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Office Campus Sells East of Playa Vista for $135M

Los Angeles Business Journal

 

An affiliate of Lincoln Property Co. has purchased an office complex just east of Playa Vista and has plans to freshen up the 560,000-square-foot site. LPC Realty Advisors I bought the six-building Wateridge campus in Ladera Heights on behalf of a...

 



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US Office: Demand Keeps Outpacing Supply

GlobeSt.com

 

The US office sector at midyear is poised for continued growth, Marcus & Millichap says in a new report. Thanks to ongoing expansion in a number of office-using employment sectors as well as a slower pace of new deliveries, the national...

 


Submarket Snapshot: Retail in Downtown Los Angeles in Q2 2016

The Real Deal

 

The 2.2 million square feet of retail in the Greater Downtown Los Angeles submarket saw 3.1 percent vacancy in the second quarter, according to a report by CBRE. It clocked in lower than the 5 percent Greater Los Angeles average.  However, the area...

 


AB Global buys three LA office buildings as part of $153M portfolio

The Real Deal

 

New York-based investment firm AllianceBernstein L.P. has some new assets in L.A. AllianceBerstein, or AB Global, recently purchased two office properties in Marina del Rey and one in Pasadena as part of a $153 million five-property portfolio, The Real Deal has learned. The two other...

 


DTLA office rents expected to moderate: report

The Real Deal

 

Office rents in Downtown Los Angeles have been on the uptick, but they are expected to moderate this year to meet the reality of the market. Rents increased by 6.4 percent in 2015, according to JLL’s latest Skyline report, which tracks trophy...

 


11-Mile Makeover of the LA River is Moving Right Along

Curbed LA

 

For well over a decade, the city of Los Angeles has been discussing plans to turn the ugly concrete flood control channel running through the heart of the city into something a little more river-like. Somewhere you might, for instance, settle...

 


La Plaza Cultura Village Breaks Ground

Urbanize LA

 

Last week, a development team consisting of the Trammell Crow Company (TCC), the Cesar Chavez Foundation and La Plaza de Cultura y Artes quietly broke ground on a $140-million mixed-use complex near Olvera Street. La Plaza Cultura Village, slated for two Los Angeles County-owned...

 


Industrial Sale is Reason to Party Unlimited in LA's Harbor Gateway Area

RENTV.com

 

Party Unlimited Rental and Supplies has acquired a 16.3k sf industrial building in LA’s South Bay region for expansion of its warehousing operations. The property, located at 13320 Figueroa St, south of El Segundo Blvd and east of the 110 Fwy...

 


Is Co-Working Becoming The New Normal?

Huffington Post

 

Co-Working DefinedTechnological advances have given employees more independence and mobility to work from nearly any location at any time. Large and small employers are permitting and even encouraging their employees to work from out of office. This growing trend has even birthed...

 


Economy Watch: Total Construction Spending Down, Though Spending on Apartments, Offices Up

Multi-Housing News

 

The Census Bureau reported on Friday that U.S. construction spending during May 2016 came in at an annualized rate of $1,143.3 billion, or 0.8 percent below the bureau’s April estimate. The May figure is, however, still 2.8 percent above the May...

 


4 Ways Technology is Changing Real Estate

Bisnow

 

Technology has been impacting real estate more and more in recent years, but the trend is only just beginning. Among those at the forefront of how tech intersects with real estate is WiredScore CEO Arie Barendrecht, who we caught up with...

 

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US Office: Demand Keeps Outpacing Supply

GlobeSt.com

 

The US office sector at midyear is poised for continued growth, Marcus & Millichap says in a new report. Thanks to ongoing expansion in a number of office-using employment sectors as well as a slower pace of new deliveries, the national vacancy rate is expected to keep ticking downward while rent growth is expected to average 3.9% for the year—and considerably more in tech hubs.

The report notes that office-using employment recovered early following the downturn and is now up by 1.8 million workers over the pre-recession peak. While professional and business services remains the largest office-using employment sector, Marcus & Millichap sees an incremental lift in demand coming from other industries.

