September 21, 2018

Escaping its tragic past, Koreatown embarks on a golden era

The stage is set for Koreatown to enter a golden era. Its reputation as a cultural hub has been growing. That reputation – built partly on karaoke bars and affordable Korean barbeque — has attracted a flood of redevelopment over the past six years. . >>> READ MORE 

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July 30 , 2018

Jaime Lee Named to LA500, LA’s Most-Influential in 2018

The third edition of LA 500 reflects a comprehensive process of research, reporting and discernment that examined a community of millions and found 500 people whose contributions to the community of business in Los Angeles County merit inclusion on this exclusive annual list. >>> READ MORE

June 18, 2018

Create Advertising Moving to 42,000 SF in Mid-Wilshire

Entertainment advertising agency Create Advertising Group has signed an 11-year lease for 42,000 square feet of office space at the Harbor Building at 4201 Wilshire Blvd in the Mid-Wilshire area.  Jamison Services Inc.  will build out the building’s sixth floor to suite Create Advertising’s needs, including private offices, meetings spaces and soundproof editing rooms. >>> READ MORE

May 17, 2018

Town Hall Chats:  Jaime Lee on Real Estate in LA

Town Hall Chats’ third episode sits down with one of Los Angeles’ most respected female CEOs, Jaime Lee, of Jamison Realty, to discuss real estate in LA, a work/life balance, and what it means to “have it all”.>>> WATCH VIDEO

March 8, 2018

Koreatown’s 72-Unit Maya Apartments is Jamison’s First Ground Up Development to Rise in Area

Jamison Properties continues to add to its Koreatown multifamily portfolio. After converting two commercial office buildings into multifamily communities, Jamison recently completed the company’s first ground-up apartment development in Koreatown.>>> READ MORE

April 7, 2017

Jaime Lee: The Thrill of the Deal 

Meet 32-year-old Jaime Lee, CEO of Jamison Realty, Inc. Lee represents one of the biggest under-the-radar realty companies in Los Angeles.  Founded 20 years ago by her father, Dr. David Lee, Jamison currently owns, manages, and leases about 18 million square feet of office, mixed-use, and multifamily properties in Los Angeles . >>> READ MORE


November 14, 2016

Peek inside newly converted 1920s Koreatown apartments, renting from $1,800

Called The Abby, it offers 110 units and a bocce ball court

The Abbey is ready and waiting for new residents. No, not that Abbey; we’re talking about a new adaptive reuse apartment project in Koreatown. >>> READ MORE


September 7, 2016

Jamison finds its way home

There are few in commercial real estate in Los Angeles who haven’t interacted in some way, shape or form with David Lee, the largest private office landlord in the county… >>> READ MORE


January 12, 2016

How to Profit From Rising Rents: Build Apartments

Average rents nationwide rose 4.6% in 2015, the biggest gain since before the recession.

After six years of rising apartment rents in U.S. cities, investors from all corners of the real-estate industry are piling into new projects in a bet that the boom still has a long way to run.. >>> READ MORE


September 28, 2015

Jamison Properties: L.A. Needs More Housing

LOS ANGELES—In this EXCLUSIVE Q&A, Jaime Lee of Jamison Properties talks about the company’s strategy and why it is getting into multifamily. >>> READ MORE


April 13, 2015

The New Face of Jamison Services, Inc

Not long ago, Jamison Services Inc. owned more L.A. office space than any other landlord. Stretching west from downtown along Wilshire Boulevard, its portfolio held millions of square feet in aging Class B buildings. >>> READ MORE