Homeless Shelter Landlord’s Record Includes Money Laundering; Capital & Main Meets Irvine Ranch; Paseo for LA Plaza; Astani’s Big Vision

The landlord in line to receive what looks to be an inexplicably favorable lease rate for a portion of a property the City of Los Angeles plans to convert into a homeless shelter paid more than $500,000 to settle prior money laundering charges, according to federal, state and city documents and reports. State documents indicate Moiz Kaboud is chief executive of B.F.P.Z. LLC, the entity identified as the landlord of the building in the city’s lease agreement for about 17,900 square feet of space at the warehouse at 1426 S. Paloma Street, on Downtown’s industrial edge. Documents indicate a Maurice…

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