“Local government agencies hired an additional 43,000 workers in the first five months of this year; payrolls could continue to expand in the months ahead as revenues from retail sales and building permits grow in an expanding economy,” according to the firm’s Office Outlook Summer 2016 report. In the healthcare arena, more than 100,000 positions were created during that time in ambulatory care services, a principal driver of demand for medical office space. “Additional growth in staffing will occur as more workers acquire employee-sponsored health insurance, generating needs for additional space.”

Some of that additional space will come from new construction. However, although Marcus & Millichap expects about 79 million square feet to be delivered over the course of 2016, or nearly 18% more than the 67 million square feet that came on line last year, the annual pace of development still lags the pre-recession peak.

 

“Construction volume remains conspicuously light at this point of the cycle; an average of 109 million square feet was placed in service annually in the three years leading up to the recession,” the report states. A drag on new space demand, and thus on development, may be coming from cloud computing and arrangements that allow more employees to work remotely.

In addition, the report notes that co-working spaces, such as those offered by WeWork, continue to grow in popularity. This past January, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank reported that WeWork’s pending and active leases in New York City alone totaled some 2.8 million square feet. “Co-working spaces, similar to executive suites, are a common choice among independent workers, but the concept is gaining traction among large corporations with flexible staffing needs,” according to the Marcus & Millichap report.

Vacancies nationwide declined 20 basis points year over year to a nationwide average of 15.1% at the end of the first quarter. The San Jose metro area was a stellar performer in terms of declining vacancies; however, Marcus & Millichap notes that other tech strongholds, such as Austin, Seattle and San Francisco, have seen more varied results lately. Meanwhile, headquarters metros such as Dallas/Fort Worth and Minneapolis/St. Paul have recorded substantial growth in occupied space as additional hiring continues generating new demand.

San Jose was also a star performer in rent growth over the past year; it posted double-digit gains, in common with San Francisco to the west and Orange County to the south. More broadly, Marcus & Millichap notes that the pace of rent growth nationally is accelerating: the most recent 12-month period saw a 4.5% Y-O-Y increase, compared to just 3.3% the year prior. On a metro-by-metro basis, nearly all have seen rents grow over the past four quarters.

-Carrie Rossenfeld 

Office Campus Sells East of Playa Vista for $135M

Los Angeles Business Journal

 

An affiliate of Lincoln Property Co. has purchased an office complex just east of Playa Vista and has plans to freshen up the 560,000-square-foot site. LPC Realty Advisors I bought the six-building Wateridge campus in Ladera Heights on behalf of a public pension fund for $135 million, or about $240 a square foot, according to a source close to the deal.

The site is about 70 percent occupied. Tenants include Evolve Media, Kaiser Permanente, and the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services.

Lincoln’s finance director, Stephen Lindgren, said he expects to draw tenants ranging from tech and media firms to law offices and accountants for the remaining space.

“As Playa Vista and Corporate Pointe continue to tighten, we’ll be able to offer a lower-cost alternative to be in those same markets,” he said.

Several buildings recently traded at Corporate Pointe, about a mile away, for roughly $300 a square foot, with the new owners planning renovations. Right next door, IDS Real Estate Group is constructing a 281,000-square-foot office.

Lindgren said the developments bode well for Wateridge, especially as Playa Vista’s coveted leases get gobbled up and as plans progress for a football stadium in nearby Inglewood. Lincoln’s renovation will add retailers, replace furniture, revamp outdoor plazas, and spruce up empty offices.

The sellers were Mullen Co. of Irvine and Rockwood Capital of San Francisco, who bought the complex for $136 million in 2007.

Playa Vista isn’t the only office market drawing attention. A 1,900-square-foot office on North Highland Avenue in Hollywood sold last week for $1.8 million. That’s $947 a square foot – setting a record for a Hollywood office sale, according to Jones Lang LaSalle brokers Nicole Mihalka and Angela Sanders, who represented the seller. Lee Polster of Coldwell Banker Westmac represented the buyer.

