Category Archives: Orange County

SoCal 10 top tens of 2017

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2017 was an extraordinary year.

We gathered together to watch a historic solar eclipse. We sang “Despacito”. We cried when the Dodgers finally made it to the World Series, and then cried again when… We gasped when we learned Moonlight actually won Best Picture and we supported each other when catastrophic hurricanes and… Read More

Top Life Sciences Destination Trends in 2017

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Running a life sciences company today is a complex business—meeting the needs and demands of top talent while navigating an uncertain healthcare legislative landscape amidst rising costs. Despite the many challenges and costs pervading the industry, one thing is for certain—retaining talent is the top priority, and companies are… Read More

Positioning your real estate portfolio to succeed in today’s healthcare environment

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How can we improve the health of our communities, while also reducing costs and maintaining high-quality care? And how will we pay for it? These are the most vexing questions facing healthcare executives nationally and in our local communities.

Typically, the real estate in a healthcare system’s footprint represents one of the largest sources of value—and capital investment—for the system. Drive through Orange County today and you’ll see more ambulatory facilities, urgent care… Read More

OC residential density increases with further multifamily development

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Orange County snapshot

  • At the end of 2007, there were 66,138 multifamily units in Orange County from midsize and large complexes, compared to a current total of 105,725. During this same time period, the local nonfarm labor workforce has expanded by 50,800 employees to 1,585,600.
  • From 2016 to 2021, Orange County
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Own a tech firm in California? Locating it in OC will save a company millions

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Orange County snapshot

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  • This analysis takes into account 20,000 square feet of office space, 134 employees (based on 150 square feet per employee), and a five year lease with 3 percent annual rent increases.
  • Orange County’s tech industry is expanding due to the highly talented and educated workforce (including the large
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