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LOS ANGELES—ReatlyMogul.com closes two equity transactions with 20.2% and 33.5% internal rates of return for investors.
LOS ANGELES—A publicly traded REIT buys a 149,000-square-foot grocery-anchored retail center in Santa Clarita, GlobeSt.com reports EXCLUSIVELY.
LOS ANGELES—The Long Beach Port is hard at work replacing the Gerald Desmond Bridge with a wider bridge that will improve traffic flow. It’s all part of their quest toward modernization.
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SAN DIEGO—Little Italy is a vibrant community in the heart of a scenic seaside location, providing tenants a tremendous amenity base, Gemini Rosemont’s Don Henry tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE story about a recent office buy.
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