August 24, 1999 |
The office market in Los Angeles and Orange counties remained relatively strong during the first half of the year, but there were signs that the market's performance will fall below last year's results, according to a regional real estate survey. The vacancy rate for all classes of office space remained relatively stable, falling to 11.8% at midyear 1999 from 11.9% at the end of last year, according to Delta Associates, the research arm of Transwestern Commercial Services.
November 30, 1999 |
The office market in Los Angeles and Orange counties continued to see vacancy rates drop during the third quarter, but tenants remained highly sensitive to rising rents. The overall vacancy rate at the end of the July-September period slipped to 11.5%, from 11.8% at the end of the previous quarter, according to Delta Associates, the research arm of Transwestern Commercial Services. Rents in the area continued to rise 4% to 5% on an annualized basis.
July 21, 2000
Dorothy Farris has joined FutureLink Corp. in Irvine as vice president of sales for the ASP division. Previously, she was regional director for Wyse Inc. In addition, Chris Harvey, formerly director of FutureLink's southeast region, was promoted to senior vice president of the company's Server-Based Computing division. Gary Garcia also has joined the company as vice president of human resources. He was most recently vice president of human resources for Star Telecommunications in Santa Barbara.
June 27, 2000 |
As has been the case so many times over the last decade, merger and acquisition activity is dumping more high-rise space on the struggling downtown Los Angeles office market. With the recent acquisition of longtime local stalwart Atlantic Richfield Co. by BP Amoco, Arco's already-shrinking downtown operations will dwindle even more.
November 14, 2000 |
PropertyFirst.com, one of the largest sources of commercial real estate listings on the Internet, has laid off about 25% of its workers in an effort to conserve cash. The Alhambra-based company is one of several firms struggling to build a profitable Web-based marketplace for commercial landlords, tenants and investors.
January 19, 2006 |
Los Angeles County's office market tightened further during last year's fourth quarter as business expansions pushed vacancy rates down and rents slightly up, according to data released Wednesday. The average vacancy rate fell to 12.3% from 14.8% a year earlier, while monthly asking rents ticked up 5 cents to $2.11 a square foot, real estate brokerage Cushman & Wakefield said. For companies planning a move, it means they have fewer options than they did a year ago, analysts said.