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.
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The complex is erasing the Babylon-themed homage to D.W. Griffith, director of the racist film “The Birth of a Nation.”
The surge in video-on-demand streaming has provoked “an insatiable appetite” for media-oriented real estate such as studios and offices.
El teatro, el turismo, salir a cenar, ir de compras recibieron grandes éxitos de COVID. Pero la comunidad, que define a Los Ángeles en la mente de muchos visitantes, está mirando hacia arriba.
The Los Angeles County office rental market is showing signs of stabilizing as businesses shed less space expecting better times are ahead. But workers are still hesitant.
Theater, tourism, dining out, shopping took big COVID hits. But the community, which defines Los Angeles in many out-of-towners’ minds, is looking up.
Con la última tienda, inaugurada el jueves, Apple muestra su músculo creativo. Otros lo ven como un presagio del renacimiento del centro de la ciudad después de COVID.
With the latest store, opening Thursday, Apple showcases its creative muscle. Others see it as a harbinger of downtown’s reawakening after COVID.
Regal Cinemas signed a lease Friday with mall landlord Douglas Emmett Inc. to take over the vacant theaters in the Galleria and reopen them soon.
The San Pedro Fish Market, beloved by generations of Latino families and lately by Instagramers, needs to relocate. The owner has big plans to expand.
El propietario espera hacer que el rascacielos de 73 pisos sea más competitivo con los nuevos inmuebles tipo campus que atraen a las empresas de campos creativos.