Welcome to Los Angeles
A Dedicated Group of Real Estate Professionals
Cassidy Turley is dedicated to providing clients with senior-level attention and best-in-class services through a nimble account team. Our Los Angeles office exemplifies this approach, led by 27-year veteran Jonathan Larsen, the office’s core is a team of real estate professionals with over 75 years of collective experience in providing clients with market leading real estate services. Cassidy Turley is growing in Los Angeles, and our team of local market experts is leveraging the firm’s robust platform to build a full-service office and become a major force in the Los Angeles commercial real estate market.
Cassidy Turley recently opened a new office in Woodland Hills, California to better serve clients in San Fernando Valley, Conejo Valley, and Ventura County. Read more »
A Full-Service Platform
Cassidy Turley’s professionals in Los Angeles have extensive advisory and transaction experience, meeting clients’ office, industrial and retail needs – including tenant representation, investment sales, project leasing, market analysis and strategic consulting. Our LA team provides commercial real estate services for national and international clients in the financial and professional services, entertainment/media, technology, not-for-profit and government sectors. Clients have access to Cassidy Turley’s national platform, which provides Project & Development Management Services, Corporate Services, Capital Markets, Sustainability Services, Property Management and industry-specific Practice Groups.
An International City
A center of industry, international trade, entertainment, culture, technology and education, the greater Los Angeles area is the second largest metro in the US in terms of both population and total employment, employing 4.5 million people in 2014. Its office market totals 159.3 SF million, making it the ninth largest in the nation, while its industrial warehouse market is the second largest in the country, totaling 569.9 million SF. As of 2012, the region had a Gross Metropolitan Product in excess of $765 billion, second largest in the U.S. and making its economy slightly larger than that of Saudi Arabia.
Sources: Cassidy National report and Bureau of Labor Statistics