My posts on this blog are usually real estate news or important real estate transactions. I have never discussed the company I am affiliated with in these pages. But today I am going to.
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After years of false starts, One Beverly Hills—formerly 9900 Wilshire—seems ready to break ground in early 2017
The project at the old Robinsons-May department store site in Beverly Hills, formerly known as 9900 Wilshire, has undergone some big changes since its new owners, China-based Wanda Group, bought it in 2014. (The department store building was demolished about two years ago, before Wanda bought the site.) Last year, Wanda announced plans to swap out some of the condos in the long-gestating plan—designed by starchitect Richard Meier—and throw in a five-star hotel instead.
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MERIDEN, CONN. — Vestis Retail Group LLC, the parent company of sporting goods and apparel retailers Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS), Bob’s Stores and Sport Chalet, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Monday.
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Century West Partners of Los Angeles and Chicago will use $126 million in a bank construction loan, third-party capital and additional equity to help build the $280 million project Next on Lex at 201 W. Lexington Drive in Glendale.
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Fast-food chain DQ plans massive expansion in California and San Francisco is a key market for growth.
Fast-food restaurant chain Dairy Queen is planning a massive expansion throughout California within the next 10 years, and is eyeing the Bay Area market for growth.
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Even though there’s a lot of building going on, the countywide rent average is expected to shoot up over the next two years
Most non-millionaire Angelenos have probably come to terms with the idea that they will be delaying buying a home for a while (especially if they’re first-time buyers) and instead are now focused on trying to pay their ever-increasing rents. Bad but predictable news, guys: rents are expected to keep going up for at least another two years, according to an annual rental market forecast out from USC.
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