Mandri Capital Featured in the Los Angeles Business Journal

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Mandri Capital Founder and CEO, Max Friedman, spoke to LABJ reporter Hannah Madans about the genesis of the company and the current state of the commercial real estate market.

“We’ve closed across the major food groups. Where we’ve been busy and finding some traction lately has been in the creative office space, multifamily and apartments and specialty product types. Lately, that has meant creative office focused on the music and entertainment industry with some music studio and rehearsal space,” Friedman said.

The media and entertainment industry, he added, “felt the least headwind from the impacts of Covid.”

“It’s felt like the demand for that profile of product has maintained or even increased though the Covid headwinds,” he said.

For the full article, visit the LABJ.

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