Three people were injured after an explosion rocked a Canoga Park industrial area Wednesday that collapsed part of the building’s roof and tore through three units.
The number of homes sold last month in the San Fernando Valley reached a record low for February, even as inventory expanded and prices softened, according to a report from the Southland Regional Association of Realtors.
A multi-tenant retail property in Newhall has sold in an all-cash transaction for $2.45 million, or $389 a square foot.
San Fernando Valley Business Journal handed out its Commercial Real Estate Awards Thursday night during a dinner event held at the Hilton Woodlands Hills hotel.
A series of rain storms has delayed the official rollout of Porter Ranch shopping center The Vineyards, which was originally scheduled to begin opening stores this week.
A private investor has acquired a 29-unit apartment building in Northridge for $6.95 million, or $239,655 per unit.
A Reseda site used as an ambulance dispatch center has been sold for $2.2 million, or $362 per square foot.
A 2.6-megawatt rooftop solar array has been installed on top of a warehouse in Sun Valley.
Kaiser Permanente has renewed its lease for nearly 11,000 square feet of medical office space in Valencia.
Los Angeles-based real estate investment company Agora Realty & Management has acquired the Thousand Oaks shopping center called Office Depot Plaza for $14.4 million from an undisclosed seller, according to a company announcement.
Chalvis Evans is managing director of CBRE Group Inc.’s North Los Angeles region, which includes offices in Glendale, Woodland Hills and Oxnard, the real estate brokerage announced Thursday.
Nonprofit developers Meta Housing Corp. and Western Community Housing have proposed an affordable housing development in Sun Valley.
Nonprofit developer Mercy Housing has filed an application with Los Angeles Planning Department to construct 55 units of senior affordable housing at the Sherman Oaks address where a different developer had intended to create a 60-unit facility two years ago.
There is likely no bubble in the Antelope Valley residential housing market, a real estate broker told a crowd of about 250 people Friday morning at the Antelope Valley Board of Trade outlook conference.
Watt Communities and Presidio Residential Capital have announced that sales are open at New Heights, a $25 million gated community in West Hills.