SFVBJ SPECIAL REPORTS
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.
New eateries, shops and clubs are leasing up in a revitalized and more happening Studio City.
MAIN: Studio City gives shoppers a choice of old and new, big and small, hip and corporate.
Studio City has undergone a retail and hospitality makeover in the last few years. Here are some recent additions.
MAP: Eight businesses illustrate the new mojo of merchandising along Ventura Boulevard and beyond.
Harold Ginsburg has taken over Art’s Deli from his father, who opened the Studio City institution four years before he was born.
Q&A: Art’s Deli opened 55 years ago, but for Harold Ginsburg it’s a fresh opportunity.
STARTUP: Paco and Cindy Soler launched their clothing boutique in an up-and-coming corner of Studio City.
The 50 largest public companies in the greater Valley have a combined market cap of $230 billion.
A thrifty business model makes Crown Media Holdings Inc. the most profitable public company in the area.