Patricia Kirk

Patricia
Kirk
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Growing Retail Amenities Boost to Los Angeles' Downtown Office Market.
Los Angeles' downtown is enjoying a revival.
Savvy Owners and Retailers Look to Find Opportunities Despite California's Challenges
The Golden State's lower land values and construction costs have created advantageous conditions for owners to upgrade assets while the market’s reduced rents have encouraged retailers to open new stores.
Texas: Bucking the Trend
Energy-rich Texas continues to experience job growth and new residents are flooding to Houston and the Dallas/Fort Worth area. That, in turn, has led
L.A. Close-Up
No two California metro areas have as much and as little in common as Los Angeles and Hollywood. Downtown Los Angeles is the city's financial center,
Trojan housing
Los Angeles-based developer Urban Partners LLC, in a joint venture with New York-based investor Blackstone Real Estate Advisors, broke ground in July
Florida's Sweet Spot
A depressed housing market and record gas prices have plunged Florida's economy into recession, local economists report.
Florida's Sweet Spot
A depressed housing market and record-high gas prices have officially plunged Florida's economy into recession, according to local economists. But a bright
SOUTHERN EXPOSURE
Canadians don't like everything about the United States, but they do love the lower prices. With the Canadian dollar, or Loonie, hitting a high of $1.10
Lifestyle Goes Indoors
Westfield Group, an Australian-based mall operator, is adding a $240 million three-story, 400,000-square-foot indoor lifestyle retail component to its
Go East
Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. has formed a joint venture partnership with Colonial First State Property Management, Australia's largest full-service retail
Emerging Scene
A study to find out what motivates international retailers to expand to new markets or not provides insights to the real estate opportunities and challenges
Reeling Them In
Although mall marketing managers may be doing all they can to prolong the holiday shopping season and pulling out all the stops to keep consumers at their
California Greening
A few years ago developers claimed that retail development was an unrealistic goal for retail development because multitenant projects can't be expected
Bay Area Sails
A few years ago, when San Francisco's economy was in the doldrums after the collapse of the dot-com bubble and the mass devastation that wiped out huge
A Grand Debut
A new $300 million, one-million-square-foot regional shopping center opened in August at Tustin Legacy, a 1,600-acre master-planned community at the former
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