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  • New Small-Lot Ordinance Fuels Home Development

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    New Small-Lot Ordinance Fuels Home Development

    LOS ANGELES—The City of Los Angeles is updating its small-lot ordinance in an effort to create more neighborhood-friendly developments and affordable for-sale homes.

  • Middle Market Digest: This Week in Southwest

    Middle Market Digest

    Middle Market Digest: This Week in Southwest

    LOS ANGELES—Here’s a look at this week's trends, announcements and deals that you may have missed in Southern California, Utah, Arizona and Nevada.

  • BH Properties Sheds Upwards of $200M in Assets

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    BH Properties Sheds Upwards of $200M in Assets

    LOS ANGELES—In a move to reposition the company’s balance sheet, BH Properties sells $211 million in industrial, office, retail and multifamily assets across the US. Find out where the proceeds are going in this EXCLUSIVE story.

  • Why Corporate Tenants Are Heading Downtown

    Why Corporate Tenants Are Heading Downtown

    LOS ANGELES—American Realty Advisors is foregoing its Glendale headquarters for an office in Downtown Los Angeles, where the firm believes it can better grow its business.

  • Do You Have Hidden Square Footage?

    Do You Have Hidden Square Footage?

    LOS ANGELES—Zoning laws allow building owners to take up to half an alleyway to incorporate it into their square footage, and the addition could result in increased property values.

  • Before You Go Solar…Consider This

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    Before You Go Solar…Consider This

    LOS ANGELES—Solar is all the rage right now, but is it the right decision for every building owner? We sat down with Beth Fox of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP to find out what owners should look for before signing up.

  • L.A. Is Number Two for Asian Investment

    L.A. Is Number Two for Asian Investment

    LOS ANGELES—Asian investors quadrupled their spending in the US office market last year, concentrating the dollars on New York and Los Angeles.

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