January 12, 2016 – Los Angeles Times, by Sam Farmer and Nathan Fenno For more than two decades, billionaire developers, corporate titans, Hollywood power-brokers and four Los Angeles mayors tried and failed to bring the National Football League back to the nation’s second-largest market. The odyssey ended Tuesday. NFL owners voted 30-2 to allow the St.

Chronicle Calls Bay Meadows a Winner

Sunday, 18, October , 2015 by

John King, urban design critic and columnist with the San Francisco Chronicle visited Bay Meadows several times over the past few months. We eagerly anticipated his commentary on our burgeoning urban village. The Chronicle published a cover story from King recently calling Bay Meadows a “winner.” Below is a reprint of the column: At old racetrack

Social media leader signs lease to occupy most of South Lake Union project Seattle – (February 24, 2015) – Stockbridge Capital Group and Capstone Partners, developers of Dexter Station in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood, officially welcomed Facebook Inc. to the newly constructed 10-story building. Facebook last week confirmed that it will lease 274,000 square feet

Expanded proposal adds 80,000-seat stadium and indoor performance venue to mixed-use district being developed in the heart of the City INGLEWOOD, CALIF. (January 5, 2015) – Hollywood Park Land Company today unveiled an expanded plan to develop 298 acres in the heart of Inglewood by adding a sports and entertainment district featuring a world-class stadium

LA Times – January 5, 2015. The owner of the St. Louis Rams plans to build an NFL stadium in Inglewood, which could pave the way for the league’s return to Los Angeles. Rams owner Stan Kroenke, who bought 60 acres adjacent to the Forum a year ago, has joined forces with the owners of the 238-acre Hollywood Park site, Stockbridge Capital Group.

Seattle’s newest skyscraper finally underway

Tuesday, 25, November , 2014 by

November 25, 2014 Josh Kerns, My Northwest.com After stalling for several years because of the economic downturn, work is underway on what will become one of Seattle’s tallest and most distinct downtown skyscrapers. In this week’s edition of “What are they building?”, we profile the 44-story Fifth + Columbia tower. The newest addition to the

Capacity Crowd Packs Opening of SLS Las Vegas

Tuesday, 26, August , 2014 by

Las Vegas Review Journal – August 23, 2014 Less than 30 minutes after opening to the public, the SLS Las Vegas was packed. Every table inside the Griddle Cafe was filled. There wasn’t an empty seat in the lobby’s Monkey Bar. A line snaked through the casino for customers waiting to sign up for “The

Construction under way at Hollywood Park

Friday, 18, July , 2014 by

INGLEWOOD, Calif. – June 16, 2014 – Construction is officially under way on the redevelopment of Hollywood Park, site of the storied former thoroughbred racetrack in Southern California. The first phase of construction includes preparation of the site and demolition of the racetrack and grandstands. Workers are beginning the required environmental remediation, grading and other

From The San Francisco Chronicle July 8, 2014- A proposed residential and commercial development on San Francisco’s Treasure Island has taken a step forward with a state appeals court ruling upholding the city’s favorable environmental review of the $1.5 billion project and rejecting opponents’ claims that it was vague about the design plan’s cleanup of

Yelp Occupies 140 New Montgomery

Tuesday, 10, September , 2013 by

From The Registry August 19, 2013 – Business-review Web site Yelp Inc. has optioned an additional three floors totaling approximately 36,000 square feet at 140 New Montgomery St. in San Francisco. It is the second expansion for the historic building’s anchor tenant and would bring its total occupancy to nearly 150,000 square feet on a dozen