Mark Mueller covers commercial and residential real estate for the Orange County Business Journal. His beat also includes title insurers and mortgage lenders, as well as government stories that relate to real estate. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Broadcom Campus Plan Puts Focus on ‘Companies and Jobs’
Expect to see a surge in commercial real estate development activity near the southern edge of the former El Toro Marine Base in Irvine, following the decision of Broadcom Corp. to relocate its headquarters to the Great Park Neighborhoods site.
REAL ESTATE: Irvine Company takes $250M on 3 office buildings
Wells Fargo might not have its logo atop the newest office building on Newport Center Drive, but its name is on something just as important for the building: loan documents.
Douglas Park Lands UTI For Long-Term Lease
Sares-Regis Group’s massive Douglas Park development site in Long Beach, once a base for the aviation industry, is slowly turning into an automotive hub of sorts.
REAL ESTATE: Would be 6th trade in 7 years for Costa Mesa office
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: The distinctive Costa Mesa office that once held the headquarters of ICN Pharmaceuticals Inc. and later Valeant Pharmaceuticals International could soon have a change in ownership.
REAL ESTATE: Adds mortgage, title services in wake of Weyerhaeuser deal
TRI Pointe Homes Inc. continues to build the foundation of an ambitious growth plan in 2015, despite some lingering questions over the health of the national homebuilding industry.
18-Acre Canyon Property Could Be Redeveloped
Another big property of AT&T Inc. in Anaheim is up for sale.
REAL ESTATE: Takes full floor at Irvine Company’s newest office
Bill Gross might have the highest profile among the first batch of tenants at Irvine Company’s newest office building in Newport Center, but Stifel, Nicolaus & Co. can claim the highest perch at the 21-story building.
Filing Says Talks For New Campus ‘Near Conclusion’
Broadcom Corp. is closing in on its long-awaited deal to buy the land for its new office campus near Orange County Great Park, according to filings with Irvine City Council.
Properties, 12 Others Could Fetch $500 Million
Shopping centers in Mission Viejo and Brea are part of a portfolio of West Coast retail properties that are on the block and could sell for nearly $500 million.
An investment group that includes Irvine-based real estate investor and developer Greenlaw Partners is nearing a deal to buy the massive Bank of America office campus in Brea.