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Macerich posts $27M loss; CEO touts brick-and-mortar retail

Macerich posts $27M loss; CEO touts brick-and-mortar retail

Mall landlord Macerich posted a $26.7 million net income loss in the second quarter as the Santa Monica-based firm...

Macerich posts $27M loss; CEO touts brick-and-mortar retail
A boomtown for a bygone era: Koreatown developers face a reckoning

A boomtown for a bygone era: Koreatown developers face a reckoning

When protests in Los Angeles following George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police officers turned to vandalism,...

A boomtown for a bygone era: Koreatown developers face a reckoning
Trump administration sued for lack of PPP disclosures

Trump administration sued for lack of PPP disclosures

A California advocacy group sued the Trump administration over not getting data it asked for concerning the massive Paycheck...

Trump administration sued for lack of PPP disclosures
Reclose the economy: Newsom shuts down malls, restaurant dine-in

Reclose the economy: Newsom shuts down malls, restaurant dine-in

California Gov. Gavin Newsom is reclosing part of the state’s economy as reported coronavirus cases surge. The governor announced...

Reclose the economy: Newsom shuts down malls, restaurant dine-in
Tech giants Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Google and Netflix have inked massive new office leases across the country in recent years. How much could the pandemic change that? (iStock)

Is Covid taking the T out of TAMI?

For those in the very physical world of commercial real estate, recent news from one of the internet’s largest companies has been hard to swallow. Mark Zuckerberg’s announcement that many of Facebook’s 48,000 employees...

Is Covid taking the T out of TAMI?
For top LA resi agents, it’s strictly posi vibes

For top LA resi agents, it’s strictly posi vibes

Aaron Kirman is meditating and infusing himself with positive energy. Sally Forster Jones is brushing her hair and putting...

For top LA resi agents, it’s strictly posi vibes
Don’t sound the alarm! CA May rent checks not in freefall

Don’t sound the alarm! CA May rent checks not in freefall

Paul Julian was not looking forward to May. Julian’s income is from rent payments on the 9,000 apartment units...

Don’t sound the alarm! CA May rent checks not in freefall
RE/MAX CEO Adam Contos (Credit: Facebook)

RE/MAX ready for “full brunt” of pandemic: CEO

The future is bright, but the second quarter won’t be. That was the mix of cautious optimism and realism...

RE/MAX ready for “full brunt” of pandemic: CEO
Neiman Marcus Group CEO Geoffroy van Raemdonck and Neiman Marcus at Hudson Yards (Credit: Raemdonck by NEIL RASMUS/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images; background by Noam Galai/Getty Images)

Neiman Marcus files for bankruptcy, casting uncertainty over Hudson Yards

Neiman Marcus has filed for bankruptcy, a move that could have major implications for Related Companies’ luxury Hudson Yards...

Neiman Marcus files for bankruptcy, casting uncertainty over Hudson Yards
110 East 76th Street and Joseph Chetrit (Credit: Google Maps; Sylvain Gaboury/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Joseph Chetrit sells UES townhouse for $25M

In one of the priciest deals since the coronavirus pandemic hit New York, real estate investor and developer Joseph Chetrit has sold his Upper East Side townhouse for $25 million. A source familiar with...

Joseph Chetrit sells UES townhouse for $25M
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