construction hard hat

Reviewing the top construction trends in 2019. This year, the construction industry has integrated new technologies and ideas that have changed how most people look at construction.  Here are some of the major trends that have changed how construction projects are planned, designed, and executed. Green Construction As concern for the environment grows, so has…

myths

Debunking popular construction misconceptions. Many people are concerned about undertaking a commercial construction project because they buy into harmful and simply untrue misconceptions.  To ensure that you are prepared and actually excited for your project, here is the truth behind the most common construction myths. Myth: Contractors are Bad at Communication Many clients have the…

Increasing Popularity of Mixed-Use Properties

Explaining the growing trend towards mixed-use properties. In recent years, mixed-use developments have become a major force in the hospitality, residential, and commercial markets—and for good reason.  By mixing assets, property owners can offer their guests and residents greater value in the form of convenience and increased amenities. Additionally, it seems that mixed-use developments are…

Mixed-Use Developments: Design Considerations

Here are some of the things to think about when designing a mixed-use property. If you are looking to make a lucrative investment, then developing a mixed-use property is a great option.  However, when it comes to designing and organizing mixed-use spaces, some property owners run into trouble.  To ensure that your property is designed…

Redondo Beach's Shade Hotel Finishes Construction

This amazing hotel sits right on the shore’s edge and is placed between the bicycle strand and marina.  The long awaited Shade hotel, a luxury boutique hotel, completed its construction in early 2017. Developed by owner and restauranteur, Michael Zislis, Shade Hotels have opened their second location woven into the beach communities. The hotel sits right…

Legoland Construction: The Castle Hotel

If you played with LEGOs as a kid or even play with them now, a LEGO hotel sounds like the perfect resort for you to stay. Legoland’s first onsite hotel has been so successful that it has already started on a second one, complete with castle towers, and knight- and wizard- and princess-themed rooms and a lobby…

Projects on Which Lobbyists Are Spending the Most Money

From the Palladium Towers to soccer stadiums, these are the projects that are weighing down the pockets of lobbyists.  Lobbyists have enjoyed yet another year as a new report from the Los Angeles Ethics Commission shows that more than 400 lobbyists and lobbying firms registered with the city have brought in more than $13.5 million–and…

Bonnis Properties Purchases Foreman & Clark Building in L.A. for $52M

The historic Foreman & Clark at 7th and Hill was just sold for $52 million to a developer from Vancouver. A new Canadian player is coming to town. Bonnis Properties, a Vancouver-based company, has completed the acquisition of the historic Foreman & Clark building at 7th and Hill in Los Angeles for a mind-boggling $52…

Millennials Lead The Charge For More Housing It is no surprise that Silicon Valley is booming. The tech industry is only getting more and more lucrative and large, drawing an increasing number of people—particularly Millennials—to Silicon Valley, where tech giants like Apple and Google are offering high-paying jobs with full benefits that stretch beyond the…

Multi-Family Real Estate Bubble

Many people are worried that the multifamily real estate market may be heading towards a bubble. A bubble is an economic term that refers to the price of a commodity being inflated due to increased demand, rather than increased financial performance. Currently, the multifamily real estate industry is relying on major markets for development activity….

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