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  • Five Fast Facts – A Quick Shot of Healthcare Trends
    An up-tick in new construction and a pull-back of Chinese capital affected medical office building absorption and sale activity in 2018. Cushman & Wakefield’s diagnosis: There’s still room for optimism in the highly dynamic healthcare sector, especially in Los Angeles, which was one of the Top 10 active markets with… Read more »
  • Balance for Better: Women in CRE
    cushwaw Commercial real estate has come a long way toward bridging the gender gap in the last 20 years. By 2015, the percentage of women in CRE worldwide reached 43%, and it’s continuing to grow each year. Here in Greater Los Angeles, we’ve set the bar even higher—nearly all our… Read more »
  • Think Inside the Box? Fewer Big-Box Alternatives Lead to Increased Renewal Activity
    Big-box warehouses play a crucial role in the consumer supply chain. Fueled by steady growth in eCommerce and robust global trade, big-box leasing (100,000+ square feet) is on the rise. With industrial vacancy in the Los Angeles (LA) Basin at a historic low of 2.2%, options for relocation are extremely… Read more »
  • 2019 Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast
    The Winter/Spring 2019 Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast California Commercial Real Estate Survey shows that despite the recent uncertainty in the stock market, increasing cap rates, and slower economic growth, developers’ views on California commercial real estate markets have not changed much from six months ago. The biannual survey projects a… Read more »
  • Autonomous, Shared, Sustainable: LA Podcast Explores the Impact of New Transportation Technologies on Commercial Real Estate
    As a recent transplant from New York, the first thing one notices is the love Angelenos have for their cars. Whether they are pick-up trucks, new electric vehicles or old vintage sports cars, automobiles are the clear method of choice for transportation here. While this may be an obvious fact… Read more »
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