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Griffin-American Healthcare REIT IV Inc. in Irvine bought two medical office buildings, one each in Michigan and Alabama, for a combined $25 million.
The California Energy Efficiency Industry Council named Newport Beach-based Irvine Company one of three Energy Champions for 2016.
The Irvine Company named Chad Bustos senior vice president of sales and marketing for its resort properties, a new title.
Sandy Bond is Cal State University-Fullerton’s new director of its Real Estate and Land Use Institute, the university said.
The Orange County Register’s headquarters will move to Anaheim next March.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange has received the President’s Award from the Orange County Chapter of the American Institute for Architects for its work on Christ Cathedral in Garden Grove.
Brandon Birtcher is no longer the chief executive of Irvine-based Goodman Birtcher, according to the industrial developer’s Australian parent company.
Santa Ana-based First American Financial Corp. is under contract to buy a New Jersey-based title insurance and real estate research firm on undisclosed terms.
Infinity Realty Advisors in Los Angeles said a client bought the 306-room Hilton Irvine/Orange County Airport.
Foothill Ranch-based loanDepot.com LLC has received $150 million in term debt financing.
Shaheen Sadeghi of Costa Mesa-based LAB Holding LLC got the green light from the Long Beach City Council to turn city-owned property in the north part of the town into a “small-business friendly” retail center.
The number of hotels sold in the first half of 2016 increased 27% but total dollar value of those sales fell 83%, a report by Atlas Hospitality Group said.
CareTrust REIT Inc. in San Clemente invested $2.2 million in a company that’s developing a new healthcare facility CareTrust plans to own.
Minneapolis-based Target Corp. selected Irvine Company’s University Center near University of California-Irvine as one of four college campus locations where it will open a “flexible-format” store. It will be the first such store in Orange County.
Irvine will become the latest U.S. market to feature Google Inc.’s new super-speedy Internet service for businesses and residents—with a caveat: The Mountain View-based tech giant initially is rolling out the service only to select Irvine Co. properties, the companies said today.