Polster said the site is slated to become production offices and meeting space for entertainment professionals, particularly to promote the advancement of women in entertainment and media.

-Daina Beth Solomon

Submarket Snapshot: Retail in Downtown Los Angeles in Q2 2016

The Real Deal

 

The 2.2 million square feet of retail in the Greater Downtown Los Angeles submarket saw 3.1 percent vacancy in the second quarter, according to a report by CBRE. It clocked in lower than the 5 percent Greater Los Angeles average. 

However, the area saw negative absorption of 29,943 square feet. And there is a large quantity of retail space that will soon become available: a whopping 344,138 square feet is under construction.

Downtown’s under construction mega-projects contributed to that figure. Greenland’s 2.1 million-square-foot Metropolis project will have 70,000 square feet of retail, while Beijing developer Oceanwide’s $1 billion project, Oceanwide Plaza, will have more than 166,000 square feet of stores and restaurants.

Asking rent averaged $2.33 a square foot a month in the second quarter, lower than the $2.40 Greater Los Angeles average.

-Hannah Miet

AB Global buys three LA office buildings as part of $153M portfolio

The Real Deal

 

New York-based investment firm AllianceBernstein L.P. has some new assets in L.A.

AllianceBerstein, or AB Global, recently purchased two office properties in Marina del Rey and one in Pasadena as part of a $153 million five-property portfolio, The Real Deal has learned.

The two other properties are located in Colorado. The seller of the 803,635-square-foot portfolio was real estate management and investment firm SteelWave, based in Foster City. Eastdil Secured brokered the deal on behalf of the buyer.

The Marina del Rey buildings at 4551 and 4553 Glencoe Avenue had a combined price tag of $50.5 million. Built in 1984, the twin three-story office structures were 92 percent leased at the time of the sale. Together, they total more than 145,000 square feet and qualify as one of the biggest commercial transactions in the second quarter of 2016.

AB Global’s new Pasadena property is a modernistic 11-story structure at the northeast corner of Green Street and Lake Avenue. This 110,056-square-foot office building was 84 percent leased at the time of the sale. The structure was constructed in 1982.

The two remaining properties, one in Centennial, Colorado and the other in Greenwood Village, Colorado, cost $41 million and $30 million, respectively.

SteelWave was involved in another pricey deal this year: Its sale of 23 industrial properties in Santa Fe Springs to Kearny Real Estate and Morgan Stanley for $77.5 million.

AB Global did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

-Cathleen Chen

DTLA office rents expected to moderate: report

The Real Deal

 

Office rents in Downtown Los Angeles have been on the uptick, but they are expected to moderate this year to meet the reality of the market.

Rents increased by 6.4 percent in 2015, according to JLL’s latest Skyline report, which tracks trophy properties in the skylines of various cities. Rates are now at a record $3.46 a square foot a month, but are not expected to climb very high in the near future. Rent growth in 2016 is expected to increase at less than half as fast a clip.

“Three percent is a more realistic figure,” said Henry Gjestrum, JLL’s Los Angeles research analyst.

The three ownership groups that control more than half of Downtown’s vacant office space pushed rents aggressively, Gjestrum said. Now, they are taking a look at the market and reassessing those figures.

There are several factors likely to make landlords slow their role on rent increases. One, Gjestrum said, is that tenant demand is expected to remain steady, and not increase. Another is that a significant amount of Downtown space could come to the market in the next two years as leases expire.

Then there’s vacancy, which is well below the 12 percent rate that is considered healthy for a Central Business District market. Downtown’s vacancy rate is currently 16 percent, according to JLL.

“Every market has a different equilibrium level,” Gjestrum said. “, a healthy rate for a CBD is usually 12 percent, for Downtown Los Angeles it might be 2 or 3 percent higher. There is 16 percent vacancy now Downtown, and it would be healthier closer to 14.”

