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.
Grocery chain Whole Foods Market will anchor a new shopping center in the Irvine Spectrum next to the Los Olivos apartment complex.
Great Park Campus Could Fit Thousands More Workers
The Great Park office campus designed to hold the new headquarters of Broadcom Corp. suggests that the chipmaker—currently in the midst of cutbacks—could be preparing to add several thousand jobs in Orange County over about the next five years.
REAL ESTATE: About 800 rooms under construction or planned in city
A two-building office site in Irvine that’s about a block from John Wayne Airport is being eyed for a hotel development.
REAL ESTATE: Bond money backs community college plans
Student housing, new classrooms, a parking structure, and a boutique hotel are among the more than 1.3 million square feet of new buildings and facilities being considered for the campus of Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa.
EEC to Move HQ From Santa Ana With Deal
Environmental Engineering & Contracting Inc., a Santa Ana-based environmental consulting firm, said it plans to relocate its headquarters to the City Plaza office tower in Orange in September.
$18.5M Buy Comes After $20.4M Tustin Office Deal
Anaheim Hills Office Plaza, one of the largest North Orange County offices built in the last real estate boom, has had another change in ownership.
The Orange County Museum of Art said it’s negotiating with a unit of New York-based developer Related Cos. to sell its Newport Center property.
REAL ESTATE: Investor paid $20M for offices in 2010
A two-building office property in Irvine a few blocks from John Wayne Airport has traded hands for $36 million.
26 Firms Combine for $677 Million in Revenue Last Year
Orange County’s tenant-improvement industry posted its strongest year in more than a decade last year, buoyed by a spate of new construction work in addition to plenty of renovations at existing properties.
Renovations, New Construction Emphasize Open Design
Look to the lobbies of Orange County’s newest and most recently redesigned hotels to see the hospitality industry’s latest generation of interior design on display.