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The developer of the Great Park Neighborhoods in Irvine has gotten city approval to build another 4,606 homes at the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station.
REAL ESTATE: $19.9M cash for 68,425 square feet near JWA
China’s entry in the market of commercial jet manufacturing has bought one of the better-known offices in the Koll Center Newport Beach business park.
HEALTHCARE: Lease deal to add 150,000 SF to presence at Spectrum
Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian plans a major expansion of its operations in Irvine after inking a lease for a new medical office complex that will be built along Sand Canyon Avenue.
OC INSIDER Column by Jerry Sullivan
Feng Shui, 1920s History, Modern Perks and More
LUXURY HOMES Column by Kim Haman
SF Building’s Sellers Said to Be Asking $121 Million
Newport Beach-based investor KBS Realty Advisors is nearing another blockbuster office purchase, this time in San Francisco.
REAL ESTATE WATCH: ORANGE COUNTY RETAIL MARKET
The Orange County retail market continued its momentum in the third quarter, recording the largest amount of positive absorption the market has produced all year: 214,418 square feet.
Action-Sports Brand Gets Creative With New HQ in Costa Mesa
Incense burns inside Element Skateboards Inc.’s new headquarters as Chief Executive Johnny Schil-lereff walks to a desk stacked amid a pile of rusted industrial containers.
REAL ESTATE: Builder establishes new division for high-end residential
Newport Beach-based homebuilder City Ventures Inc. has launched a luxury home division that will focus on some of the company’s premier land locations in California
Buyers Hope Rents Start to Jibe With Big Sales Spurt
Investors and tenant brokers appear to be of two different minds when gauging the health of Orange County’s office market heading into 2014.
REAL ESTATE: Plans makeover in Irvine with weather in mind
Irvine-based Bixby Land Co. is bringing its model for creative office space redevelopment closer to home.
Nearly 400 on Hand at Business Journal, CSUF Event
A crowd of more than 375 turned out for a Nov. 13 luncheon at the Hyatt Regency Irvine to laud five honorees as part of the 14th annual Family Owned Business awards hosted by the Business Journal and California State University, Fullerton’s Center for Family Business.
Other news items of interest from the Orange County Business Journal
Orange County’s office market remained steady in the third quarter, posting small gains in rental rates, vacancy and absorption.
The downward trend of Orange County industrial vacancy rates continued through the third quarter