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Turner Real Estate Fund II LP sold an office building in Newport Beach to The Halpern Group for $9 million, or $297.42 per square foot.
Silicon Valley Portfolio Now Tops 4 Million SF
Irvine Company has made another pricey office investment in the Silicon Valley city of Santa Clara.
Irvine-based Opus Bank has agreed to pay $25 million for Commerce Escrow Co. and its affiliate business RPM Investments Inc.
Irvine-based Standard Pacific Corp. is the lone locally-based homebuilder tapped to build homes at Beacon Park, the second community planned for the Great Park Neighborhoods.
NONPROFITS: At Operation Christmas Child’s Western hub
Nearly a million Christmas stories are just beginning from a run-of-the-mill warehouse in Huntington Beach.
Speculative development isn’t a dirty word anymore for area commercial real estate developers.
Local financial industry professionals are banking on an improving U.S. economy that could feed business growth here.
Local hotels had steady increases in occupancies and room rates this year, reflecting national upward trends as the industry continued to climb out of post-recession declines.
Sunstone Hotel Investors Inc. president John Arabia has been appointed chief executive of the Aliso Viejo-based company.
REAL ESTATE: 2 buildings, 150,000 SF on 10 acres
The local office of Dallas-based Lincoln Properties Corp. has bought the largest office property in Los Alamitos.
HEALTHCARE: 2nd edition of concept at Jamboree Center
St. Joseph Hoag Health has laid another building block for the integrated regional care delivery it is establishing in Orange County.
17 $4M-and-Up Homes Sell in Month on OC Coast
Seventeen homes in coastal Orange County closed for $4 million or more between Dec. 1 and the week ending Jan. 8, according to public records and the Redfin website.
2 Silos for Element as Women’s Line Grows
Several Orange County apparel brands in attendance at the Agenda trade show in Long Beach this month shared news from their marketing departments:
The Orange County retail market continued to improve in the third quarter as demand increased.
21-Acre Site Now Unused, Redevelopment Planned
Development activity could move ahead this year at a former Los Angeles Times printing plant in Costa Mesa that’s long been a source of speculation of a potential sale or redevelopment, according to its owner.