Two medical office buildings in Sherman Oaks sold to C.A. Development Operations, a Los Angeles-based investment company, for $20, according to brokerage CBRE Group Inc.
The site for the Sycamore Drive Community Center apartment project in Simi Valley has sold to a public-private joint venture for $21 million, brokerage CBRE Group Inc. announced Tuesday.
Six Flags Magic Mountain plans to open a new attraction called West Coast Racers next year.
Construction has begun on Mian Plaza and Conference Center, a long-gestating project across the street from the Camarillo Premium Outlets.
Northridge Promenade, an 89,473-square-foot shopping center in Northridge, has sold for more than $16 million, according to a real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield.
The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission voted to recommend to the Board of Supervisors the approval of a massive residential and commercial project at Tejon Ranch.
Sterling Organization has purchased North Ranch Gateway, an 86,520-square-foot shopping center in Westlake Village, for $35 million.
Following a year-long legal battle and a Los Angeles City Council-approved settlement last week, the owner of San Regis Apartments at 15454 Sherman Way in Van Nuys has agreed to charge affordable rates to low-income tenants in 78 units.
Amazon.com Inc. appears on the cusp of occupying square-footage at a warehouse in Newbury Park, according to a Thousand Oaks Acorn report.
Colliers International has acquired the Glendale office of CBC Advisors, a Coldwell Banker Commercial affiliate, in an effort to deepen its Tri-Cities footprint.
Tutor Perini Corp. has appointed Wendy Hallgren as general counsel, the Sylmar-based construction company announced Wednesday.
Sales of homes and condominiums in the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys continued at a solid — if not record-breaking — clip in July, while the median price for condominiums in the Valley hit a record high, according to a Southland Regional Association of Realtors report.
Shares of Public Storage in Glendale fell nearly 4.5 percent Tuesday after an analyst downgraded the stock to “sell” from “neutral.”
Nuance Communications has renewed its lease for 34,256 square feet at 29903 Agoura Road in Agoura Hills.