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December 7, 2000 | Brad Berton
Long Beach commercial real estate brokerage Matlow-Kennedy Commercial Real Estate Services is being acquired by property services giant Cushman & Wakefield. Financial terms of the deal, which will take effect Jan. 1, were not disclosed. Matlow-Kennedy's 16 brokers focus on office and industrial properties in an area stretching from the South Bay to Orange County.
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December 7, 2000 | Brad Berton
Long Beach commercial real estate brokerage Matlow-Kennedy Commercial Real Estate Services is being acquired by property services giant Cushman & Wakefield. Financial terms of the deal, which will take effect Jan. 1, were not disclosed. Matlow-Kennedy's 16 brokers focus on office and industrial properties in an area stretching from the South Bay to Orange County.
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BUSINESS
February 6, 2001
Newmark of California Inc. commercial real estate brokerage has opened a new South Bay office in Long Beach and added six brokers formerly with NAI Matlow-Kennedy Commercial Real Estate Services in Long Beach, according to Gregory R. Gill, president of Newmark of California. The new brokers are Jason W. Cox, J. Jay Feinberg, Jeffrey A. Kellogg, Jorge A. Stambuk, Jon R. Sweeney and William B. Townsend. Newmark of California is a subsidiary of New York-based Newmark & Co. Real Estate Inc.
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March 28, 2000 | BOB HOWARD
Southern California Edison Co. plans to develop 61 acres of land along its right of way in Long Beach for uses that could include light manufacturing, warehouse space and a "commercial entertainment zone." The site lies between the 710 Freeway and the Los Angeles River Channel, north of Del Amo Boulevard and south of Artesia Boulevard.
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April 10, 2001 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The owners of Cushman Realty Corp. on Monday announced a tentative agreement to sell the prominent Los Angeles commercial real estate brokerage to Cushman & Wakefield Inc. The deal, which had been the subject of widespread speculation, is part of an industry shakeout that has created huge, global real estate firms that offer a variety of services to large corporate clients.
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June 20, 2000 | BOB HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One of L.A.'s premier advertising agencies will move into the Marina del Rey building that now houses the Southern California Institute of Architecture under terms of a newly signed lease that underscores the continuing demand for office space from growing Los Angeles companies. Deutsch Inc.
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December 12, 2000 | BOB HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
West Los Angeles-based Westmac Commercial Brokerage Co. has become an affiliate of Coldwell Banker Commercial in a deal that underscores the continuing consolidation in the commercial real estate brokerage business and marks the return of the Coldwell Banker Commercial name to Los Angeles County. Westmac will continue to be independently owned and operated but will now do business under the name Coldwell Banker Commercial, Westmac, said Timothy C. Macker, founder and president of Westmac.
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August 22, 1993 | DEBORA VRANA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A broker brouhaha is breaking out in Orange County real estate. Several small, independent commercial brokers say there is a move afoot by the big firms, which represent an estimated 90% of the market, to restrict distribution of information on buildings available for sale or lease.
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