Southern California Construction Update: Office

Southern California Construction Update: Office

Employment in office-occupying sectors often drives demand for office space. Employment in tech and related industries is driving demand and rental growth in Los Angeles and Orange County, while healthcare is spurring the Inland Empire and Ventura County. 

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NAI Capital Represents The Dudes' Brewing Company in the Acquisition of a Fourth Tasting Room

The Santa Clarita location is the fourth tasting room for The Dudes' Brewing Co.

Last month, The Dudes’ Brewing Company opened their fourth tasting room at Westfield’s Valencia Town Center.  The Dudes' Brewing Company was represented by Kim Simons and Ken Simons from our Westlake Office. Kim and Ken have been representing retail tenants in Southern California for over 25 years.

Ken Simons at the recently opened tasting room in Santa Clarita. 

Located at 24250 Town Center Drive in Santa Clarita, the 4,700 square foot facility provides 24 unique brews every day, ensuring that there is something for everyone from the casual beer drinker to the craft beer aficionado. Everything from the seating arrangements to the the rotating pizza menu is designed to invite patrons to relax and enjoy a unique brew. Communal tables provide a venue for a casual hang out or even hosting a large group. The location features vintage video and arcade games, televisions for watching sports and  pizza remniscent of Northern Italy.

The Dudes’ Brewing Company is a family owned and operated craft brewery founded in 2013 and headquartered in Los Angeles.  The Brewery is located in Torrance, California.  Other tasting rooms are spread across Southern California in Huntington Beach and Thousand Oaks.  Tasting Rooms in Hollywood and Santa Monica will be coming soon.

 

Beyond Traditional Economics: Office Values being “Repriced,” by R. Scott Martin, SIOR, Executive Vice President

Beyond Traditional Economics: Office Values being “Repriced,” by R. Scott Martin, SIOR, Executive Vice President

In my opinion, “repricing” has been a trickledown effect in real estate, starting with private equity and institutional monies, which can be seen in recent purchases of major commercial office properties.

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