Month: November 2018

Inside Google’s cool new Playa Vista offices

Inside Google’s cool new Playa Vista offices

By Bianca Barragan  original article: https://la.curbed.com/2018/11/8/18075714/google-playa-vista-offices-photos-spruce-goose The Spruce Goose hangar is vacant no more. With the help of ZGF Archictects, Google has turned the old airplane hangar in Playa Vistainto offices by building a four-story structure within the hangar’s wood walls. The effect is that it looks like Google parked a big […]

Los Angeles Market Levels Off, But It’s Still a Good Time to Buy

Los Angeles Market Levels Off, But It’s Still a Good Time to Buy

Price stabilization inevitable after many years of growth; market fundamentals remain strong BY ANNE MACHALINSKI original article: https://www.mansionglobal.com/articles/los-angeles-market-levels-off-but-it-s-still-a-good-time-to-buy-110514 For 23 straight quarters, the price of a single-family home or condo has increased year over year in Los Angeles, according to a Douglas Elliman report. But that changed […]

L.A. Approves $2B Consolidated Car Rental Facility Near LAX

L.A. Approves $2B Consolidated Car Rental Facility Near LAX

By Howard Fine original article: http://labusinessjournal.com/news/2018/oct/31/l-approves-2b-consolidated-car-rental-facility-nea/ The Los Angeles City Council on Oct. 31 unanimously approved a $2 billion contract for a consortium of 11 companies to build and operate a consolidated car rental facility near Los Angeles International Airport. The 28-year contract represents the final cornerstone […]

The Exceptional Public Access Plan for the Ballona Wetlands

The Exceptional Public Access Plan for the Ballona Wetlands

The State’s Proposed Restoration Creates 6 Miles of New Foot Trails and nearly 4 Miles of Bike Paths, all Accessible from Multiple Points By David W. Kay, Patch Contributor original article: https://patch.com/california/santamonica/exceptional-public-access-plan-ballona-wetlands Did you know California’s Ballona Wetlands Restoration Project will create the second-largest natural habitat recreational area […]

SoCal’s housing market sees slowest September in over a decade

SoCal’s housing market sees slowest September in over a decade

Sales were down by all metrics, according to a new report by CoreLogic By Dennis Lynch original article: https://therealdeal.com/la/2018/10/31/socals-housing-market-sees-slowest-september-in-over-a-decade/CoreLogic analyst Andrew LePage and Downtown Los Angeles (Credit: iStock) Rising prices and interest rates led to the slowest September for existing home and condo sales in Southern California […]


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