Commercial Observer Expands Coverage To Los Angeles
Commercial Observer announces today it has expanded its coverage to include the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area.
The New York-based publication will bring the same exclusive, in-depth reporting of all aspects of the commercial real estate industry to Los Angeles including leasing, finance, investment sales and design and construction news. Coverage of the L.A. market will feature a mix of transactional news, professional profiles, industry insights and bylined articles written by local commercial real estate professionals.
“By expanding its coverage nationally to Los Angeles, Commercial Observer is following the needs of its readers and clients,” said James Karklins, president of Commercial Observer. “Commercial Observer produces best-in-class reporting of the commercial real estate industry, providing a platform that allows companies the opportunity to speak directly to their target audiences–including lenders, owners, brokers and other professional services firms servicing the industry–wherever they are.”
In addition to its breaking news coverage online, Commercial Observer has launched a weekly Los Angeles e-newsletter, Los Angeles Weekly Pulse, that will deliver regional and national commercial real estate market news directly to more than 10,000 industry professionals across the region.
Commercial Observer will also launch signature editorial features focused on greater Los Angeles, including its in-depth Power Player profiles, Sit Down interviews with the top names in the industry, its famed Power List, and will expand its events platform, which produces approximately 20 events each year focusing on the latest leasing, finance and construction trends.
Alison Stateman will serve as Commercial Observer’s Los Angeles-based reporter; the company plans to hire additional resources in the region over the coming months. Story tips and exclusives may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Any truly national player in real estate must pay attention to Los Angeles. What’s going on there, who the important people are, what the trends are, and who’s doing what,” added Max Gross, Editor In Chief of Commercial Observer. “And every real estate professional we’ve spoken to in L.A. has expressed an incredible hunger for news. We plan on being a critical resource in that market.”
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