However, different brokerages have reported different figures when it comes to Downtown L.A.’s vacancy, based on what properties and areas are included. A new report by Transwestern paints a bleaker picture than the skyline report, which focuses only on the trophy skyscrapers. According to the Transwestern report, which includes all properties in the Downtown and Greater Downtown submarkets, including the Arts District, DTLA saw negative absorption of 136,337 square feet in the second quarter, and vacancy of 17.1 percent.

What is clear to all is that Downtown landlords are making efforts to retain their tenants. Nearly $150 million of current and future lobby renovations are under way in Downtown’s trophy assets, according to the JLL report.

“I think for downtown particularly, the ownership groups are very astute and focused on tenants so we’re seeing a lot of investment on the part of landlords amenities and services,” Gjestrum said. “They are renovating lobbies and looking to improve the overall tenant experience.”

-Hannah Miet

11-Mile Makeover of the LA River is Moving Right Along

Curbed LA

 

For well over a decade, the city of Los Angeles has been discussing plans to turn the ugly concrete flood control channel running through the heart of the city into something a little more river-like. Somewhere you might, for instance, settle down next to for a picnic, or fish for Steelhead trout. Now, the city is closer than ever to starting work to make that happen.

On Wednesday, city council voted unanimously to approve a plan to restore 11 miles of the LA River stretching from Griffith Park to Downtown. The plan, called Alternative 20, is the most ambitious of three plans considered by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the revitalization of the river. In 2014, aftersome lobbying from Mayor Eric Garcetti, the Corps reversed course on an earlier decision and backed this most transformative (and expensive) option. 

At the time, the project was expected to cost around $1 billion, with the city and the federal government splitting the cost evenly. The price tag seems to have gone up a bit since then, with the city contribution now estimated to be more than $980 million. Most of that money would go toward acquiring land around the river where ecosystem restoration projects could then occur.

The city will not have to produce all those funds at once. Prior to voting on the project, Councilman Mitch O’Farrell pointed out that the plan would be carried out on a project-by-project basis—allowing the city to prioritize projects that would be easier and cheaper to accomplish.

"We’ve approached this in a way to get the low hanging fruit," O’Farrell said. He pointed to the Central Service Yard north of Atwater Village as a parcel of land the city already owns and where redevelopment could begin right away.

As controversy continues to swirl over the city’s secretive decision to bring in celebrity architect Frank Gehry to map out a master plan for the river, the council’s decision Wednesday was a clear victory for the activists and community members who worried Gehry’s work would undermine the Alternative 20 plan.

Marissa Christiansen, senior policy director with Friends of the LA River—the organization that raised nearly $1 million to help complete the study that produced the Alternative 20 plan—says the organization "could not be more pleased" with the council’s decision. "Never before has revitalization and restoration of the Los Angeles River as a natural and accessible resource gained so much traction."

"The river is the heart and soul of Los Angeles," O’Farrell said, before urging the council to join him in approving the project.

-Elijah Chiland

La Plaza Cultura Village Breaks Ground

Urbanize LA

 

Last week, a development team consisting of the Trammell Crow Company (TCC), the Cesar Chavez Foundation and La Plaza de Cultura y Artes quietly broke ground on a $140-million mixed-use complex near Olvera Street.

La Plaza Cultura Village, slated for two Los Angeles County-owned parking lots at the intersection of Broadway and Cesar E Chavez Avenue, will consist of five- and eight-story buildings featuring 355 residential units and 43,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and restaurant space.  The project calls for an array of live/work lofts, studio apartments and one-, two- and three-bedroom dwellings, of which 20% will be reserved as affordable housing.  Planned amenities include multiple roof decks, a fitness center, a swimming pool and a dog park.

According to designs from the architecture firms Johnson Fain and SWA Group La Plaza Village will be centered along a historic paseo which runs east-to-west through the site, linking Union Station to the Fort Moore Memorial on Hill Street.  A large California sycamore will serve as the centerpiece of the plaza, referencing the massive El Aliso sycamore that served as a gathering place for the Tongva community that once made its home in the area which became Downtown Los Angeles.

Moving east, the project takes the form of a hillside village, undergoing a 40-foot elevation change between Broadway and Hill Street.  Further references to the property's history as the birthplace of Los Angeles are made through architectural elements such as interpretive signage and paving inlays.

