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Equity Office Daily Brief: September 13, 2017

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September 13, 2017

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Warner Bros. breaks ground on new soundstage

Los Angeles Times

 

Construction of a new soundstage on the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank will hopefully keep entertainment industry jobs in the state and the city, according to company officials. On Monday, Warner Bros. and city officials gathered on a dirt plot next to...

 


Lessons From 5 Fearless Leaders In Tech, Venture Capital And Entrepreneurship

Forbes

 

It's no secret that one of the best ways to advance your career is to learn from others who've been successful: especially when it comes to overcoming challenges as an outlier in your workforce. There's a lot to be learned: Is...

 



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Tishman Speyer Picks Up 147k sf Santa Monica Office Asset

RENTV

 

Tishman Speyer closed on its first Santa Monica office buy with the purchase of Arboretum Courtyard, a 147k sf, Class A office property situated in the heart of the city’s amenity-rich Santa Monica Media and Entertainment District. The asset, sold by...

 


Commerce Office Building Trades for $129/sf

RENTV

 

A 54.2k sf office building in the city of Commerce traded hands in a recent $7 mil ($129/sf) transaction between private investors. The single-story property is located at 5900 Eastern Ave, east of the 710 Fwy and just south of Slauson...

 


Mixed-Use Development Slated for 12th & La Brea

urbanize.LA

 

A one-story commercial building in the Mid-Wilshirie area could give way for a multifamily residential development, per a filing today with the Los Angeles Department of City Planning. The project, slated for a half-acre site at 1180 S. La Brea Avenue, is slated...

 


CIM Group Bringing New Commercial Space to Silver Lake

urbanize.LA

 

Los Angeles-based developer CIM Group, best known for its high-rise towers in Hollywood and Downtown, is bringing a pair of small commercial buildings to Silver Lake. The first development, located at 4121 Santa Monica Boulevard, will feature approximatley 14,600 square feet of rentable retail and...

 


Plans For South Park Development Revised

BISNOW

 

A new development slated for South Park may be bigger than previously proposed. The Condor would be built at 1334 South Flower St. and designed by Santa Monica's DFH Architects. The seven-story project could include up to 171 or 177 units...

 


Asian Investment Makes A Comeback

GlobeSt

 

Asian investment is making a comeback, after Chinese government restrictions slowed the influx of capital last year. In the first half of 2017, Asian investors were one of the biggest players in the real estate investment market, according to research from Commercial...

 

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Warner Bros. breaks ground on new soundstage

Los Angeles Times

 

Construction of a new soundstage on the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank will hopefully keep entertainment industry jobs in the state and the city, according to company officials.

On Monday, Warner Bros. and city officials gathered on a dirt plot next to Stages 28 and 28A to celebrate the upcoming building of the studio’s 36th soundstage, which will be called Stage 29.

The new 18,040-square-foot facility, which is expected to be completed and operational by June 2018, is not replacing the existing Stage 29 that is currently on the back lot. That soundstage will be renamed Stage 30, said Jon Gilbert, Warner Bros.’ president of worldwide studio facilities.

During the ceremony, Gilbert said the building will use the latest sustainable construction materials and use “silent air conditioning” for the television productions they expect to take residency there.

The new Stage 29 will have the latest bells and whistles, but Gilbert said that he is most excited about the number of jobs the soundstage will bring to the state and to Burbank, especially during a time when many television and movie productions have moved to other locations, such as Georgia and Canada.

Though the studios at Warner Bros. are near 100% capacity, Gilbert said he is confident the new facility will bring more jobs back to Burbank.

“When we think of the number of jobs, not just the Warner Bros. jobs, but also the caterers and community businesses that support the productions, it’s going to be in the hundreds,” Gilbert said after the ceremony. “I see this building as an opportunity for a lot more people to work and a lot more production people to stay close to their families instead of traveling to Canada.”

Burbank Mayor Will Rogers, who attended the ceremony along with the rest of his City Council colleagues, concurred with Gilbert, adding that he remembers a time when Warner Bros. had soundstages that were not being utilized.

With Nickelodeon unveiling its updated West Coast headquarters in Burbank earlier this year and seeing Warner Bros. moving forward with construction of another soundstage, seeing these studios continuing to settle their roots in the city, Rogers said it makes him feel reassured that they won’t leave Burbank like Lockheed Corp. did years ago.

