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  • 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 »
  • Cushman & Wakefield’s Steve Bohannon Discusses the South Bay Market for RENTV
    From left to right: Brandon Carrillo, Steve Bohannon, Patrick Schlehuber Cushman & Wakefield’s Steve Bohannon was a featured speaker at RENTV’s recent State of the Market Conference on October 18 at the Embassy Suites LAX South. Steve, a Senior Director in the firm’s Long Beach office who specializes in industrial brokerage, was featured... Read more »
  • Opportune Time for CRE Investors South of Arts District
    By Jae Yoo, Executive Director, Cushman & Wakefield Activity continues to mount south of 7th Street to Freeway 10. Unlike the northern part of LA’s Arts District, the area has retained the industrial character that attracts those seeking gritty, vintage authenticity. The area’s appeal has led to the recasting of the... Read more »
  • #TBT: 612 S. Broadway
    Welcome to #TBT or “Throwback Thursday,” a monthly feature exploring the history of L.A.’s real estate. Renderings for 612 and 620 S. Broadway; Desmond’s Department Store in 1939 (Sources: RE Back Office, McCall Design Group, Los Angeles Public Library) Building Address: 612 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90014 Year Built: 1924 Nearly a century... Read more »
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