A representative of TCC states that the project, which is being built without public subsidies, is tentatively scheduled for completion in June 2018.

-Steven Sharp

Industrial Sale is Reason to Party Unlimited in LA's Harbor Gateway Area

RENTV.com

 

Party Unlimited Rental and Supplies has acquired a 16.3k sf industrial building in LA’s South Bay region for expansion of its warehousing operations. The property, located at 13320 Figueroa St, south of El Segundo Blvd and east of the 110 Fwy in the Harbor Gateway area, sold for $2.3 mil, or $141/sf. 

Party Unlimited plans to occupy its new facility, located on nearly an acre of land, during the late third quarter of this year, following building refurbishment. The facility is a freestanding concrete tilt-up, dock high building with a fully fenced yard, 22 feet of clear height, 28 on-site parking spots and 3k sf of office space. 

Matt Stringfellow and Courtney Bell with The Klabin Co represented Party Unlimited Rental and Supplies in the acquisition. Rusty Smith of Cushman & Wakefield repped the seller, 13320 Figueroa St LLC. With this deal, Party Unlimited expanded from a nearby 7k sf facility which Stringfellow and Bell sold them earlier. 

-Staff

Is Co-Working Becoming The New Normal?

Huffington Post

 

Co-Working DefinedTechnological advances have given employees more independence and mobility to work from nearly any location at any time. Large and small employers are permitting and even encouraging their employees to work from out of office. This growing trend has even birthed a new niche market — co-working — as more entrepreneurs and traditional workers, needing only Internet connection, choose to live alternative lifestyles which let them dictate their location and hours.

An article in Harvard Business Review titled, “Workspaces That Move People” describes the origin of co-working as coming from San Francisco, Berlin, and London in 2005. “Technologists, programmers, and creative professionals wanted to work outside confining office environments but also to avoid the isolation of home offices,” wrote its authors. What they formed is now called co-working.

What is Co-Working Like and Who Uses It?One Wild Life (OWL) is one of a growing number of static and mobile start-ups catering to this specialized market. “We started One Wild Life to enable people to enhance their professional lives by working in inspiring places and creating a healthy work-life balance,” writes co-founders Tim Stempel and Ryan Woldt on their funding website.

Operating out of San Diego, California, the OWL founders foresee servicing a variety of mobile professionals. “We service self-employed freelancers and entrepreneurs with an adventurous streak who want to be able to get out and surf, hike or bike before, after and during work,” Woldt explains, adding that other clients might include “those who are excited about a new way of working or are just looking for an alternative to the coffee shop and want to be surrounded and inspired by other adventurous spirits.”

Their Adventure Lab, a repurposed school bus turned co-working space, caters to eight to 12 clients and is outfitted with a technically integrated workspace including Wifi, desk space, conference and presentation space, video projection, and of course good coffee.

Providing customers a variety of mobile packages, including multi-day passes for outside activities like biking, surfing, hiking, or yoga, gives them freedom to literally choose the road less traveled and enjoy it — all while being location independent. “Because we’re in a mobile facility we can be flexible with our location to avoid falling into routine,” Woldt says.

The founders anticipate launching the Adventure Lab in late August or early September, but have big dreams to create multiple mobile co-working units on a national and international level.

Are Co-Working Spaces Becoming the New Normal?More freelancers and contractors are favoring working out of office for reasons such as more family time, less stress, overall improved happiness and improved productivity when compared to traditional office work. Some estimates predict freelancers and contractors will comprise 40 percent of the workforce by 2020.

“People are valuing work style and sense of community over traditional careers, and co-working is a flexible and affordable solution for them,” says Zoltan Szalas, Co-founder at Croissant and named one of the 30 Most Influential People in Co-working in 2016.

Laurie Davis, founder and CEO of eFlirt, uses different co-working spaces depending on her location. Davis uses Croissant when in New York City and One Roof when in Los Angeles. She describes a co-working environment as being quite adaptable to her business needs.

