Orange County

  • Emerging Needs in Supply-Chain Management

    IRVINE, CA—Time in transit is always a key metric, but getting things in the right order and being able to forecast what’s needed are critical, C&W’s Kevin Turner tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE interview.

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  • OC's Airport Area to Grow with Financial and Banking Sectors

    IRVINE CA—Report from Jones Lang LaSalle Research anticipates a 29% increase in tenant demand in the banking and finance sectors.

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  • Foreclosures Sink to Lowest Level in Eight Years

    IRVINE, CA—Annual increase in March first since September 2010 thanks to Jump in REOs; highest state foreclosure rates in Florida, Maryland, Nevada, Illinois, New Jersey, according to ReatlyTrac report.

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  • Which SoCal Market Leads Office Absorption?

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Net office absorption in OC is outperforming that of every other market in the region, with 42% of the absorption in SoCal taking place here over the last three years, CBRE’s Kurt Strasmann tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Why OC Office Users Are Expanding

    IRVINE, CA—As the office recovery continues, the pendulum is beginning to swing in the opposite direction from previously seen contractions to purposeful expansions, Stream Realty’s Blaine Annett tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Sharga: Economics Now Drive Housing Recovery

    IRVINE, CA—The markets with the best growth in home prices are also those with the biggest gains in jobs and populations, says Auction.com EVP Rock Sharga.

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  • True Creative Office Won’t Fit Everywhere

    IRVINE, CA—Areas where tenants are focused on competing for talent are better candidates for true, amenitized creative-office space, Bixby Land Co.’s president and CEO Bill Halford tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Should We Blame it on the Weather?

    IRVINE, CA—Auction.com’s Rick Sharga tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY that potentially stronger-than-predicted March home sales may in part be due to inclement winter weather creating pent-up demand.

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  • After 10 Years, YPG Network is Solid

    IRVINE, CA—Many members have started their own firms, while others now hold senior executive-level positions in well-known companies, NAIOP SoCal’s Darren Foster tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE interview.

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  • Partnership Plans New Med-Office Campus

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—REDA, Bacom, and an Illinois investment manager have purchase four acres Santa Ana Heights for a 64,000 square foot project to being this summer.

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  • Logistics Specialist Joins C&W as Director

    IRVINE, CA—Kevin Turner joins the Cushman & Wakefield industrial team in Orange County, where he will focus on global logistics, supply chain management.

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  • The Time is Right for a Big Push

    IRVINE, CA—On a macro level, the US economy is improving and the number of transactions is increasing, so now is the right time in the cycle to be bullish, Colliers’ David Rowley tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE interview.

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  • Does Your Hotel Really Need a Brand?

    IRVINE, CA—Many are questioning the necessity of branding now that getting the best price is more important to guests than loyalty programs, Atlas Hospitality’s Alan Reay tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE interview.

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  • CBRE Secures $88M Loan for Madison Park

    ANAHEIM, CA—The fixed-rate Fannie Mae loan goes to Intercontinental Real Estate Corp.’s and MG Properties Group’s recent acquisition of the 768-unit apartment community here, in this week’s wrap-up of deals.

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  • What Does It Take to Be a Rising Star?

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—GlobeSt.com speaks EXCLUSIVELY with three young Voit brokers to find out what makes a young commercial real estate professional stand out in such a highly competitive field.

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  • Affordable Industry Needs Creative Financing

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA— ‘The industry of affordable housing has faced some headwinds ever since the demise of the redevelopment agencies of California,’ the Richman Group’s Rick Westberg tells GlobeSt.com in this UPDATE .

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  • Broadcom Campus to Encourage Well-Being

    IRVINE, CA—The firm’s new Great Park campus will incorporate outdoor plazas, walkways, bike paths, outdoor meeting areas and other elements that will help promote employee well-being, VP Ken Schotl tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Steadfast REIT Buys 3 for $80.8M

    CHICAGO—In addition to two communities in suburban Indianapolis, the Orange County REIT acquired its first property in the Chicago region.

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  • JV Formed for Bella Terra Retail Asset

    HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA—Prudential Real Estate Investors acquire about a 75% stake in the class-A, 840,909-square-foot outdoor retail center with an affiliate of DJM Capital Partners retaining about a 25% stake.

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  • The Workplace is a Safe Haven for Boomers

    IRVINE, CA—After the recession and recent 401k and stock-market shakeups, Boomers are grateful to remain in the workforce longer than they had planned, RETS Associates’ Jana Turner tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE interview.

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