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Transaction: Thrifty buys Warner Gateway for top West Valley price this year.
Warner Gateway Center has sold for $40 million, fetching the highest per-square-foot price of any Class A office building in the Western San Fernando Valley submarket this year.
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
The 20th annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival is set for April 20 and 21 at the Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio in Newhall.
Valley business group says $75 fee on real estate documents could be source of affordable housing funds.
A healthy construction industry is a key indicator of a healthy overall economy.
The California Environmental Quality Act, or CEQA, is in need of thoughtful changes to make it function in a way that promotes, not hinders, the type of economic growth and job creation California needs.
Real Estate: American Homes moves from Malibu to Agoura Hills.
REAL ESTATE: American Homes 4 Rent is the new brainchild from B. Wayne Hughes, the man behind Public Storage.
Boutique hotel set for aging Pacoima strip.
DEVELOPMENT: Pacoima will soon have its first luxury hotel. Who will stay there?
Sale: RREEF America buys Courtyard complex for $50 milllion in cash.
Courtyard at the Commons shopping center in Calabasas has sold in an all-cash deal worth $50 million.
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley area.
A prominent skeptic of last decade’s bubble says today’s market isn’t ready for a repeat downtown.
The sudden surge in the housing market here in Southern California has caught most people by surprise – and is causing worry among some circles.
Startup businesses have enough to worry about and bureaucratic delays should not top their list of concerns.
Real Estate: Westlake firm turns first annual profit since housing bust.
Ryland Group has turned the corner, but the home builder says it learned some lessons from the recession.
Profitable: Crown Media, Cherokee rank highest on return-on-equity list.
Even small companies can give investors a big return on equity. Includes SFVBJ's 2013 VALLEY'S LARGEST PUBLICLY TRADED COs list and MOST PROFITABLE COs for download (pdf)
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley area
Water supplier in Newhall Ranch dust up
WATER: Newhall Ranch plan to build 20,000 homes inspires a modern water war.
Transport: $82 million center to connect field to mass transit.
TRANSPORT: An $82 million construction project will connect Burbank’s Bob Hope Airport to public bus and rail.