Southern California Real Estate and Neighborhoods

Month: May 2017

Always Shady City of Industry Secretly Plans Solar Farm for Tres Hermanos Property

Always Shady City of Industry Secretly Plans Solar Farm for Tres Hermanos Property

We all know from True Detective’s second season how shady the City of Industry, – I mean Vinci – is, and now they have upped the ante by secretly planning a solar farm for a property they are trying to acquire. We already know how […]

ER/West Wing Producer Puts Hancock Tudor On Market for $14.5 Million

ER/West Wing Producer Puts Hancock Tudor On Market for $14.5 Million

The redbrick 9,676 square foot Tudor home has a 6 beds and 8 bathrooms on nearly an acre. The property also has a 2 bedroom guest house and 1 bedroom ‘pool pavilion.’

Foreman & Clark Building To House 125 Condos in Downtown LA

Foreman & Clark Building To House 125 Condos in Downtown LA

The 1928 17 story former department store building will be renovated into 125 apartments with the mechanical spaces in the upper floors used for common areas.

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Two So Cal Malls Struggle to Retool In New Retail Environment

Two So Cal Malls Struggle to Retool In New Retail Environment

Brick and mortar retailers have struggled with the rise of online retailers and malls, being dependent on retail, have taken a hit as well. As a result, malls looking for ways to expand in ways that are less dependent on retailers.

Inland Empire Renters Feel the Squeeze of Stagnating Incomes and Rising Rents

Inland Empire Renters Feel the Squeeze of Stagnating Incomes and Rising Rents

Like most of Southern California, the Inland Empire is in bad need of housing. While many people consider the area a rather affordable, if not attractive, place to live, renters have actually experienced declining incomes and rapidly rising rents over the past 15 years.