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Perris Walmart Supercenter Breaks Ground
Contact Paul Galmarini for outparcel leasing information.
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Los Angeles, San Bernardino counties see continued population increases
California's population grew by a healthy 0.94 percent to more than 38.3 million residents in the past year, while Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties saw similar population increases at 0.8 percent, according to state figures released Wednesday.
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Fontana may hire consultant to improve its image
New City Manager Ken Hunt was disturbed when he overheard a couple sitting next to him at a Rancho Cucamonga restaurant in 1999 describing the city he worked tirelessly to change as too dangerous a place to go alone, even during the day.
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Like the temperature, the local population continues to rise.
It won't surprise you to learn that the Inland Valley's population keeps growing, along with the rest of Southern California's.
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Barstow Shopping Center Fetches $3.6 Mil
In a recent retail sale from the SoCal city of Barstow, Los Angeles-based private investors paid $3.6 mil for Barstow Plaza, a 68.4k sf ($53/sf) shopping center. Located at 1303 E. Main St, the center is in close proximity to the I-15 Fwy and across from
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Progressive Real Estate Partners Top Leasing Firm for Third Consecutive Year
For the third consecutive year, Progressive Real Estate Partners has been named among the Inland Empire's Top Leasing Firms by the CoStar Group
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San Dimas retail center sold for $4.8 million
Progressive Real Estate Partners on Monday announced today the sale of a 21,016-square-foot multi-tenant retail center in San Dimas. The property, at 702 W. Arrow Highway, sold for $4.8 million. That equates to $226 per square feet.
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Experts cite several factors for proliferation of discount stores in HD
Boasting at least 30 major chain discount stores - including Wal-Mart, 99 Cents Only Stores, Dollar Tree, Dollar General, Big Lots and Family Dollar - the Victor Valley and Barstow fit the mold for value-oriented retailers, which remain the most active.
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Inland Valley Poised for growth
The report, the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp's 2014-2015 Economic Forecast & Industry Outlook, notes that California's unemployment rate is falling, more people are finding jobs, the housing market is improving.
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Inland Empire retail leasing sector improving, changin
The vacancy rate of retail shopping space in San Bernardino County in 2013 was about a half percentage point lower than it was in 2012, experts said.
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1/6/2014
Inland Empire Retail Snapshot
2013 was a year of mixed messages. Net retail absorption was 1.1M SF which was up 22% compared to 2012. This was on a base of 21.6M SF of available retail space throughout the Inland Empire. This was the best year since 2008 and the first time since 2008 that there was positive absorption in each quarter of the year. That being said, gross absorption (does not reflect space that was vacated) decreased to 6.9M SF in 2013 from 8.6M SF in 2012. Effectively, this means that despite 20% less leasing activity, net absorption went up. This is a reflection of fewer tenants closing their doors. It also reflects the decrease in the highest quality of space which is desired by many of the corporate tenants that snapped up a lot of space in 2011 & 2012.
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