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Vacation club tries Costco approach to luxury
Tourism: Bellazo finds an inexpensive entry to luxury vacation home rentals.
Health Care: Glendale doctors manager expands under reform.
Health Care: Apollo Medical Holdings reinvents itself as a Medicare provider.
Institution seeks to attract customers by destroying documents.
Banking: Why credit unions love paper-shredding parties.
Technology: MRV is back on the Nasdaq, but shares have dipped since listing.
Technology: MRV Communications regains a listing on Nasdaq.
Marketing: City could be latest to assess hotel fee to form tourism district.
Simi Valley is close to joining the growing list of local cities to establish a tourism business improvement district, or TBID.
Litigation: Proponents want funds to start service for firms and individuals.
Plans to launch a low-cost mediation service for Valley attorneys have entered the home stretch toward becoming reality.
Sure, it was a blow when ‘The Tonight Show’ moved to New York, but developer Jeff Worthe has big plans for the Media District, where he owns millions of square feet.
Development: Despite vacancies, Burbank’s Media District readies for a rebound.
Jeff Worthe and his Worthe Real Estate Group have assembled a large portfolio in the Media District. Its centerpiece is the former NBC Studios, acquired in 2007 for about $250 million and renamed Burb
Map: Projects in the Burbank Media District.
Focus: Bob Hope’s legacy lives on a small triangle of land on Olive Avenue.
Reports: Major office and industrial deals in Valley-area submarkets. (Antelope Valley)
Reports: Major office and industrial deals in Valley-area submarkets. (Burbank/Glendale)
Reports: Major office and industrial deals in Valley-area submarkets. (Santa Clarita Valley)
Reports: Major office and industrial deals in Valley-area submarkets. (San Fernando Valley)
Reports: Major office and industrial deals in Valley-area submarkets. (Conejo Valley)