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Anaheim’s Planning Commission on Monday approved plans for a 580-room hotel at the corner of Harbor Boulevard and Disney Way, which sends the proposal to the city council to consider on May 17.
Western State College of Law has moved from Fullerton to Irvine, leasing space at 1 Banting in Irvine, part of a two-building California State University-Fullerton Irvine campus in the Irvine Spectrum.
Orange County added 8,800 jobs in March to maintain a 4% unemployment rate.
Orange-based real estate appraisal company LRES acquired InsideValuation, a commercial and residential appraisal company in Reno, Nevada, on undisclosed terms.
House of Blues Anaheim owner Live Nation Entertainment Inc. lists a May 31 closing date for the Downtown Disney venue in a filing with the California Employment Department.
Irvine-based CoreLogic Inc. said James Balas is its new Chief Financial Officer.
St. Regis Monarch Beach in Dana Point will drop its “flag” and change its name to Monarch Beach Resort on June 1.
William Lyon Homes has announced a series of executive management changes to the Newport Beach-based homebuilder, including a new role for the company’s namesake and founder, General William Lyon, as well as a new stand-alone chief executive.
REAL ESTATE: For-sale project in IBC also on developer’s agenda
Real estate investor and developer Greenlaw Partners is pushing ahead with plans to build more than 900 apartments and for-sale homes and a hotel in separate projects on land it owns in Orange and Irvine.
REAL ESTATE: 423,000 SF of space across from Park Place
LBA Realty Inc. has disclosed more details, plus early-stage renderings, of the mixed-use campus it’s targeting for a 9.4-acre site at the intersection of Jamboree Road and Michelson Drive in Irvine.
REAL ESTATE: 15-year leaseback planned for office
The Irvine office of real estate developer and investor Hines Interests LP has made its first purchase in the city of Orange, picking up the office campus of Volt Information Sciences Inc.
Expert Says Chinese Pullback Not Seen Here
Foreign investment in U.S. real estate is hitting the pause button, according to a report by the National Association of Realtors, and the pullback is most evident among Chinese buyers affected by China’s slowing economic growth, currency devaluation and tightened restrictions on capital outflows. Other reasons the report cites include a stronger U.S. dollar and rising home prices.
Sales and leases of offices, industrial buildings, retail space and apartments
The E-Land Co. sold a creative-office building in Irvine to the Parviz Ramezani Trust for $1.9 million, or about $375 per square foot.
New Home Co. Uses Land Banker for Marywood Buy
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange has completed the sale of its former administrative headquarters in Orange, which is slated to be turned into a residential development by Aliso Viejo-based New Home Co.
Tech Coast Angels of Orange County held its inaugural Celebration of Entrepreneurship on March 10, when San Juan Capistrano-based Globe Chat took the overall prize in the Fast Pitch competition.