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Roger Vincent

Roger Vincent covers commercial real estate for the Business section of the Los Angeles Times. He is a longtime observer of the industry who served as the first real estate columnist at the Los Angeles Business Journal in the mid-1980s. He was also founding editor of the California Real Estate Journal. He has been with The Times since 1996.
Housing boom brings a new crop of tall towers

Southern California residents have typically lived close to the ground, but a new wave of high-rise apartments and condos is finding favor with people who prefer to look down on the world.

Anaheim, the home of family friendly Disneyland, now wants to draw adults to its new breweries

Anaheim officials have rolled out the barrel for beer producers by making Anaheim one of the easiest places in the region to open a craft brewery. The latest is Leisuretown, which will include food stalls and a swimming pool with floaty toys.

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