Snap Inc.

By Roger Vincent and Paresh Dave

The company behind popular mobile chat app Snapchat has decided to take a large amount of office space near Santa Monica Airport as it continues to expand rapidly.

Snap Inc. has leased about 300,000 square feet at Santa Monica Business Park, according to Westside real estate experts who know about the agreement but aren’t authorized to speak publicly.

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A signature financial instrument of the pre-financial crisis real estate boom is about to come due. And for some large real estate owners – particularly in the Midwest and Southeast – that could mean trouble.

More than $53 billion out of $156 billion worth of securitized commercial mortgages that are set to mature in the next two years may find difficulty refinancing or require more investor capital, according to data compiled by Real Capital Analytics.

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Hal’s Owner Don Novak On The Future Of His Restaurant |

Novak remembers when Hal’s really took off.

“They were filming the movie ‘Taps’ and Gregory Hines was in here four times a week. He would walk in here with Sammy Davis Jr., Aretha Franklin, and five other big  stars from the movie. They took out the tables, they put on music, and they danced in the middle of the room for 20 minutes. Nobody had a cell phone, nobody had a camera, we were just like blown away. There’s a whole batch of stories of people who come in and love Hal’s.”  Read More…

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