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  • Regus 'flexible workplace' centers expand in Maryland

    Regus 'flexible workplace' centers expand in Maryland
    Technology company Hope LoanPort could have signed a conventional lease for its new headquarters in Baltimore. But the nonprofit doesn't work in a conventional way. Its 10 employees live in three states. Some work at home part-time but need office space...
  • Southern California offices slow to fill in second quarter

    Southern California offices slow to fill in second quarter
    Southern California's office market improved only slightly for landlords in the second quarter, even though many companies have been hiring new workers as the economy has continued to mend. In a few hot spots, such as the Westside of Los Angeles...
  • Downtown L.A. office building sells for record $437.5 million

    Downtown L.A. office building sells for record $437.5 million
    Two decades ago, One Wilshire was just another fading office tower losing its white-collar tenants to splashy new skyscrapers nearby. Today the unassuming high-rise is one of the most valuable in the city, having sold for a record $437.5 million. The...
  • Southland office market grows a bit stronger

    Southland office market grows a bit stronger
    Despite a mixed performance in 2013, the Southern California office market improved slightly overall as the year finished with small increases in occupancy and rents. The ever-popular Westside continued to lead the way as active leasing helped landlords...
  • 'League of Legends' video game maker to move to West L.A.

    The maker of the international online video game hit "League of Legends" will move to a five-building office campus in West Los Angeles after signing what was described as the biggest new office lease in Southern California in five years. Up-and-...
  • Glendale gets ready for thousands of new residential units

    Glendale gets ready for thousands of new residential units
    City projections released this week show the massive development boom underway in Glendale could bring as many as 3,814 units within 21 multi-family complexes. Despite what may seem to some like an oversupply, developers behind the projects are...
  • Luxury jewelry: Rent an extra bit of sparkle

    It's hardly a secret that those blindingly brilliant diamond necklaces and multi-carat cocktail rings that celebrities wear on the red carpet are often loaners from major jewelry houses such as Cartier and Chopard. Now it's no longer just celebrities...
  • Developers see Pasadena as an inland version of Silicon Beach

    Developers see Pasadena as an inland version of Silicon Beach
    Historic Old Pasadena, a restored section of the city's downtown bustling with shops and restaurants, is getting more high-tech. Three older buildings at a busy intersection on Raymond Avenue will be transformed into a hub for budding technology firms...
  • More for Your Money: Disputing rental-car damage charges

    More for Your Money: Disputing rental-car damage charges
    If you don't want to get dinged for damage to a rental car you may not have caused, I have one piece of advice: Document everything. To understand why, it helps to ask how damage disputes happen. Industry experts say it's often an innocent mistake by one...
  • Caged girl's mom crawled into ceiling, left purse

    The mother of an emaciated girl found living in a makeshift cage climbed into the drop ceiling of the Riverside Walter Reed Hospital emergency room on April 29 and left behind her purse. Her purse wasn't recovered until May 4, according to search warrant...
  • Video@Issue: Broward County's 'sick' courthouse

    <b>Video</b>@Issue: Broward County's 'sick' courthouse
    A new couthouse is still five years away, so judges, lawyers and staff working in Broward County's Courthouse continue to worry about a myriad of potential health hazards. Senior Editorial Writer Douglas C. Lyons sat down recently with Judge Carlos...