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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Palmieri, Tyler to Move From Century Centre
Palmieri, Tyler, Wiener, Wilhelm & Waldron LLP is the latest local law firm that’s figuring out how to use less space for its operations.
Money Shifts From Industrial, Multifamily
Deep-pocketed office investors flocked to Orange County last year looking for attractive investment yields while also betting on the market’s potential for rental growth over the next few years.
New Home, Commercial Pick Up Some of Slack
Business for Orange County’s largest title insurers plummeted last year as refinance activity significantly declined.
REAL ESTATE: $100M+ Deals Already Top 2014’s
2015 has the makings of a blockbuster year for large real estate deals, based on the first few months of transactions in Orange County.
Great Park Project Nears Irvine Co. on Lot Prices
Lot prices for the latest batch of homebuilding at Great Park Neighborhoods don’t appear to be cheap.
1.7 Million SF Near Angel Stadium Would Include Luxe Hotel, Condo Tower, Surf Park
A Chinese developer has proposed a mixed-use project next to Angel Stadium that could rival L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles in terms of scope and variety of uses.
127 Acres Along 55 Freeway Could Fetch Up to $250M
A handful of real estate developers have teed up big-dollar bids to gauge members’ interest in selling the Santa Ana Country Club.
Toll Brothers Bullish On Irvine, Lake Forest Sites
Hidden Canyon, the newest high-end, new-home community in Irvine, had about $50 million in sales in less than a month after its opening, according to the project’s developer.
REAL ESTATE: $112 million would be highest price since 2013
A spate of apartment development going up on Jamboree Road in Irvine doesn’t appear to be scaring off investors looking for existing complexes in the same area.
ARTS: Sale, price of current location could be trimmed
Plans to relocate the Orange County Museum of Art to a new facility at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa are moving forward despite uncertainty over the fate of the museum’s current location in Newport Beach.