From SoCal Real Estate’s December 2018 issue: By Andy Feth, project executive, C.W. Driver Companies According to the New Buildings Institute, there are currently 67 zero-net-energy–verified and 415 zero-net-energy–emerging projects
From SoCal Real Estate’s November 2018 issue: By Michael Dorsey, SVP, partner, Kidder Mathews The recent legalization of both medical and recreational marijuana in California, among other states, has created
From SoCal Real Estate’s October 2018 issue: By David Obitz, principal, KTGY Architecture + Planning When I joined KTGY Architecture + Planning in 2003, the firm was already working on
From SoCal Real Estate’s September 2018 issue: By John Combs, founder and principal, RiverRock Real Estate Group I recently appeared at a conference with Donahue Schriber CEO Pat Donahue. He
From SoCal Real Estate’s August 2018 issue American billionaire Sam Zell was his typically blunt self when he spoke at the recent NYU’s Schack Institute of Real Estate’s REIT Symposium.
While commonly lumped together, each of the metros in Southern California has its own distinctive flair and ensuing fundamentals that drive its local economy and commercial real estate markets. Though all of these markets will rise and fall with the tides of the overall U.S. economy and its housing markets, each SoCal metro’s relative performance can vary.