Q1 Data Paints Partial Picture

Brokers and economists anticipate upticks in future quarters for Burbank and the Conejo Valley.A look at 2018’s first-quarter highlights.

Response to Crisis

A look at how specific industries rethink processes and products to survive and prosper in the coronavirus outbreak.

By now, Business Journal readers have recognized the disruption caused by the health crisis.

Communication Up for Employment Lawyers

LAW: Firms utilize conference calls, email newsletters to keep clients on top of regulations.

The virus pandemic, and its resultant changes in employment regulations, has prompted an avalanche of work for Valley law firms.

Altered Trajectory for Life Science R&D

BIOTECH: Companies find new markets for technology; others forge research partnerships.

In the midst of the global pandemic, some biotech companies have adapted to meet the growing crisis through acquisitions, special programs and pipeline shifts.

Hotels on Hold in a World Without Travel

HOSPITALITY: Properties close doors and use downtime to refurbish.

While many hotel operators fear the COVID-19 outbreak could spell doomsday, developer Tahir Mian sees it as an opportunity to rehab his properties.

Looming Layoffs for Cash-Strapped Factories

MANUFACTURING: Owners and managers foresee ‘some difficult times coming.’

At Burbank Dental Lab, the coronavirus outbreak forced the company’s owner to go from 200 employees down to 10.

Construction Sites Build Social Distancing

DEVELOPMENT: Crews follow rules to keep working in pandemic.

In the midst of a pandemic, construction projects continue to move forward, unlike hard-hit states New York and Washington, which have shut down the building trades.

Focus on East Valley Offices, Industrial Sites

Special Report: Real Estate Quarterly

Lower vacancy in Burbank, Glendale; warehouse dearth.

Real Estate Quarterly

Special Report: Real Estate Quarterly

Real estate submarket information

Refreshing CityWalk

Special Report: Real Estate Quarterly

A pioneer of experiential retail, Universal’s outdoor mall has learned to change with the times.

Can Coworking Survive the WeWork Debacle?

Special Report: Real Estate Quarterly

Experts say office trend is bigger than one company.

Noise Issue at ‘Creative Industrial’ Infill Project

Special Report: Real Estate Quarterly

Avion Burbank will add 18 buildings to tight market.

Logix’s Expansion Continues into Next Year

LIST: Credit union sector enjoys more members, but institutional consolidation.

LIST: Credit union sector enjoys more members, but institutional consolidation.