Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Summer/Fall 2014: Expectations Surge in Los Angeles Commercial Real Estate Market

After lagging behind for a few years, it appears Los Angeles commercial real estate is catching up to the Bay Area. Specifically in downtown LA and the Inland Empire. California's developers are seeing strong growth across all areas: office, industrial, and multifamily housing. How did Los Angeles finally catch up?

Lost industries of oil, banks, and aerospace replaced with entertainment and tech.

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After lagging behind for a few years, it appears Los Angeles commercial real estate is catching up to the Bay Area. Specifically in downtown LA and the Inland Empire. California's developers are seeing strong growth across all areas: office, industrial, and multifamily housing. How did Los Angeles finally catch up?

Lost industries of oil, banks, and aerospace replaced with entertainment and tech.

Downtown and Inland Empire strongest areas for development.

Industrial growth in Inland Empire due to cheap available land.

Download the 2014 Summer/Fall Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Commercial Real Estate Survey: www.allenmatkins.com/ucla See less -

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Topics:  City of Los Angeles, Commercial Leases, Commercial Real Estate Market, Inland Empire, Real Estate Development, Real Estate Investments, Real Estate Market

Published In: Commercial Real Estate Updates

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