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Moreno Valley industrial park changes hands

A five-building industrial park in Moreno Valley has been sold. Moreno Corporate Center, which covers nearly 140,000 square feet at Elsworth Street and Goldencrest Drive, sold for an undisclosed sum, Toronto-based Avison Young announced Monday. Brokers from Avison Young’s Orange County office represented the buyer, a Southern California investor whose …

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ONT passenger count perks up slightly

OIA Passenger, Cargo Count Both Up

Nearly 200,000 passengers used Ontario International Airport in August, 43 percent of what it handled exactly one year earlier. Domestic travelers totaled more than 193,000 and International travelers about 3,0000, according to data released by the Ontario International Airport Authority. That was the third-best COVID-19 related recovery of any U.S. …

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Tractor Trailer Supply opens Moreno Valley store

Tractor Trailer Supply Co. has opened a store in Moreno Valley. Members of the city council and the Moreno Valley Chamber of Commerce recently opened the store at 27330 Eucalyptus Ave. in the Stoneridge Town Centre with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, according to a statement on the city’s website. “It’s a …

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Needles apartment complex sells for $2.2 million

Inland Empire Retail Properties Sold

An 81-unit apartment complex in Needles has been sold for $2.2 million. River Garden Apartments changed hands between two private investors whose names were not released, according to a statement released by CBRE, which represented the seller in the transaction. Located at 1970 Clary Drive, River Garden Apartments is comprised …

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JetBlue to start seasonal flights from PSP to Florida

JetBlue will begin a seasonal route from Palm Springs International Airport to Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Starting Dec. 18, the popular discount airline will offer two weekly nonstop flights, on Thursday and Sunday, between the two airports that will last until March of next year, according to a statement Palm …

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CSUSB starts school of entrepreneurship

California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) has launched a School of Entrepreneurship, the first of its kind on the west coast and one of only 15 worldwide. The school, which began classes last month, is primarily for students who want to start their own business, said Mike Stull, an entrepreneurship …

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