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11.03.2016

Santa Monica Office Rebound

Century City real estate investor Artisan Partners is set to close on the $400 million acquisition of the Lantana office complex in Santa Monica early next month, the latest in a series of transactions signaling a sharp turnaround for a market that has flagged of late.

11.03.2016

Lincoln Property and Steve Riboli plan to develop a 920-unit project in Chinatown

Lincoln Property Company and Steve Riboli are planning to develop a 920-unit mixed-use complex in Chinatown, The Real Deal has learned.

11.03.2016

38-Acre Creative Office Campus to Rise in Tustin

Next year, Lincoln Property Company (LPC) plans to break ground on Flight, a 38-acre campus that is being marketed as the first ground-up creative office development in Orange County. Alcion Ventures of Boston is partnering on the development.

10.25.2016

Angelo, Gordon & Co and Lincoln Property to buy two LNR Warner Center buildings for $150M

Angelo, Gordon & Company and Lincoln Property Company are in contract to buy two buildings in the LNR Warner Center for $150 million, or about $295 per square foot, The Real Deal has learned.

10.19.2016

Best Projects Winners Announced for California

IMAX West Coast Headquarters in Playa Vista receives the Award of Merit for Office/Retail/Mixed Use in Southern California. (Submitted by Webcor Builders)

09.09.2016

Fresh Renderings for 100 West Walnut

Mixed-use development slated for parking lots surrounding Parsons office complex. Plans to redevelop the surface parking lots surrounding the Parsons Corporation’s Pasadena headquarters have taken another step forward.

09.09.2016

A Look Inside The New, Futuristic Shopping Area in DTLA

When you are strolling DTLA’s Arts District you can’t help but notice the Michael Maltzan-designed, quarter of a mile-long, mixed-use behemoth along Santa Fe between 1st and 4th—One Santa Fe. It’s a stark white building punctuated by bright pops of orange, and it looks like the kind of place Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger might be try to break out of (c’mon, that was a GOOD movie). My favorite part? The shopping and eating part of “mixed-use” dubbed The Yards, which continues to grow underneath the 438 apartments. Here’s some of what they have going on.

08.30.2016

Bisnow Honors Los Angeles Power Women: Part 8

Bisnow‘s Los Angeles Power Women recognizes 50 influential players in the industry. Lincoln Property Company’s Ginger Dunbar began her career in the industry as an accounting clerk. What she loves the most now are all the different people she gets to work with.

08.22.2016

Leading Chefs to Curate Eight New Establishments in Trade – Irvine’s First Food Hall

Lincoln Property Company and Alcion Ventures have signed leases with eight chef-driven tenants for Trade Food Hall, slated to open this fall following $5 million in renovations.

08.16.2016

Decking Out the Desmond

Constructed a century ago, the industrial structure that occupies the corner of 11th and Hope streets in downtown Los Angeles paid homage to the exciting new role that automobiles were playing in the local economy. Today that structure, the Desmond building, is playing a very similar role in downtown L.A.’s newly energized commercial scene thanks to an inventive renovation that included a seismic retrofit.

08.01.2016

Douglas Elliman Makes a Grand Entrance Onto the L.A. Scene with its Patrick Tighe-Designed Office

No doubt about it. Douglas Elliman Real Estate is a big deal, with $22 billion in sales in 2015 alone. So the company’s first Los Angeles office had to be, well, a big deal. And who better to make it one than Patrick Tighe. Not only is his portfolio chock-full of the high-caliber residences that are Douglas Elliman’s stock in trade, but he also has expertise in commercial projects. As for a big-deal location, Beverly Hills was sine qua non.

07.20.2016

Restaurant Space Coming to Wedbush Center

According to a document from the Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council, a major upgrade is planned for a prominent tower in the Financial District.

06.27.2016

AwesomenessTV signs 90K sf lease at Santa Monica’s Pen Factory

AwesomenessTV, the teen-targeted video streaming company — majority owned by DreamWorks Animation — is putting down roots in Silicon Beach

06.23.2016

Irvine is About to Get a Cool New Food Hall

Irvine is known for its chain restaurants, a good UC school, clean wide highways and planned housing communities. But a new food hall called Trade, scheduled to open later this summer, may turn the city into a real food destination.

06.20.2016

Hooman Nissani buys 8.5 acres in Playa Vista for $83M, plans massive mixed-use project

The master-planned walkable community of Playa Vista is about to get a whole lot of cars — and possibly a hotel or residential tower.

06.06.2016

Done Deal: Google has Leased the Massive Spruce Goose Hangar in Playa Vista

In 2014, Google spent almost $120 million on 12 acres of land adjacent to the “Spruce Goose” hangar in Playa Vista, where Howard Hughes built his famous airplane.

05.20.2016

San Diego Union-Tribune Back Downtown at 600 B Street

Newspaper returns to its roots after 43 years in Mission Valley

05.20.2016

Bisnow‘s 3rd Annual Orange County Evolution of Office Series

Bisnow‘s Annual Orange County Evolution of Office Series hosted at Radius in Tustin among 200 attendees and an all-star panelist including Sr. Vice President Kevin Hayes at Lincoln Property Company.

05.16.2016

Renderings For FLIGHT At Tustin Legacy Unveiled

A huge new project is slated for Tustin, and Bisnow recently caught up with Lincoln Property Co EVP Kevin Hayes to find out more. Kevin will be one of the all-star panelists at Bisnow‘s Annual Orange County Evolution of Office Series event tomorrow at Radius in Tustin.

