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Internet-based mortgage lender cloudvirga Inc. in Irvine raised $7.5 million in Series A funding, led by Calabasas-based Dallas Capital. Santa Monica venture capital firm Upfront Ventures and angel investment club Tribeca Angels in New York participated in the round.
Huntington Beach’s Pacific City shopping center has seen a change in ownership.
Oculus Architecture LTD has moved its headquarters to Costa Mesa from the Chicago suburb of Hickory Hills.
Walt Disney Co. in Burbank and affiliates of Hong Kong-based Wincome Group will divvy up $560 million in tax money to be reimbursed over 20 years for building three luxury hotels in Anaheim.
Cannabis Science Inc. moved its corporate headquarters to Irvine from Colorado Springs, Colo.
Concert Golf Partners in Newport Beach bought Crestview Country Club in Wichita, Kan., on undisclosed terms.
SCG America has been named to develop the Grove District Hotel Resort Development, a stalled 5-acre resort with up to 769 rooms and 39,000 square feet of meeting space in Garden Grove, a press release said.
Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park plans to buy 1.1 acres for $250,000 as part of a $5 million expansion of its Soak City water park by May 2017.
An affiliate of Irvine’s Pacific Hospitality Group is in deals for two AC Hotels—a 176-room property currently under construction at the Park Place mixed-use campus near John Wayne Airport and a recently opened location in Tempe, Ariz.—from Woodbine Development Corp. and USAA.
FivePoint Holdings in Aliso Viejo said it will sponsor the final concert series at Irvine Meadows Amphitheater and is also exploring building an amphitheater on the south end of the Orange County Great Park in Irvine.
Irvine-based developer Goodman Birtcher has bought a pair of massive distribution centers in Los Angeles County.
George and Julianne Argyros plan to give $2.5 million to a theater in Julia’s hometown of Adrian, Mich., according to a newspaper there.
Early take on Dan Young’s decision to step away from the Irvine Company: Donald Bren’s master plan continues to morph into something that increasingly looks like more of an operating company than a developer.
REAL ESTATE: Swift nabs 2 buildings next to Hyundai HQ
San Francisco-based real estate investor Swift Real Estate Partners has made its third acquisition in Orange County in as many years, getting a two-building office complex in Fountain Valley.
TECHNOLOGY: Education push includes augmented reality
Irvine-based software maker EON Reality Inc. hopes to keep its growth up by bringing virtual and augmented reality content to the masses through an aggressive international plan centered on education and awareness.