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Homebuilder Ryland Group Inc. is raising $250 million in a convertible note offering that started this week.
Retail: Gateway Village goes for $47.5 million to Newport Beach firm.
Valencia shopping center Gateway Village has sold for $47.5 million, the highest price in total dollars for a Santa Clarita Valley retail property this year.
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
Jo-Ann Stores Inc. is set to open a new location just a few months after closing at its previous location.
Construction: Shares of Sylmar firm slide despite possible huge contract.
CONSTRUCTION: Despite front-runner status for two major projects, shares of Sylmar firm Tutor Perini Corp. have been lackluster.
QUARTERLY REPORT: First quarter office and industrial real estate data from Colliers International.
It’s amazing what one building can do to a market, and Burbank is a case in point.
It seems the San Fernando Valley and the Conejo Valley real estate markets were operating in different universes in the first quarter.
If you listened carefully, you could hear a pin drop in the Santa Clarita Valley office market in the first quarter.
The San Fernando Valley office market was a mixed-bag in the first quarter, as activity picked up but the market gave back space for the first time since 2011.
Leasing and new construction of medical office space is helping to toss off sluggishness in the office and industrial real estate markets in the Antelope Valley.
News and notes from around the greater
Sporting goods maker Easton-Bell Sports Inc. has reportedly been put up for sale by its owner, New York private equity firm Fenway Partners LLC.
Development: Ventura County could have first tract since bust.
DEVELOPMENT: Are Moorpark residents ready to approve a development with 500 luxury homes?
Development: Owners add patios, other innovations to attract shoppers.
STORY: Shopping centers remodeled during the recession and now expect to reap the rewards.
Litigation: Contractor firms bracing for litigation as filing deadline nears.
The housing boom of the last decade ended up as a disaster for both homeowners and builders alike when it all went bust.