News Articles from August 19 – 29

From the San Fernando Valley Business Journal:

Luxury Warner Center Apartments Sold

“The 298-unit Alta Warner Center at 6701 Eton Ave., which opened in November, was sold by Wood Partners of Atlanta, the original developer, according to Mike Murphy, director in the Irvine office of Moran & Co., which represented Wood Partners.”

From Grist:

Joel Kotkin thinks you want to live in Houston. Here’s why you don’t.

“According to a recent Pew survey, half of Americans prefer walkable urbanism to suburban sprawl.”

From JLL:

The loyal millennial: attracting and retaining the next generation of employees

“Three essentials for understanding the millennial employee, retaining the next workforce generation”

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