Karen E. Klein

Staff Reporter

Karen covers real estate transactions and development.

Email: kklein@sfvbj.com
Phone: 818-316-3123

Recent Stories

Entrepreneur Offices Make Comeback

Westlake Village suites cater to small, flexible startup tenants.

Executive suites, a market that died in the Great Recession, returns in Westlake Village.

Tech Venture Sees Landlords as Key

REAL ESTATE: Domuso opens door for tenants’ online payments.

Tarzana tech company started by landlords finances renters’ move into apartments.

Glossy Read for the Posh Pot Crowd

Quarterly magazine combines food, drink and marijuana.

Got the munchies? Encino magazine combines food, drink and marijuana for connoisseurs.

City Approves Sportsmen’s Lodge Project

The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved a developer’s plan to demolish Studio City’s landmark Sportsmen’s Lodge event center and replace it with a nearly 100,000-square-foot outdoor mall.

Ferrari Dealership Planned for Conejo Valley

A Conejo Valley property has sold and is slated to become a new Ferrari automobile dealership.

Local Builder Debuts Van Nuys Subdivision

California Home Builders, a division of Evenhaim Industries Corp. of Canoga Park, held a grand opening Monday at its new, 73-home residential subdivision in Van Nuys.

State High Court Rejects Newhall Ranch Review

RESIDENTIAL: Environmental impact ruling may change development process.

A ruling this month by the California Supreme Court will not only further delay plans for a mammoth Newhall Ranch project, but experts say it might also have a far larger impact on development across the state.

The Number

Burbank – yes, Burbank – makes the top 10 list of local shopping cities this holiday season.

Around the Valleys

News and notes from the greater San Fernando Valley

Lex Reddy will serve as interim chief executive and Pam Hinson as the new chief operating officer for Antelope Valley Hospital.

Tail Lights Make Horses Traffic Safe

High-intensity LED strands provide better visibility for motorists.

Woodland Hills equestrian comes up with tail lights for horses after a near-tragic accident.

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