets, already facing growing competition from leviathan discounters such as Wal-Mart and Target, are now catching blows on another flank as markets catering to environmentally conscious foodies proffer local fare in...
  • Downtown L.A. office building sells for record $437.5 million

    Downtown L.A. office building sells for record $437.5 million
    Two decades ago, One Wilshire was just another fading office tower losing its white-collar tenants to splashy new skyscrapers nearby. Today the unassuming high-rise is one of the most valuable in the city, having sold for a record $437.5 million. The...
  • Proposal to list buildings vulnerable to earthquakes sparks debate

    Proposal to list buildings vulnerable to earthquakes sparks debate
    A Los Angeles councilman's call for the city to consider creating an inventory of thousands of so-called soft-story apartments that could collapse during a major earthquake is already generating debate. This first-of-its-kind list would apply to...
  • L.A. pushed to review quake-vulnerable apartment buildings

    L.A. pushed to review quake-vulnerable apartment buildings
    Seismic experts and engineers have long warned that a certain type of wood-framed building is particularly vulnerable to collapse during a major earthquake, because the first story cannot support the weight of the upper stories. During Southern...
  • Judge strikes down stadium lease for UCLA baseball on VA campus

    Judge strikes down stadium lease for UCLA baseball on VA campus
    A federal judge ruled Thursday the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs misused its sprawling West Los Angeles campus by leasing land for a hotel laundry, a film studio storage lot and UCLA's baseball stadium, but stopped short of ordering the tenants...
  • Big changes are coming to conventional office buildings

    Big changes are coming to conventional office buildings
    With the lines between our work lives and personal time blurring as new technology unchains us from our desks, the notion of what a desirable office looks like is also changing. Corporate America is moving away from conventional layouts where an...