The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim today opted out of their lease at Angel Stadium, where they have played home games since 1966.
Twenty Four Seven Hotels in Newport Beach will run three inland area hotels for Cerritos-based Soquel Rincon TPS LLC.
Sears Holdings Corp. plans to shutter its location at Costa Mesa’s South Coast Plaza as part of its just-announced Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
Los Angeles Chargers majority owner Alexander Gus Spanos died Tuesday morning. He was 95.
Mike Lutton, a fixture in the local commercial real estate industry for 30 years, has died; he was 62.
Tustin-based Foundation Building Materials Inc. (NYSE: FBM), a distributor of building products, said Thursday it will sell its mechanical insulation business to Dunes Point Capital LP of Rye, N.Y., for $122.5 million.
Willdan Group Inc. (Nasdaq: WLDN) got $17 million in contracts with Colorado school districts.
Montage Hotels & Resorts will manage Montage Big Sky in Montana when it opens in 2021. The resort getaway project broke ground Friday in a partnership of Montage parent Montage International in Irvine and CrossHarbor Capital Partners LLC in Boston.
An affiliate of Anaheim-based Marwaha Group Inc. paid $22.7 million for Hampton Inn Carlsbad in North San Diego County; the deal closed Aug. 31.
T2 Hospitality in Newport Beach bought a quarter-acre of downtown Denver land for $3.55 million, a block from a one-third-acre parcel for which it paid $10 million in 2015, a local news report said.
Anaheim City Council voted 7-0 Tuesday to end agreements with Disneyland Resort that would have given tax breaks in exchange for investment in the resort’s hotel and parks. Resort President Josh D’Amaro last week had asked the deals be terminated.
A letter from Disneyland Resort President Josh D’Amaro to Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait and the city council asking to end an agreement that would provide bed tax rebates from a planned luxury hotel shifts a debate in the city for several developers.
Walt Disney Co. has stopped work on its fourth hotel near Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, the company said.
Visit Anaheim said OC's two largest tradeshows by attendance—National Association of Music Merchants and Natural Products Expo West—have booked their slots at Anaheim Convention Center through 2023 and 2022, respectively.
Irvine-based Montage International’s luxe resort unit, Montage Hotels & Resorts, is the 14th-best resort brand in the world, according to readers of Travel & Leisure magazine.