Hannah Madans

Reporter (Real Estate)

Real estate reporter Hannah Madans can be reached at hmadans@hbshtjfgs.com.

Email: hmadans@hbshtjfgs.com
Phone: 323-549-5225

Recent Stories

More Than $300 Million in Mortgage Loans Set for 2 Properties

The THEA at Metropolis and L’Ermitage Beverly Hills have received more than $300 million in first mortgage loans.

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Sale Leasebacks Expected to Become Increasingly Popular

After seeing increased popularity in the third quarter, sale leaseback deals seem poised for strong growth in the months ahead.

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TenantBase Looks to Ease Office Leasing Process With Digital Platform

Santa Monica-based commercial real estate platform TenantBase Inc. is growing through new partnerships and expanding into new markets.

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Safco Capital Acquires West LA Office Building for $12 Million

A three-story office building in West Los Angeles known as Camden Gardens has sold for nearly $12 million.

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Long Beach Apartment Buildings Sell for $14 Million

A portfolio of seven apartment buildings with a combined 60 units has sold in Long Beach for $14 million.

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Northwestern Mutual Pays $166 Million for Santa Monica Office Campus

Office sales may have slowed during the Covid-19 pandemic, but some big transactions are still taking place.

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Multifamily Portfolio Sells for $142 Million

Raintree Partners has purchased a multifamily portfolio for $142 million from an unnamed private seller.

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Retail Real Estate Market Shows Some Life After Months of Struggle

Covid-19 has affected the retail environment, with a rapid shift to ecommerce reshaping the shopping experience for businesses and consumers.

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Koreatown Multifamily Site Sells for $10 Million

Manhattan 20 has acquired a multifamily property in Koreatown for $10.3 million from La Palma Professional Center, which can be traced to Koreatown-based Jamison.

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Lundquist Institute Approved to Create Biotech Park Near Torrance

The Lundquist Institute’s proposal for a 15-acre biotech park near Torrance has been approved by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.

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