Orange County

  • First Whole Foods to Hit Irvine Market

    IRVINE, CA—The organic and natural grocer will occupy approximately 40,000 square feet of retail space at Los Olivos Marketplace, a planned specialty shopping center in the Spectrum here.

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  • Two Months, $50M at Orchard Hills

    IRVINE, CA—The master-planned community’s new luxury neighborhoods Trevi and Amelia fetch significant sales at a pace that exceeds the New Home Co.’s expectations.

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  • What Does Better Student Housing Mean?

    IRVINE, CA—In this EXCLUSIVE interview, Mithun’s Bill LaPatra tells GlobeSt.com what a ‘state-of-the-art’ student-life complex must offer after the firm was selected to build UCI’s Mesa Court expansion.

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  • Owners Seeking Better Retail Tenants Again

    TUSTIN, CA—Owners of strongly anchored centers are beginning to seek tenants that strengthen co-tenancy and better serve local communities, Coreland Co.’s Matt Hammond tells GlobeSt.com.

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  • Center 72% Filled Gets Low Cap Rate

    GARDEN GROVE, CA—An Orange County-based private investor makes its first commercial-property venture by buying the 35,515-square-foot Garden Grove Festival Square here in this UPDATE to a previous story.

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  • Iconic Hotel to Receive Major Redo

    ANAHEIM, CA—Scalzo Hospitality Inc. plans to replace the 86-room Park Vue Inn, a third-generation, family-owned hotel near Disneyland, with a 162-room, mixed-used building designed by MVE & Partners.

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  • Why Greenlaw Wanted City Parkway Collection

    ORANGE, CA—The ability to add to nearby owned assets is only one of the reasons why this property appealed to the firm, Greenlaw Partners’ Wil Smith tells GlobeSt.com in this UPDATE to an earlier story.

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  • Canyon Capital Funds Pacific City Center

    HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA—In this UPDATE , the real estate direct-investing arm of Canyon Partners LLC commits to a $37-million mezzanine construction loan to DJM Capital Partners for the development and leasing of the lifestyle retail center.

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  • Secure One Moves to Decrease Funding Times

    COSTA MESA, CA—The firm improves its capacity to provide government-backed loans quickly and efficiently by offering in-house origination and funding and has just hired a new VA underwriter to expedite funding.

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  • How Residents Raise the Bar on Amenities

    IRVINE, CA—As R.D. Olson completes extensive multifamily and residential development throughout Orange County, the firm finds that residents are demanding high-style, high-function common amenities.

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  • Kropfl and Ganz Join Avison Young Irvine

    IRVINE, CA—Keith Kropfl becomes a principal, and Ganz is an associate. The new hires will provide the firm with leverage as it continues to expand its retail and enterprise-solutions services.

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  • The Rise of Private Fund Lenders

    ORANGE COUNTY—In this EXCLUSIVE column, sources say that the market for non-traditional mortgage lending may be positioned to expand significantly.

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  • How Tech is Hurting and Helping Office

    IRVINE, CA—Technology is enabling office footprints to shrink, and yet tech companies are among the country’s strongest occupiers, Auction.com’s Peter Muoio tells Carrie Rossenfeld.

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  • Millennials Are Cautious About Buying OC Homes

    ORANGE COUNTY, CA—Local Redfin real estate agent Keith Thomas Jr. tells GlobeSt.com that median home prices here are much higher than many Millennials can afford, making them tentative about dipping a toe into the market.

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  • CoreLogic Revenues Up Despite Mortgage Contraction

    IRVINE, CA—The firm reports revenues of $349.4 million in Q2, a rise of 0.4% in a market where national mortgage volumes are estimated to have contracted 50%.

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  • Y Games Hail Young Professionals

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—NAIOP SoCal’s second-annual Y Games, which took place Friday, helps young professionals stay connected and lead to mentorship, president Jim Proehl tells GlobeSt.com.

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  • Duffy on CRE Principals and Retirement

    NEW YORK CITY—Stephen Duffy explores his recent column "Do Real Estate Principals Ever Really Retire?" in this EXCLUSIVE video for GlobeSt.com.

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  • How Tenants Approach Stay or Go Decisions

    IRVINE, CA—Weighing all the costs—not just financial—of a move is key to making that decision, and companies leaving California aren’t a major threat to real estate, PMRG’s Oliver Fleener tells GlobeSt.com.

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  • Fitness Company Plans Global Expansion

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Fitwall says it plans to expand its brand through a global franchising initiative.

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  • Ports Drive SoCal Industrial Market

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—After REDA Bascom Ventures breaks ground on two industrial developments in Southern California, GlobeSt.com sits down with principal Jason Krotts to talk about the new developments and why the firm is so bullish on Southern California, GlobeSt.com reports in this UPDATE to a previous story.

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