by Jodi Summers If we build it, will they come? Stan Kroenke, owner of the St. Louis Rams, is planning to build an NFL-quality football stadium in Inglewood in anticipation of bringing an NFL team back to Los Angeles area. The LA Times reports that Kroenke and has teamed up with Stockbridge Capital Group, which […]


by Jodi Summers Los Angeles is assuming if they build an NFL-eminent stadium, a team will come. The thought is, if the Rams don’t come, maybe the Oakland Raiders will. Or the San Diego Chargers. Most of the talk surrounding team relocation is focused around Stan’s Rams, who have been unable to negotiate stadium renovations […]

edited by Jodi Summers It will take about 11 trillion gallons of water (42 cubic kilometers) — around 1.5 times the maximum volume of the largest U.S. reservoir – for California to recover from the drought, according to NASA. Earlier this year, a team of scientists led by Jay Famiglietti of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory […]

by Jodi Summers SoCal industrial real estate is firing on all cylinders thanks lack of inventory and the strength of e-commerce. Our power is SoCal’s 24 million residents. Our location allows us to be ahead of the curve…as well as the rest of the country. According to the most recent Office and Industrial Overview from […]

by Jodi Summers As we move forward into 2015, let’s celebrate five components that are contributing to a positive outlook for the Industrial Real Estate market. 1. The Obama administration’s efforts to help the auto industry recover. “They kept the UAW alive and lowered their costs,” praises Michael Brennan, chairman and managing principal of Brennan […]

Edited by Jodi Summers What’s old is new again. The Expo line traces a historic route through Los Angeles. Although its tracks, signals, and power lines are all new, much of the light rail line’s right-of-way dates to 1875, when the first rail link between downtown L.A. and the Westside opened and gave birth to […]