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Skydive platform built by Lancaster firm in Science Center exhibit.
Aerospace: Felix Baumgartner’s free-fall capsule is on display.
A new wave of urban-style apartments that cater to young professionals is going up. The trend doesn’t please everyone.
Development: Apartment buildings and mass transit defines the new urban lifestyle.
A spate of urban-style condo and apartment projects are being developed in the greater San Fernando Valley, often situated near mass transit and with appeal to younger residents.
Map: Six urban projects in the Valley region.
Housing: In Valencia, the Metrolink station is close to home.
REPORTS: Analysis and major events in the region’s submarkets.
The oversupply of office space in the Conejo Valley is gradually shrinking, thanks to new tenants moving into the market.
The San Fernando Valley office market saw strong movement in the third quarter, highlighted by big sales and trophy buildings changing hands.
The Antelope Valley industrial market had a relatively fair quarter, recovering from an abysmal second quarter.
The office market in the Santa Clarita Valley continues to have a lackluster year, though a high-profile sale could boost optimism going forward.
News and notes from around the greater San Fernando Valley
Steven Borick will retire as chief executive of aluminum wheel manufacturer Superior Industries International Inc. on March 31.
Real Estate: American Homes posts loss as housing recovers.
Real Estate: Will the business model of American Homes 4 Rent make money long term?
Finance: Marcus & Millichap files $104 million IPO on the NYSE.
Finance: Apartment brokerage Marcus & Millichap has big plans to go public.
Air Force One project design team returns to Valley after decades.
Design: After years on the Westside, CSA Architects has moved back to Woodland Hills.
media: Comcast purchase of 35-story building called a sign of market strength.
Media: The tallest building in the Valley sells for $420 million.