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Valley Economic Alliance Headquarters Building Sells for $7 Million

The office building that hosts the headquarters of the Valley Economic Alliance in Van Nuys has sold for $7 million, according to brokerage CBRE Group.

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Lief Labs Signs Green Tea Partnership

Lief Raws, a division of Valencia-based dietary supplement manufacturer Lief Labs, has entered a licensing partnership that will enable it to be the distribution and sales arm for CellFlo6, a green tea extract.

Loop Media Launches Latin Content Initiative

Loop Media Inc. launched a month-long programming initiative to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.

Metro Expands Ride-Hailing Service to Northwest Valley

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority has added the northwest San Fernando Valley to its ride-hailing service Metro Micro.

Applebee’s Strikes Exclusive Beverage Deal with PepsiCo

Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar and Grill announced a new partnership with PepsiCo to serve an exclusive Mountain Dew flavor to customers of the Glendale-based restaurant chain.

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Santa Clarita Multifamily Sells for $54 Million

The Retreat, 148-unit apartment complex in Santa Clarita, has sold for $54.1 million, according to Calabasas-based brokerage Marcus & Millichap Inc., which negotiated the sale.

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Jet Edge Receives $40 Million Follow-On Investment

KKR, a New York investment firm, plans to put another $40 million in Jet Edge International, an aircraft charter and management business at Van Nuys Airport.

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Resonate Blends to Acquire Wellness Cannabis Brand

Resonate Blends Inc., a cannabis holding company in Calabasas, has signed a letter of intent to acquire Lemon and Grass, a Florida-based cannabis wellness brand.

Cal Lutheran Ranked Among Best Regional Universities

California Lutheran University was ranked eighth among the 130 regional universities in the 15 western states, according to U.S. News and World Report.

Earthquake Rattles Residents, But Results in No Damage

An earthquake just outside of Thousand Oaks rattled residents but didn’t produce any reported damage or disruption to businesses.

Housing Is a Basic Human Right

Los Angeles elected officials failing to provide adequate housing, says mayoral candidate Mel Wilson.

Can’t We Get a Flexible Workweek?

VICA President Stuart Waldman asks if state can get a flexible workweek.

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AUTOMOTIVE: North Hollywood car shop celebrates the work of George Barris, ‘King of the Kustomizers.’

Barris Kustom Industries relocates from long-time North Hollywood site.

AROUND THE VALLEYS

Robert Mehrabian will resume the role of chief executive at Teledyne Technologies Inc. upon the retirement of current head Al Pichelli on Oct. 15.

Kingsbarn to Seek Solid Investments

Vegas firm appoints vice president for the Valley region.

Kingsbarn Real Estate Capital, based in Las Vegas, owns capital funds and focuses on buying commercial real estate to provide structured investments to high-net-worth individuals, family trusts, foundations and institutional investors.

Medical Office Sells for $25 Million in Glendale

Deal indicates sector’s strength as investors look for stable income in the post-COVID economy.

The market for medical office buildings continues strong in the San Fernando Valley.

New Hotel Opens Doors In Calabasas

Weintraub Group’s boutique lodge will have 125 rooms.

When the Cambria Hotel Calabasas-Malibu at last opens its doors this October, it will be a fresh, upscale addition to the region’s hospitality sector.

Delta Variant Cuts Attendance at Reagan Library

LIST: But donors and new programs keep foundation’s finances ‘very healthy.’

Donors, new programs keep finances ‘robust’ at Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute.

RabbleHealth Fills Panel of Advisors

Array of talent to help with patient information app.

Digital patient engagement company Rabble Health has made four additions to its advisory board with the onboarding of Mitch Ross, former vice president of individual and family plans at Kaiser Permanente; process innovation researcher Brad Power, biotech marketing veteran Diana Porter Bodden and epidemiologist Dr. J. Michael Sprafka.

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