“If suddenly went belly up and sat vacant here, it would have a big impact on the community, as we learned during the writers’ strike,” Rogers said. “When you shut down production, it has such a ripple effect and hurts so many people ... So steps like this help us avoid steps like that.”

-Anthony Clark Carpio 

Lessons From 5 Fearless Leaders In Tech, Venture Capital And Entrepreneurship

Forbes

 

It's no secret that one of the best ways to advance your career is to learn from others who've been successful: especially when it comes to overcoming challenges as an outlier in your workforce. There's a lot to be learned: Is the tech industry really ready to accept female leaders? Do male entrepreneurs have an advantage over their female counterparts? What questions should we stop asking women in tech? We sat down with 5 speakers at Create & Cultivate, a conference for female entrepreneurs, at the Microsoft campus in Seattle to get answers to these questions and more.

After almost 20 years working in venture capital and private equity, Sonya Brown is tired of being asked how she 'does it all.' The mother of four and General Partner at Norwest Ventures believes everyone is capable of pursuing their passions. "The reality is, is that men do it all too." They just aren't being asked to explain how they do it.

For Richer Poorer co-founder and CEO Iva Pawling, the lessons she's learned as an entrepreneur also resonate back home, when her son assumed that her office belonged to her male cofounder. "It's incredible to see that...he still himself has these stereotypes, as a four-year-old, of what moms should be doing that I'm constantly battling."

As the President of the Mine, Michelle Newbery helps her organization remain on the forefront of technology in the home design space. Her journey hasn't come without it's challenges, but a strategy of 'polite persistence' has made all of the difference. "It's really important to understand the 'why' behind the no," she says.

Amy Nelson raised money for her co-working space for women The Riveter while pregnant with her third child.Despite advice from others to hide her status from potential investors, she wanted to find the right people to be a part of the project. People should ask parents how their skills will help them in the workplace, she says.

"There are many times where I have found it hard to find my voice, to get heard, to get listened to," says Microsoft General Manager Megan Saunders, who works with 3D, Mixed Reality and other emergent technologies. Her message to the men of the world? "The one thing we really want is just to be seen as a person."

Progress has been made, but according to these leaders, there's much more to be done. By learning from their stories, the next generation of women who pursue tech, venture capital and entrepreneurship will be more prepared to take on the challenge.

-Emily Drewry

Tishman Speyer Picks Up 147k sf Santa Monica Office Asset

RENTV

 

Tishman Speyer closed on its first Santa Monica office buy with the purchase of Arboretum Courtyard, a 147k sf, Class A office property situated in the heart of the city’s amenity-rich Santa Monica Media and Entertainment District. The asset, sold by Blackstone’s Equity Office division, is said to have traded for around $140 mil, or $950/sf. 

The property consists of two four-story buildings in a campus-style setting at 2150 and 2120 Colorado Ave, between Colorado and 20th St. Designed in Santa Barbara Classicist architecture style, it is close to affluent West Los Angeles residential neighborhoods and upscale retail destinations. Arboretum Courtyard features a quality roster of tenants that includes the Game Show Network, Universal Music Group, Connexity and Sony, among others. Current occupancy is 89% with minimal vacancy over the next seven years. Tishman Speyer Senior Managing Director John Miller said, “The acquisition of Arboretum Courtyard represents our expansion into the supply-constrained Santa Monica submarket, which commands the highest average office rents in the Los Angeles area. It adds to our growing first-class portfolio of office buildings stretching across the Los Angeles region. We hold a very positive long-term view of the region’s office market and continue to look for additional strategic investment opportunities.” 

-RENTV

Commerce Office Building Trades for $129/sf

RENTV

 

A 54.2k sf office building in the city of Commerce traded hands in a recent $7 mil ($129/sf) transaction between private investors. The single-story property is located at 5900 Eastern Ave, east of the 710 Fwy and just south of Slauson Ave. Built in 1974 and remodeled in 1987, the office property sits on 3.5 acres of land that contains ample onsite parking. The property, situated minutes away from downtown Los Angeles, is currently 85% leased. Christopher Larimore with Lee & Associates represented the buyer, while Dave Smith, also with Lee & Associates, repped the seller. The transaction came in at a 6.46% cap rate. Prior to this acquisition, the buyer purchased a 100k sf property at 2934 E Garvey Ave in West Covina. That property was transformed into a modern, green-friendly Class B office building with prime 10 Fwy exposure. Larimore noted that the buyers are planning on conducting similar improvements to the 5900 Eastern Avenue property. 