05.02.2016

Pen Factory In Santa Monica Charges Ahead

Lincoln Property Company and Clarion Partners are joining forces to convert an old Papermate Co. manufacturing facility in Santa Monica into creative offices known as the Pen Factory (Olympic Boulevard and 26th Street).

04.08.2016

Lincoln Adds Small Offices to Mix of Tustin Campus

A batch of small for-lease buildings are being added to the mix at the Tustin Legacy development, Orange County’s first ground up creative-office campus. The Irvine office of Lincoln Property Company last week unveiled an updated development plan for Flight, the office project planned for a 38.7-acre portion of the city’s former Marine base. The first phase of construction at Flight, running about 18.7 acres at the intersection of Barranca Parkway and Armstrong Avenue, will hold close to 400,000 square feet of office space, plus a 12,000 SF food hall.

04.08.2016

How FLIGHT Reflects Changes in Office Use

FLIGHT at Tustin Legacy brings the outdoors in, offers a multitude of quality food options and an authentic take on fitness and conferencing, Lincoln Property Co.’s EVP Kevin Hayes tells GlobeSt.com. The firm is planning to develop the 870,000-square-foot, mixed-use campus, formerly known as Cornerstone I at Tustin Legacy, woven through 38.74 acres in the Airport office market at the intersection of Barranca Pkwy. and Armstrong Ave.

04.01.2016

Lincoln Property Co. Takes FLIGHT at Tustin Legacy

Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co. is moving forward on FLIGHT, an 870,000-square-foot distinctive work community at Tustin Legacy, in the heart of Orange County. The mixed-use development is woven through 38.74-acres, and includes eight hangar-inspired buildings ranging from one to four stories.

03.21.2016

Third Street Promenade’s $7 Million Food Court Overhaul Is Finally Complete

The formerly dingy fast food hall situated right in the middle of the pedestrian-friendly Third Street Promenade is finally back up from its eight-month overhaul. Once a highly trafficked place in touristy Santa Monica for cheap eats like Subway, McDonald’s, and a Chinese takeout stand, the redone hall is now gleaming with two stories of potential.

03.10.2016

Lincoln to Buy 915 Wilshire Back From Brickman For Just Under $130M

Nine years after Dallas-based Lincoln Property Company sold a Downtown Los Angeles office building to New York’s Brickman Associates, the firm is buying the property back — for $13 million more.

03.01.2016

ULI-LA’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2016: Historic Urban Transformation of LA’s Downtown

To explore the transformation of Downtown LA and continuing caution of lenders, TPR presents excerpts from ULI-LA’ s Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2016. The panel features David Sonnenblick, principal at Sonnenblick-Eichner Company, David Binswanger, executive vice president at Lincoln Property Company; Wayne Brandt, managing director at Wells Fargo Bank; Marcia Diaz, managing director at Prudential; and Mary Ann King, president and managing partner at Moran & Company.

02.20.2016

Why would Whole Foods’ new market make Los Alamitos think of moving City Hall?

While this bedroom community might not seem like a hipster hangout, Los Alamitos is slated to become the first city in Orange County to boast a 365 by Whole Foods Market – the upscale grocer’s “new concept” chain that will feature lower prices to lure young adults.

02.20.2016

Whole Foods Market announces new location in Los Alamitos

The City of Los Alamitos has been trying for years to sell the vacant property west of its civic center. The property’s size is a major stumbling block — it isn’t quite big enough for a solid retail development. But add the civic center property and the deal becomes possible. The most recent developer interested in the property is Lincoln Property Company (LPC), headquartered in Dallas, Texas. The agenda for last November’s City Council meeting lists closed-session property negotation with LPC.

02.11.2016

Behind The Deal: The $475M Sale Of Runway Playa Vista

Invesco Real Estate beat out several other firms to land Runway Playa Vista in a $475M sale that adds to its growing presence in the burgeoning community. The purchase from Lincoln Property, Phoenix Property and Alcion Ventures was years in the making. We caught up with Lincoln Property for an inside look.

02.10.2016

Riding Rail

The Martin Automotive Group has long offered prospective car buyers rows of Cadillacs and GMCs on its five-acre lot on Olympic Boulevard in West Los Angeles.

02.10.2016

A Tech Hub Rises in Playa Vista

A mixed-use project envisioned as Playa Vista’s downtown has been sold to a Dallas investment firm for a reported $475 million, cementing the master-planned community’s rise as a residential neighborhood and technology hub.

02.09.2016

Gemdale and Lincoln Property Company Join Forces for San Jose Office Development in their Second Joint Venture

Gemdale Properties and Investments (“GPI”, 535.HK), an affiliate of Gemdale Corporation (600383.SH) which is one of China’s largest and leading real estate developers, today announced their formation of a second joint venture with Lincoln Property Company to develop Midpoint @ 237, an infill Class A office project in North San Jose, CA.

02.04.2016

Clarion Partners buys Hollywood Media Campus for $61.3M

New York’s Clarion Partners just bought the historic Eastman Kodak site in Hollywood from Lincoln Property Co. for $61.3 million in an off-market deal, The Real Deal has exclusively learned. Clarion paid almost $600 a square foot for the campus Lincoln redeveloped, a price which sources say is roughly on par with recent sales in the increasingly attractive office market.

02.02.2016

AEG buys the Desmond in DTLA for $48.5M

The sports and entertainment company AEG bought the Desmond, the Downtown building it had been leasing from Lincoln Property Co., for $48.5 million, The Real Deal has learned.

01.21.2016

LABJ The List – CRE Developers

Lincoln Property Company ranks #4 on the Los Angeles Business Journal’s “The List” Commercial Real Estate Developers.