“We are inspired by environment, so we love most about Croissant is that we have several co-working spaces to choose from depending upon the vibe we’d prefer that day,” Davis says. “Some are quieter which can be better for brainstorming while others are more conducive to networking if we’d like to meet new prospects and brand partners. It never feels like “going to the office” when you’re not showing up to the same space each day.”

Co-working is not just growing in popularity among employees. For employers, working remotely has several added benefits.

Aside from letting companies and entrepreneurs decrease their overall expenses, rent, and overall carbon footprint, co-working further helps firms fill tough job vacancies because they can expand their candidate pool from a local level to national or even international level.

“Economic uncertainty and an emphasis on employee experience are driving companies to turn to co-working as a solution to cut real estate costs and to provide a more fulfilling work experience for employees,” Szalas says.

Evidence of this real estate trend is visible. “e’re focused on the intersection of people and workplace. We see this revolution as “The Great Era of Unbuilding,”Liquidspace founder Mark Gilbreath penned in 2012 for Shareable. “We are going to eat into the vast supply of existing buildings, bringing them back to life serving the needs of one billion mobile workers, who make powerful decisions in real-time about how, where and with whom they want to work,” he added.

The co-working, location independent mentality is moving from the fringe of society to front-and-center and now includes cities like San Francisco, New York, London, Tokyo, and Shanghai. This movement is also strong in rebuilding cities like Detroitwhich show the kind of communal impact co-working has on the micro-level.

Whether working from a mobile or static co-working space, one thing is clear: more companies and entrepreneurs are willingly shifting to operate in this manner instead of traditional office space.

Future OutlookAs for the future of co-working, Szalas predicts one based on collaboration. “We are entering a new age of workplace, where corporate employees, freelancers, and entrepreneurs will work side-by-side in a collaborative and community driven environment,” he says, adding that “it will open up opportunities for innovation, provide freelancers with jobs, and entrepreneurs with more opportunities.”

“In essence,” Szalas notes, “co-working is breaking down the traditional corporate barrier that existed for years and bringing smart people with different work styles together.”

-Taylor Butch

Economy Watch: Total Construction Spending Down, Though Spending on Apartments, Offices Up

Multi-Housing News

 

The Census Bureau reported on Friday that U.S. construction spending during May 2016 came in at an annualized rate of $1,143.3 billion, or 0.8 percent below the bureau’s April estimate. The May figure is, however, still 2.8 percent above the May 2015 estimate.

Both private and public construction were down for the month, the bureau noted, with spending on private projects dropping 0.3 percent, while public projects were off 2.3 percent. Year-over-year, private construction spending rose by 4.7 percent in May, while public construction was down 2.6 percent.

Some kinds of construction spending continues to grow robustly. Spending on new multifamily residential projects, for instance, gained 1.8 percent for the month in May, and was up year-over-year by 23.9 percent.

Spending on office construction dropped 0.4 percent for the month in May, but was up for the year by 22.5 percent. Spending on hotel projects rose by 1.9 percent for the month, and by 20.6 percent for the year. Spending on new manufacturing facilities, on the other hand, seemed to be taking a hit because of the persistence of the strong dollar: it was down 1.9 percent for the month and 6.9 percent for the year.

-Dees Stribling

4 Ways Technology is Changing Real Estate

Bisnow

 

Technology has been impacting real estate more and more in recent years, but the trend is only just beginning. Among those at the forefront of how tech intersects with real estate is WiredScore CEO Arie Barendrecht, who we caught up with to learn about four types of firms changing the industry through technology. Arie will be among the speakers at Bisnow's Future of Real Estate event on July 14 at the Ritz-Carlton Boston.

1) Simplifiers Arie tells us these companies unlock value for landlords by taking complex ideas or activities and making them simple and transparent. He puts his company into this category, WiredScore's connectivity rating service helps building owners and leasing agency teams get a clear picture of the internet connectivity in their buildings. Brokers are not always known for their technological prowess, so this creates a distinct advantage in helping them discuss connec
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