Michael Aushenker

Staff Reporter

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Phone: 818-316-3123

Recent Stories

Burbank Mixed-Use Building Trades for $2.6 Million

The Hirth Group at Keller Williams transacted the sale of 2221-2225 W. Olive Ave., a 17-unit multi-tenant, mixed-used complex.

Northridge Office Building Fetches $3.5 Million

A two-story office building in Northridge has sold for $3.5 million. The structure, located at 8624-9628 Reseda Blvd., has 12,310 square feet and was recently renovated.

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Equipment Maker Buys Valencia Building for $4.7 Million

A 21,164-square-foot industrial building in the Valencia Business Center has sold to Versatile Systems, which makes roof safety equipment.

Multifamily’s Hot Streak in NoHo, Simi

Marcus & Millichap transacts pair of sales with 127 units.

Calabasas-based brokerage Marcus & Millichap Inc. brokered a pair of high-profile multifamily sales last month.

Slow Recovery Ahead for Urban Tower Sector

Office will lag in economic uptick, according to Savills.

Brokerage firm Savills forecasts the recovery in office space will take longer.

Fire-Resistant Building Materials Stir Debate

REGULATION: Builders see more cost; officials want safety.

REGULATION Fire-resistant building materials stir debate of cost and safety.

Home-Buying Heats Up

Low interest rates, remote workforces contribute to surge of residential sales.

Low interest rates, remote workforces contribute to surge in residential sales.

Judge Rules on Centennial at Tejon Ranch

A judge has ruled on the progress of the master planned mixed-use residential community Centennial at Tejon Ranch with both its developer, Tejon Ranch Co., and opposing environmental groups declaring the verdict – announced earlier this week – a victory.

Preview: Fire-Resistant Building Materials Stir Debate

Builders see more cost; officials want safety.

Santa Clarita Office Building Trades for $6 Million

A two-story, multi-tenant work building in Valencia has sold for $6 million, indicating some life in the office sector even during the pandemic.

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