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Bordes joins SVN Commercial Real Estate Advisors

Joel Bordes, a real estate broker for more than 15 years, has joined SVN Commercial Real Estate Advisors in Murrieta. An investment sales specialist, Bordes most recently was chief financial officer for Truax Development in Temecula, according to a statement. A native of France, Bordes is also executive vice president …

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Inland chapter of Feeding America receives donation

One of the largest food banks in the Inland Empire has received a donation from an Orange County developer. Feeding America Riverside/San Bernardino is one of 11 food banks nationwide to receive assistance from Bixby Development Co., according to a statement. “Food banks make an immediate impact and a lasting …

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Major Ontario industrial property is on the market

CBRE and CenterPoint Properties are marketing a 1.6-million-square-foot industrial property in Ontario. The property, at 5600 E Airport Road, includes 13,771 square feet of office space and plenty of parking, with 954 trailer spaces and 580 car stalls., according to a statement. “We are incredibly excited about the opportunity to …

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Stater Bros., Chobani to help military families

Stater  Bros. Charities and Chobani, maker of the popular Greek yogurt, will donate $75,000 to Operation Homefront to help support military and veteran families in areas served by Stater Bros. Markets.  The funding will go to Operation Homefront’s Critical Financial Assistance program, which  helps families with multiple issues including grocery …

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Inland IPA to join larger network

Prospect Medical Group, a Los Angeles-based independent physicians association, will buy part of Vantage Medical Group, also an IPA, which serves the Inland Empire and San Diego counties. The transaction is expected to close this summer, according to a statement. Prospect Medical will purchase CalCare IPA and Los Angeles Medical Center …

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Palm Springs interactive survey to aid general plan

Palm Springs residents are asked to participate in an interactive survey that will help the city update its general plan. The survey, which focuses on land use, mobility, housing and open space, will help officials identify the residents’ top priorities in those and other areas, according to a statement on …

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