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Avison Young Completes Medical Office Lease With USC in Arcadia
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Avison Young Completes Medical Office Lease With USC in Arcadia

Avison Young, the world’s fastest-growing commercial real estate services firm, announced that it has negotiated a 10-year, 33,000-square-foot (sf) medical office lease with the University of Southern California (USC) on behalf of the building’s owners in Arcadia, CA. The two newly constructed buildings are located at 125 West Huntington Drive, and this lease brings the 40,000-sf property to full occupancy….

It’s Time to Ready, Sweat, Go
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It’s Time to Ready, Sweat, Go

By Emily G. Peters Physical fitness isn’t just about what your muscles and bones can sustain. It’s mental game, and one that owner Vanessa Sandoval at Ready Sweat Go Pilates studio is helping others master. “What I loved about Pilates was how it made me feel,” said Sandoval, who was introduced to the practice by…

Rosita’s Studio Brings Art to Your Doorstep
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Rosita’s Studio Brings Art to Your Doorstep

By Emily G. Peters Owner of Rosita’s Studio, Ellie Rae Hoffman’s first memories of art revolve around her grandmother, for whom her traveling art studio is named. “My grandma was a ceramicist and a sculptor,” said Hoffman, who created Rosita’s Studio in 2017. “I have very fond memories of sculpting, drawing, and painting with her…

Arcadia Association of Realtors: Strong Wages and Steady Home Prices Buoy California Housing Affordability
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Arcadia Association of Realtors: Strong Wages and Steady Home Prices Buoy California Housing Affordability

Higher wages and lower seasonal home prices combined to push California’s housing affordability higher in the first quarter of 2018, compared to the previous quarter, the Arcadia Association of Realtors said today. The percentage of home buyers who could afford to purchase a median-priced, existing single-family home in California in the first-quarter of 2018 edged…

DIY Finds a Home at Craft Sierra Madre
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DIY Finds a Home at Craft Sierra Madre

By Emily G. Peters The advent of Pinterest in 2008 marked a turning point in DIY (do-it-yourself) projects. Making items by hand became fashionable as well as practical, with burlap and mason jars enjoying a whole new renaissance. But not every aspiring crafter can get by solely on an internet tutorial—and that’s where Craft Sierra…

Air-Tech Heating and Air Conditioning
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Air-Tech Heating and Air Conditioning

By Emily G. Peters Don’t be fooled by the recent mild weather in the Southland. In an area that’s barely emerging from one of its worst historical droughts, Air-Tech Heating and Air Conditioning has one message: let’s get your home or business summer-ready. Before starting Air-Tech Heating and Air Conditioning in 1988, founder Larry Rodriguez…

Trust over Trends: Finding Fashion at Elisa B.
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Trust over Trends: Finding Fashion at Elisa B.

By Emily G. Peters Fashion boutique owner Elisa Bruley is a woman on the move. Fresh from a buying jaunt to Italy, last weekend she headed off to Coachella for a weekend with the reigning Queen Bey. That same spirit of variation is evident in her shop, Elisa B.—serving looks that could be worn everywhere…

New Culinary Experiences Are Brewing at Bone Kettle
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New Culinary Experiences Are Brewing at Bone Kettle

By Emily G. Peters In a 132-year old city with restaurant loyalty that runs just as deep, it takes a special restaurant in Pasadena to offer something to get the locals going. Bone Kettle’s pumped-up Indonesian cuisine has done just that. “Bone Kettle came on the heels of our first business’s success,” said executive chef,…

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