ORANGE COUNTY, CA-Mortgage banker Dwyer-Curlett & Co. has arranged $4.5 million in permanent financing for a 39,350-sf retail center in the community of Brea.

The center, Brea Imperial Plaza, is at 700-810 East Imperial Highway. Tenants include Shoe Pavilion, La Salsa restaurant, Diedrich Coffee and Zany Brainy, a store that sells education-oriented toys and games for children.

LA-based Dwyer-Curlett arranged the loan through American Express Financial Corp. Randall A. MacDougall and James P. Osgood put the financing together for the borrower, California-based Mariposa Investment Corp.

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