Today's shopping centers are often used as a community gathering place, but tenants and property owners walk a fine line in their efforts to maintain profits while ensuring they cater to the residents of the local community.
Location and the physical space are only part of the battle when it comes to companies like Amazon selecting the next address for a major headquarters project.
In-line retailers aren't the only ones that have been impacted by technology and changing shopping habits in the past decade. Here's a look back at the evolution of specialty leasing during this pivotal period.
Walking up to the coliving community Node L.A. Sunset in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Echo Park could feel like walking into a place designed for an Instagram post.
Whizin Market Square in Agoura Hills is a well-known shopping center, but it’s more than just that. The city’s oldest retail venue has been around for decades, longer than the city itself.
Alice Myers, Managing Director in the Property Services division, was named "2018 Member of the Year" by the the Building Owners and Managers Association of Greater Los Angeles, in recognition of her commitment to the organization and its mission.
Commercial real estate agent Kyle Fishburn has joined Beverly Hills-based real estate company Kennedy Wilson Property Services as a senior associate in the Los Angeles office of the brokerage division.
Beyond The Bio: 16 Questions With Kennedy Wilson Brokerage Senior Vice President Christine Deschaine
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In an exclusive podcast interview, Kennedy Wilson VP of Brokerage Justin Weiss outlines the unique factors that have accelerated mixed-use development in downtown Los Angeles and describes what to expect as the submarket's boom continues.
The New Closers: Why Kennedy Wilson’s Property Services Vice President Of Brokerage Justin Weiss Is One To Watch
Justin Weiss has a unique way of doing business — or, some might say, not doing business.