Who’s Brokering Los Angeles: Reza Ghobadi

Reza Ghobadi, Senior Vice President Colliers Colliers International’s Ghobadi Multifamily Team sold the 45-unit apartment complex at 18414 Collins Street in Tarzana for $8.5 million. Situated in a prime location, the property is comprised of various sized units that together come to more than 27,000 square feet of rentable space on 43,560 square feet of […]

Who’s Brokering Los Angeles: Matthew Hargrove

Matthew Hargrove, Vice Chairman CBRE Matthew Hargrove is a vice chairman within CBRE’s Global Occupier Services Group. Hargrove, based in CBRE’s LA North region, currently leads one of CBRE’s largest Brokerage and Transaction Management platforms, which provides brokerage, transaction management, strategic advisory, and lease administration services. In 2019, Hargrove helped facilitate transaction totaling 6 million […]

San Diego neighborhoods at-risk of not being counted in 2020 Census

In San Diego and Imperial Counties, the majority of 2020 Census efforts are coordinated through the Count Me 2020 Coalition, led by the United Way of San Diego County, with support from SANDAG and the County of Imperial. Community leaders and representing more than 150 nonprofits and municipalities who are members of the non-partisan Count Me […]

Video captures widespread view of illegal fireworks across Southern California on Fourth of July

The sky across Southern California was illuminated with fireworks as the region celebrated the Fourth of July. Although fireworks are illegal in the city of Los Angeles and all firework displays are banned in L.A. County this year, that didn’t stop residents on Saturday night. With most professional firework shows canceled this year, many took […]

Los Angeles Council tackles “driving while Black”

The Los Angeles Police Department could be removed from enforcing traffic rules under a new proposal that addresses one of the most problematic and racially charged elements of police interaction with people of color — traffic stops. Los Angeles Councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Mike Bonin, Curren Price, and Herb Wesson proposed that the city consider replacing […]

San Diego neighborhoods at-risk of not being counted in 2020 Census

In San Diego and Imperial Counties, the majority of 2020 Census efforts are coordinated through the Count Me 2020 Coalition, led by the United Way of San Diego County, with support from SANDAG and the County of Imperial. Community leaders and representing more than 150 nonprofits and municipalities who are members of the non-partisan Count Me […]

Video captures widespread view of illegal fireworks across Southern California on Fourth of July

The sky across Southern California was illuminated with fireworks as the region celebrated the Fourth of July. Although fireworks are illegal in the city of Los Angeles and all firework displays are banned in L.A. County this year, that didn’t stop residents on Saturday night. With most professional firework shows canceled this year, many took […]

Los Angeles Council tackles “driving while Black”

The Los Angeles Police Department could be removed from enforcing traffic rules under a new proposal that addresses one of the most problematic and racially charged elements of police interaction with people of color — traffic stops. Los Angeles Councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Mike Bonin, Curren Price, and Herb Wesson proposed that the city consider replacing […]

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San Diego neighborhoods at-risk of not being counted in 2020 Census

In San Diego and Imperial Counties, the majority of 2020 Census efforts are coordinated through the Count Me 2020 Coalition, led by the United Way of San Diego County, with support from SANDAG and the County of Imperial. Community leaders and representing more than 150 nonprofits and municipalities who are members of the non-partisan Count Me […]

Video captures widespread view of illegal fireworks across Southern California on Fourth of July

The sky across Southern California was illuminated with fireworks as the region celebrated the Fourth of July. Although fireworks are illegal in the city of Los Angeles and all firework displays are banned in L.A. County this year, that didn’t stop residents on Saturday night. With most professional firework shows canceled this year, many took […]

Los Angeles Council tackles “driving while Black”

The Los Angeles Police Department could be removed from enforcing traffic rules under a new proposal that addresses one of the most problematic and racially charged elements of police interaction with people of color — traffic stops. Los Angeles Councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Mike Bonin, Curren Price, and Herb Wesson proposed that the city consider replacing […]

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San Diego neighborhoods at-risk of not being counted in 2020 Census

In San Diego and Imperial Counties, the majority of 2020 Census efforts are coordinated through the Count Me 2020 Coalition, led by the United Way of San Diego County, with support from SANDAG and the County of Imperial. Community leaders and representing more than 150 nonprofits and municipalities who are members of the non-partisan Count Me […]

Video captures widespread view of illegal fireworks across Southern California on Fourth of July

The sky across Southern California was illuminated with fireworks as the region celebrated the Fourth of July. Although fireworks are illegal in the city of Los Angeles and all firework displays are banned in L.A. County this year, that didn’t stop residents on Saturday night. With most professional firework shows canceled this year, many took […]

Los Angeles Council tackles “driving while Black”

The Los Angeles Police Department could be removed from enforcing traffic rules under a new proposal that addresses one of the most problematic and racially charged elements of police interaction with people of color — traffic stops. Los Angeles Councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Mike Bonin, Curren Price, and Herb Wesson proposed that the city consider replacing […]

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San Diego neighborhoods at-risk of not being counted in 2020 Census

