Taylor’s Appliance, 76, sold to Howard’s; Pulp Manufacturers Wanted in Ontario – Press Enterprise

The 76-year-old Taylor’s Appliance family store was purchased by Howard’s in La Habra.

The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed by either company. Taylor’s, founded in 1945 by Harold Taylor Sr., will be renamed Howard’s. (Howard’s, by the way, was launched in 1946.)

“It was important to us, when considering an acquisition, that the values ​​of the new company were aligned with our own, with the same commitment to the customer and the community,” said Scott Taylor, grandson. by Harold and President and CEO of Taylor’s Appliance, in a statement.

Representatives for Howard said the company will begin operations at the new Riverside site in January.

A 75-unit apartment complex in Ontario has been sold to an unidentified foreign investor for $ 28 million, according to CBRE. The four story Hallmark at Mission property was completed in 2019 and includes one and two bedroom apartments. Rent ranges from $ 1,950 to $ 2,395 per month, according to Apartments.com. (Courtesy of CBRE)

Apartments in Ontario sell for $ 28 million

A 75-unit apartment complex in Ontario has been sold to an unidentified foreign investor for $ 28 million, according to CBRE.

The four story Hallmark at Mission property was completed in 2019 and includes one and two bedroom apartments. Rent ranges from $ 1,950 to $ 2,395 per month, according to Apartments.com.

Facilities include a pool and spa, clubhouse, fitness center and attached garages.

“This property has performed very well throughout the pandemic and is poised for future rental growth,” said Eric Chen, who negotiated the sale with CBRE for both buyer and seller. “This was an all-cash transaction from a foreign buyer seeking to place capital as a long-term, generational investment.”

The seller has not been identified by CBRE.

Pulp Makers Wanted in Ontario

Domino’s Pizza wants to add some dough… to your wallet.

The center of the company’s supply chain in Ontario is in need of workers this holiday season. The establishment is recruiting positions in production, warehouse, CDL class A and B drivers, maintenance and administration.

The Domino’s Dough Warehouse team produces pizza dough, toppings and ingredients for Domino’s stores in Southern California.

“Our CDL drivers earn very competitive salaries and our warehouse and production workers also receive excellent benefits and salaries,” said Travis Wright, Director of Domino’s Supply Chain Center for the region.

Those interested in applying can visit jobs.dominos.com.

Infrastructure upgrades are coming to the San Bernardino International Airport, spurred by a $ 3 million federal grant to the Inland Valley Development Agency. The money will be used to fund upgrades to the airport’s transportation system and supply chain, ultimately increasing its commercial cargo capacity. (Photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher / Le Soleil)

$ 3 million for airport upgrades

Infrastructure upgrades are coming to the San Bernardino International Airport, spurred by a $ 3 million federal grant to the Inland Valley Development Agency.

The money will be used to fund upgrades to the airport’s transportation system and supply chain, ultimately increasing its commercial cargo capacity.

“This project is an incredible opportunity to complete a vital infrastructure for our airport at a pivotal time in our California economy, improving safety and ensuring continued and ongoing support for our supply chain and the flying public,” said Mike Burrows, CEO of Inland Valley. Development Agency and San Bernardino International Airport, in a statement. The money was

The grant from the US Economic Development Administration was awarded to IVDA with the assistance of Representative Pete Aguilar.

A 45,000 square foot cold storage facility in Colton has been sold for $ 7.5 million to Integreon Global. The building at 1750 N 8th St. will be used by Cryopak, a division of Integreon that designs and manufactures cold packaging and refrigerants for pharmaceutical, biotechnology and life science shipments. (Courtesy of Avison Young)

Cold store in Colton sells for $ 7.5 million

A 45,000 square foot cold storage facility in Colton has been sold for $ 7.5 million to Integreon Global.

The building at 1750 N 8th St. will be used by Cryopak, a division of Integreon that designs and manufactures cold packaging and refrigerants for pharmaceutical, biotechnology and life science shipments.

Avison Young director Cody Lerner represented the buyer. The vendor, Modu Food Factory, was represented by David Hong and Allen Lee Kwon of Urban Real Estate.

“This property was a perfect fit for our client. Cold storage properties are almost impossible to find fully built, and with the costs and time to build, our client jumped at this opportunity, ”Lerner said.

The facility, built in 1984 on 4.28 acres, has a food processing plant with cold room.

The Cardenas Markets Foundation has opened a scholarship program of $ 177,000 to students in areas where its supermarkets operate. (Courtesy of Cardenas Markets)

Open scholarship program

The Cardenas Markets Foundation has opened a scholarship program of $ 177,000 to students in areas where its supermarkets operate.

The grocer will distribute 59 scholarships valued at $ 3,000 each for the 2022 academic year, an increase of $ 1,000 from the 2021 academic year.

Recipients will be selected based on their academic credentials, financial need, leadership skills, and commitment to serving the community.

Students can apply at cardenasmarkets.com/scholarships.

Kathleen Briscoe and Matt Mexia of Dermody Properties present a Thanksgiving Capstone Award in 2021 at Feeding America of Riverside and San Bernardino. (Courtesy of Dermody Properties)

Good work

Dermody Properties donated $ 5,000 to Feeding America of Riverside and San Bernardino, a nonprofit organization that provides hunger relief services and emergency food assistance in the Inland Empire.

The money was raised through the company’s annual Thanksgiving Capstone Award.

“There are over 800,000 people living below the poverty line in the Inland Empire, and at Dermody Properties we want to do everything we can to help reduce that number,” said Kathleen Briscoe, Partner and Director capital at Dermody Properties. . “We feel incredibly lucky to be able to support amazing organizations like Feeding America so that they can help even more struggling individuals and families.”

Charlotte Smith, a Riverside resident and graduate of Riverside Poly High School and Harvard University, made Forbes 30 Under 30 list this year for her work in media relations at Google. (Courtesy of Duhon Photographie)

Riverside graduate makes Forbes list

Charlotte Smith, a Riverside resident and graduate of Riverside Poly High School and Harvard University, made Forbes 30 Under 30 list this year for her work in media relations at Google. Smith, a 29-year-old policy communications officer for Google, is included in this year’s list for her work on shaping Google’s election integrity policies in 2020 and for standing up for communicators of color at the within the company.

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