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.
Aims to Follow Paséa, Spectrum Marriott With Art Deco Entry in LA
A 21-story, art deco-inspired hotel planned for the heart of Hollywood marks the latest chapter in R.D. Olson Development’s recent push into the high end of the hospitality market.
REAL ESTATE: Capacity for equivalent of 1,300 homes
The latest upgrade to the Park Place mixed-use campus in Irvine is taking place behind the scenes, and in clean-energy jargon, behind the meter.
Zion’s $8.2M Buy Comes With Plans for Nonprofits
Western Growers Association, a trade association that represents farmers in California, Arizona and Colorado, has sold its Irvine headquarters near John Wayne Airport and relocated to another spot in the city.
An affiliate of Irvine’s Pacific Hospitality Group is in deals for two AC Hotels—a 176-room property currently under construction at the Park Place mixed-use campus near John Wayne Airport and a recently opened location in Tempe, Ariz.—from Woodbine Development Corp. and USAA.
Site Next to Pumbaa Lot Among 10 Now in Works
You can add another name to the increasingly crowded list of proposed hotel developments in the area around Disneyland Resort in Anaheim.
REAL ESTATE: Buys out co-investor’s 46% stake
A 2011 investment in the Las Vegas land development market by an affiliate of KBS Realty Advisors appears to be paying off for the Newport Beach-based company, although a recent add-on deal indicates that land prices in the gambling mecca remain well below peak levels.
REAL ESTATE: Would be 6th Sale of Office Since ’06
An Irvine office tower that holds the headquarters of Golden State Foods Corp. and other tenants is up for sale again in one of the largest transactions anticipated this year in the John Wayne Airport-area market.
REAL ESTATE: Estimates put Goodman Birtcher buy at $240M
Irvine-based developer Goodman Birtcher has bought a pair of massive distribution centers in Los Angeles County, including a property just over the county line in Santa Fe Springs, in one of the largest industrial acquisitions in Southern California in recent memory.
Irvine-based developer Goodman Birtcher has bought a pair of massive distribution centers in Los Angeles County.
More Than 7,000 Rooms Proposed in Four Cities
The four Orange County cities with the heaviest volume of hotel construction are seeing a divergence in the type of properties being built there and the sorts of guests the hotels will target.