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  • Downtown Los Angeles Revitalization Continues
    Downtown Los Angeles is going through an exciting transformation. The construction boom of the 1900s brought high-rise office buildings to Los Angeles establishing a central business district. However, the area lacked space for people to live and meet their day-to-day needs preventing Downtown Los Angeles from having a residential community.... Read more »
  • Asset Services Leads Industrial Property Management in Los Angeles County
    Cushman & Wakefield was recently named the top industrial property management firm by the Los Angeles Business Journal, ranked by total industrial square footage managed in LA County. Overall, property management firms tightened their grip on LA’s industrial market, adding 3.6 million square feet – nearly 4% – to their inventories... Read more »
  • The IE Industrial Market: Q4 2017
    As Q4 2017 data and reports are released, one thing is clear: the Inland Empire industrial market shows no signs of slowing down. The region has now recorded over 18 million square feet of net absorption for four consecutive years – the strongest run on record. 5 Facts You Need to... Read more »
  • A Gold Mine of Restaurants in Downtown LA
    Jonathan Gold is the Pulitzer Prize-winning restaurant critic for the Los Angeles Times who publishes a 101 Best Restaurants list each year. From cheap eats to fine dining, the annual roundup showcases the food critic’s favorite places to eat and the best of the LA region’s culinary scene. Over the past... Read more »
  • How High Can They Go: Is There a Ceiling to Industrial Rents?
    With vacancy of just 1.2%, the tight market means users have relatively few alternatives. Such momentum has generated significant rent growth in markets across the region. Class A rents (50K+) for the four core markets in LA have increased an average of 68.7% from 2010-2017. San Gabriel Valley, which has... Read more »
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