Month: December 2018

New $516.7 million Terminal 1 at LAX is steeped in LA imagery, food and retail

New $516.7 million Terminal 1 at LAX is steeped in LA imagery, food and retail

By SHANNON M. HOFFMAN original article: https://www.dailybreeze.com/2018/11/30/1449865/ Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti joins Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly and others to celebrate the unveiling of the new Terminal 1 at LAX on Friday, November 30, 2018. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) The Los Angeles International Airport […]

CIM Group’s Sunset Gordon tower cleared to reopen after battle with LA

CIM Group’s Sunset Gordon tower cleared to reopen after battle with LA

The 299-unit building has been vacant since 2015, when the real estate investment firm lost a battle with the city after having demolished a historic restaurant to build the property By Dennis Lynch original article: https://therealdeal.com/la/2018/12/13/cim-groups-sunset-gordon-tower-cleared-to-reopen-after-battle-with-la/?utm_source=internal&utm_medium=popular_widget&utm_campaign=posts_popular CIM Group may have gotten its wish this season. At its […]

City’s move to ban “granny flats” in some hillside areas prompts more debate

City’s move to ban “granny flats” in some hillside areas prompts more debate

Calls for a total ban in those communities has been criticized as ignoring Los Angeles’ massive housing shortage original article: https://therealdeal.com/la/2018/11/30/citys-move-to-ban-granny-flats-in-some-hillside-areas-prompts-more-debate/ Los Angeles city officials are recommending a ban on so-called “granny flats” in some hillside areas including upscale neighborhoods of Bel Air, Laurel Canyon and […]


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