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Redcar Properties CEO Jim Jacobsen with Dynasty Center (Google Maps, Industry Partners)

Redcar buys Dynasty shopping center in Chinatown

A dynasty changed hands in Los Angeles’ Chinatown. Redcar Properties bought the nearly 80,000-square-foot Dynasty Shopping Center for $29.5...

Redcar buys Dynasty shopping center in Chinatown
1457 N. Main Street (Credit: Google Maps)

Live-work development project proposed in Chinatown

Another major new development in Los Angeles’ Chinatown neighborhood was submitted Thursday to the city’s planning commission, a proposal...

Live-work development project proposed in Chinatown
Self-storage development secures $30M construction loan

Self-storage development secures $30M construction loan

World Class Capital Group has secured a $29.6-million loan to build a 188,600-square-foot self-storage facility in Downtown Los Angeles....

Self-storage development secures $30M construction loan
In Chinatown, couple plans to convert office building to brewery

In Chinatown, couple plans to convert office building to brewery

In the latest sign of gentrification in Chinatown, an office building could soon manufacture and sell beer instead. The...

In Chinatown, couple plans to convert office building to brewery
Oregon developer plans 285-unit mixed-use project in Chinatown

Oregon developer plans 285-unit mixed-use project in Chinatown

A developer is planning 285-unit mixed-use project in Chinatown near the Los Angeles State Historic Park, an area that...

Oregon developer plans 285-unit mixed-use project in Chinatown
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