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2-Building Office-Retail Space Nabs $734 PSF
A pair of office and retail buildings on East Coast Highway in Corona del Mar has traded hands at what’s been described as a record price for the area.
Foothill Ranch-based mortgage lender loanDepot Inc. has filed for an initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Peter and Susan Cooper have pledged $50 million to Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. for athletics and leadership projects, the school said.
OC Weekly has moved its office to TechSpace Costa Mesa at 3420 Bristol Street, a shift of about two miles that came after its lease for a larger space on Red Hill Avenue expired.
Fashion Island Sidles Up to South Coast Plaza; A+ for Irvine Spectrum
The Irvine Company’s efforts to ensure its retail properties remain relevant to today’s click-happy shoppers have gotten noticed—and not only by the locals who descend en masse to the Irvine Spectrum Center on weekends or the well-heeled tourists flocking to Fashion Island.
REAL ESTATE: Expects to set up similar corporate hub on East Coast
Irvine has gotten the nod over Westlake Village in the merger of Standard Pacific Corp. and Ryland Group Inc.
REAL ESTATE: Upgrade, possible addition to 3-building campus
The new owner of Emulex Corp.’s headquarters in Costa Mesa is planning a creative-office redevelopment of the existing three-building campus, with additional ground-up development on excess land at the property a possibility.
‘Real Success Is Achieving What Others Believe to Be Impossible’
Ronald Simon started small.
Distribution Center Project Could Start in November
The Irvine Spectrum’s industrial market is about to get a little cooler, and a creative-office redevelopment isn’t the cause this time around.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors is scheduled at its Oct. 6 meeting to vote on awarding a four-year contract for $101.8 million to Swinerton Builders in Irvine to refurbish and seismically retrofit buildings and terminals at John Wayne Airport.
Quality Counts as City Joins SD, Louisville on Short List for Fiber Program
Irvine’s diverse economy, increasingly vibrant startup scene, affluent demographics, and residential mix all helped put Orange County’s third largest city on track for Google Inc.’s new Internet and TV service.
TECHNOLOGY: Chipmaker to put $15M or more into plant on Jamboree
Israel-based Tower Semiconductor Ltd. is investing $15 million to $20 million to upgrade its Newport Beach manufacturing plant to meet growing demand for new generations of chips for smartphones and other wireless devices.
40 Biggest Combine For $474M in Local Work
Orange County’s architecture firms combined for a 9.1% increase in local billings this year following a modest 1.6% increase in local billings last year, and are on track to return to the 13% surge they had in 2013.
Increase Total By 1.7% Following 1.5% Decrease
Orange County’s top engineering firms with headquarters or significant operations here have recovered from a 1.5% drop in billings last year, posting a 1.7% increase in local billings during the 12-month period ended June 30.
MARKETING: Fallas-Paredes chain also picks up 41 leases
Scott Gladstone didn’t manage to hold on to Anna’s Linens Inc.’s name, according to documents filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California in Santa Ana.