Cabazon Travel Center debuts with dog park, slot machines and 32 pumps – Press Enterprise

The 24/7 Morongo Travel Center has opened along Interstate 10 near Palm Springs, offering a 32-pump gas station, dog park, slot machines and much more. more so to desert travellers.

The center, owned by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, is built on 6.7 acres and includes electric vehicle charging stations, eight Tesla superchargers, RV unloading, propane refills, six diesel truck pumps at high speed and diesel exhaust fluid.

It was designed by DLR Group and built by Moorefield Construction. The tribe estimates that the center has created 30 new jobs.

Address: Morongo Trail and Thunder Road

Opening of Big Lots at Hesperia

Discount retailer Big Lots is opening a store on Saturday February 12 in Hesperia.

The 33,184 square foot store at 16824 Main St. will carry all the deals Big Lots customers are used to finding, from household items to food and pet supplies.

Kaiser Permanente is expanding in Wildomar, building a new 7-acre medical complex in the Baxter Village development. (Courtesy of Kaiser Permanente)

Kaiser is building a bigger medical complex Wildomar

Kaiser Permanente is building a medical complex on 7 acres in the Baxter Village development in Wildomar.

The site is entitled to an 84,000 square foot outpatient medical building. Construction is expected to begin on the structure in mid-2022, Kaiser said.

The healthcare provider said it serves some 160,000 community members.

“Our new Wildomar Medical Office Building will give us the room we need to grow, ultimately bringing more healthcare services closer to home,” said Vita Willett, Kaiser Permanente Senior Vice President and Riverside Area Director. .

The new building is expected to be completed in late 2023, nearly doubling the capacity of the 34-vendor office building leased by Kaiser.

It will include imaging services, a pharmacy and house approximately 61 provider offices, including primary care, pediatrics, optometry, allergy, dermatology and other specialties.

A 39,796 square foot medical practice complex in Hemet has sold for $5.56 million. (Courtesy of Progressive Real Estate Partners)

Hemet medical complex sells for $5.56 million to Newport Beach investor

A 39,796 square foot medical practice complex in Hemet has sold for $5.56 million, according to Progressive Real Estate Partners.

The seller of the Courtyard Medical & Professional Center at 910-960 N. State St. has been identified by Progressive as a Newport Beach-based private investor. The buyer, The buyer, represented by CBD Investments, was an unidentified foreign-based investor.

Built in 1981, the fully leased resort generated 13 qualified bids, according to Progressive’s Greg Bedell.

Bedell said the deal further bolstered “the continued rebound in demand we’re seeing for multi-tenant commercial assets in SoCal’s Inland Empire.”

Three new commercial properties at the Monterey Crossing Mall in Palm Desert have been sold for a combined $15.7 million in three separate transactions. All three sales included a new single-tenant block leased to Chick-fil-A. (Courtesy of Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors)

Three Palm Desert retail blocks sell for $15.7 million

According to Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors, three new commercial properties at the Monterey Crossing Mall in Palm Desert have been sold for a total of $15.7 million in three separate transactions.

Hanley represented the developer and seller, Fountainhead Development of Newport Beach, in all three transactions.

The three sales included two new single-tenant blocks leased to Chick-fil-A and Quick Quack Car Wash, as well as a two-tenant block leased by AT&T and Spectrum.

Other national brand tenants in the mall include Costco, Home Depot, Kohl’s, Sam’s Club, Walmart, 99 Cents Only, Ashley HomeStore, JOANN Fabrics and Crafts, PetSmart and Regal Cinemas.

“In 2022, we anticipate that more mall developers and owners will seek to implement a break-up sales strategy to capitalize on the strong demand for single-tenant and multi-tenant retail products at premium prices. “said Bill Asher, executive vice president. chairman of Hanley.

Steve Burns is the new Director of Public Policy for the San Manuel Mission Indian Band. (Courtesy of the tribe)

Moving

Steve Burns is the new Director of Public Policy for the San Manuel Mission Indian Band. He will be responsible for leading and implementing the tribe’s public policy strategy on federal and state legislation and regulation. Burns previously worked at Mercury Public Affairs where he oversaw public affairs consulting and crisis issues management. He will be based in Sacramento.

Appointment

Steven J. Combre, 51, of Corona, has been named assistant deputy director of the Security and Law Enforcement Division at the California State Lottery. Combre has been a Logistics Management Specialist at the National Disaster Medical System since 2021, Supervisory Special Investigator II at the California Lottery since 2020, and an agent for Talon Executive Services since 2009. This position does not require Senate confirmation and the compensation is $149,832. . Combe is recorded without party preference.

Gerald Clarke, 54, of Anza, has been appointed to the California Arts Council. He has been a professor of ethnic studies at UC Riverside since 2016 and also held several positions at the Idyllwild Arts Academy from 1998 to 2016. This position requires Senate confirmation and is paid $100 per day. Clarke is a Democrat.

Business notes are compiled and edited by business writer Samantha Gowen. Submit items to [email protected] High resolution images can also be submitted. Allow at least a week for posting. Items are edited for length and clarity.

Comments are closed.