-RENTV

Mixed-Use Development Slated for 12th & La Brea

urbanize.LA

 

A one-story commercial building in the Mid-Wilshirie area could give way for a multifamily residential development, per a filing today with the Los Angeles Department of City Planning.

The project, slated for a half-acre site at 1180 S. La Brea Avenue, is slated for a nearly 60,000-square-foot building featuring 67 rental apartments, 2,400 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and parking for a maximum of 94 vehicles.  Plans call for six units of affordable housing within the development, in exchange for density bonus incentives.

City records list the project applicant at 1180 La Brea, LLC.

A smaller mixed-use building is planned three blocks north at the corner of La Brea and 9th Street.

-Steven Sharp

CIM Group Bringing New Commercial Space to Silver Lake

urbanize.LA

 

Los Angeles-based developer CIM Group, best known for its high-rise towers in Hollywood and Downtown, is bringing a pair of small commercial buildings to Silver Lake.

The first development, located at 4121 Santa Monica Boulevard, will feature approximatley 14,600 square feet of rentable retail and restaurant space with close proximity to Sunset Junction. 

The second project, which has not yet broken ground, would be a two-story structure featuring street-fronting restaurant space with offices above.  The new construction would rise on what is now a vacant lot.

-Steven Sharp

Plans For South Park Development Revised

BISNOW

 

A new development slated for South Park may be bigger than previously proposed.

The Condor would be built at 1334 South Flower St. and designed by Santa Monica's DFH Architects.

The seven-story project could include up to 171 or 177 units instead of around 145 as proposed earlier in the year, Urbanize LA reports. The plans could possibly include a handful of live-work apartments.

There also would be 2,500 SF of ground-level retail space, which could grow to 8,800 SF if the live-work units are dropped from the project.

-Karen Jordan

Asian Investment Makes A Comeback

GlobeSt

 

Asian investment is making a comeback, after Chinese government restrictions slowed the influx of capital last year. In the first half of 2017, Asian investors were one of the biggest players in the real estate investment market, according to research from Commercial Café. While Los Angeles and other West Coast markets are among the most active markets for these investors, the two largest transactions from were in New York, totaling more than $3.3 billion.

“Historically, Asian investors have always had a soft spot for the West Coast,” Carina Bukos, a research analyst at Commercial Café, tells GlobeSt.com. “After the Chinese government’s restrictions on foreign investments, we see other Asian investors, from Korea Investment Corp. to Singapore’s GIC Real Estate and Japan’s Mori Trust stepping in.”

Asian investment activity had slowed last year after the Chinese government placed restrictions on foreign investment. “As part of a large effort, the Chinese government has put a cap on the amount of capital that could be invested abroad each year,” says Bukos. “Also, due to government scrutiny, Chinese companies have pulled out of some major negotiations and have generally been less active on the market. The first half of the year had everyone following the new dynamic between the U.S. and China.”

The players are beginning to change as a result. “China’s HNA Group did take the first spot in terms of the most expensive deal, with 245 Park Avenue in Manhattan, but it’s more subdued than what it was a year ago,” says Bukos. “Of the new wave of Asian investors, GIC Real Estatehas been the most active, with 2 deals in DC and a $1 billion acquisition of 60 Wall Street in Manhattan. With three deals under its belt, the Singapore-based company still came in second. It remains to be seen whether the Chinese slowdown or the push from other foreign investors will lead to a reshuffling if the key players’ position.”

While Asian investment has been active this cycle, in the last year, we saw foreign investment from other countries pick up, particularly from Canada and Europe. “Asian investment is still prevalent in major U.S. markets, with competition from Canadian and European investors still relatively tame now,” Bukos. “It seems to be a move prompted by the window of opportunity created by the current situation in China, rather than a major effort of these companies to displace investments from Asia.”

-Kelsi Maree Borland

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