In San Diego and Imperial Counties, the majority of 2020 Census efforts are coordinated through the Count Me 2020 Coalition, led by the United Way of San Diego County, with support from SANDAG and the County of Imperial. Community leaders and representing more than 150 nonprofits and municipalities who are members of the non-partisan Count Me […]

Video captures widespread view of illegal fireworks across Southern California on Fourth of July

The sky across Southern California was illuminated with fireworks as the region celebrated the Fourth of July. Although fireworks are illegal in the city of Los Angeles and all firework displays are banned in L.A. County this year, that didn’t stop residents on Saturday night. With most professional firework shows canceled this year, many took […]

Los Angeles Council tackles “driving while Black”

The Los Angeles Police Department could be removed from enforcing traffic rules under a new proposal that addresses one of the most problematic and racially charged elements of police interaction with people of color — traffic stops. Los Angeles Councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Mike Bonin, Curren Price, and Herb Wesson proposed that the city consider replacing […]

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San Diego neighborhoods at-risk of not being counted in 2020 Census

In San Diego and Imperial Counties, the majority of 2020 Census efforts are coordinated through the Count Me 2020 Coalition, led by the United Way of San Diego County, with support from SANDAG and the County of Imperial. Community leaders and representing more than 150 nonprofits and municipalities who are members of the non-partisan Count Me […]

Video captures widespread view of illegal fireworks across Southern California on Fourth of July

The sky across Southern California was illuminated with fireworks as the region celebrated the Fourth of July. Although fireworks are illegal in the city of Los Angeles and all firework displays are banned in L.A. County this year, that didn’t stop residents on Saturday night. With most professional firework shows canceled this year, many took […]

Los Angeles Council tackles “driving while Black”

The Los Angeles Police Department could be removed from enforcing traffic rules under a new proposal that addresses one of the most problematic and racially charged elements of police interaction with people of color — traffic stops. Los Angeles Councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Mike Bonin, Curren Price, and Herb Wesson proposed that the city consider replacing […]

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San Diego neighborhoods at-risk of not being counted in 2020 Census

In San Diego and Imperial Counties, the majority of 2020 Census efforts are coordinated through the Count Me 2020 Coalition, led by the United Way of San Diego County, with support from SANDAG and the County of Imperial. Community leaders and representing more than 150 nonprofits and municipalities who are members of the non-partisan Count Me […]

Video captures widespread view of illegal fireworks across Southern California on Fourth of July

The sky across Southern California was illuminated with fireworks as the region celebrated the Fourth of July. Although fireworks are illegal in the city of Los Angeles and all firework displays are banned in L.A. County this year, that didn’t stop residents on Saturday night. With most professional firework shows canceled this year, many took […]

Los Angeles Council tackles “driving while Black”

The Los Angeles Police Department could be removed from enforcing traffic rules under a new proposal that addresses one of the most problematic and racially charged elements of police interaction with people of color — traffic stops. Los Angeles Councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Mike Bonin, Curren Price, and Herb Wesson proposed that the city consider replacing […]

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San Diego neighborhoods at-risk of not being counted in 2020 Census

In San Diego and Imperial Counties, the majority of 2020 Census efforts are coordinated through the Count Me 2020 Coalition, led by the United Way of San Diego County, with support from SANDAG and the County of Imperial. Community leaders and representing more than 150 nonprofits and municipalities who are members of the non-partisan Count Me […]

Video captures widespread view of illegal fireworks across Southern California on Fourth of July

The sky across Southern California was illuminated with fireworks as the region celebrated the Fourth of July. Although fireworks are illegal in the city of Los Angeles and all firework displays are banned in L.A. County this year, that didn’t stop residents on Saturday night. With most professional firework shows canceled this year, many took […]

Los Angeles Council tackles “driving while Black”

The Los Angeles Police Department could be removed from enforcing traffic rules under a new proposal that addresses one of the most problematic and racially charged elements of police interaction with people of color — traffic stops. Los Angeles Councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Mike Bonin, Curren Price, and Herb Wesson proposed that the city consider replacing […]

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San Diego neighborhoods at-risk of not being counted in 2020 Census

In San Diego and Imperial Counties, the majority of 2020 Census efforts are coordinated through the Count Me 2020 Coalition, led by the United Way of San Diego County, with support from SANDAG and the County of Imperial. Community leaders and representing more than 150 nonprofits and municipalities who are members of the non-partisan Count Me […]

Video captures widespread view of illegal fireworks across Southern California on Fourth of July

The sky across Southern California was illuminated with fireworks as the region celebrated the Fourth of July. Although fireworks are illegal in the city of Los Angeles and all firework displays are banned in L.A. County this year, that didn’t stop residents on Saturday night. With most professional firework shows canceled this year, many took […]

Los Angeles Council tackles “driving while Black”

The Los Angeles Police Department could be removed from enforcing traffic rules under a new proposal that addresses one of the most problematic and racially charged elements of police interaction with people of color — traffic stops. Los Angeles Councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Mike Bonin, Curren Price, and Herb Wesson proposed that the city consider replacing […]