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2020 Preview: COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

Office Development Push ContinuesDevelopers remain optimistic about the continued strength of OC’s commercial real estate market, based on the number of projects expected to move ahead in 2020.

Luxe Homes’ Strong Start

High-dollar sales reboot, broker says

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China TV Maker to Irvine

Takes temp digs near Spectrum

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Trumark Sold to Japan Investor

Daiwa takes 60% of builder

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Irvine Tower Redo Wraps

Bistango gets some work done

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FivePoint Sells Homesites

The company closed on hundreds of homesites at Valencia

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Costa Mesa International School Gets OK

Former Trinity Broadcasting Site to Be Revamped

An overhaul of one of Orange County’s more recognizable buildings appears imminent, following a deal between the city of Costa Mesa and an international language education company.

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50K-SF Medical Office Planned for ATEP

2nd Building at Tustin Education Park

ACS Development Group Inc. plans to build a 50,000-square-foot medical office building in Tustin, the newest sign of construction at the Advanced Technology Education Park on the former Marine base.

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MCAS Tustin: 50K-SF Medical Office

New space coming to ATEP

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Ex-TBN Site Work OK’d

Campus-to-campus; new culture, language lessons coming

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Hotel Development Strong

Openings, construction up in OC, statewide

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MPCs Make List

Three of 50 master-planned communities were local.

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Ware Malcomb CEO Steps Aside

Armstrong to become chairman

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Construction Supplier to S&P SmallCap Index

FBM nabs Restoration Hardware slot

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Joan Irvine Smith Dies at 86

Daughter of Irvine Co. baron and philanthropist passes

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Historic Theater Could Become Food Hall

Beach town bowling alley part of the deal

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