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  • A Bird's Eye View: Where the smart money will go in 2011

    Editor's note: Veteran Newport Beach real estate executive Tom Iovenitti, who used to pen a column for View magazine, has agreed to contribute columns to the Coastal Real Estate section. This is his first. Remember me? I'm still around, still actively...
  • Brown appoints O.C. labor leader to Fair Board

    COSTA MESA — Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed a labor leader embroiled in Costa Mesa's recent political conflicts to the board of directors that oversees the Orange County Fairgrounds. Nick Berardino, 62, general manager of the Orange County...
  • United Way names new chief executive

    Max Gardner, the new chief executive of the Irvine-based Orange County United Way, vowed this week to do "anything he can" to meet the needs of struggling O.C. families. Gardner, a 30-year veteran of the real estate industry, joined United Way in 2005 as...
  • Record sale for Kobe Bryant in Newport Coast

    Record sale for Kobe Bryant in Newport Coast
    Kobe Bryant is finding new ways to add records to his storied career. The Los Angeles Lakers guard sold his home in the Pelican Ridge area for $6,116,500 on Friday, according to the Multiple Listing Service, the highest price ever paid for a home in the...
  • Investors snap up luxury hotels amid rising occupancy and room rates

    Investors snap up luxury hotels amid rising occupancy and room rates
    Pampered guests at the five-star Montage Laguna Beach resort can swim in a lap pool overlooking the Pacific, dine on caviar and sleep on goose-down pillows to a lullaby of crashing waves. The rooms typically go for $800 a night and up, but the hotel has...
  • Agents, lenders fill niche as Chinese money floods housing market

    Agents, lenders fill niche as Chinese money floods housing market
    When Alisha Chen first got into real estate 10 years ago, she didn't really plan on becoming a gatekeeper for a global housing market. But a housing crash and a flood of Chinese money later, she's part of a growing cottage industry of real estate...
  • On Theater: 'Dog' defies logic, but entertains

    You may not be able to fight city hall, but you can holler until you're blue in the face like the inveterate pet cemetery owner in Thomas Strelich's wild and crazy but strangely affecting "Dog Logic," now on stage at the Costa Mesa Playhouse. Whether...
  • Laguna crime statistics paint rosier picture

    Violent crime decreased throughout Laguna Beach in 2013, according to police statistics released Thursday. Three rapes, five robberies, 31 aggravated assaults and no homicides were reported last year, a 30% decline over 2012. The 39 offenses represent...
  • Rizzo's home off the market

    The Huntington Beach home of Robert Rizzo, the embattled former manager of the city of Bell, is no longer for sale. The house at 1935 Lake St. dropped from the Multiple Listing Service on Tuesday, according to Torelli Realty in Costa Mesa. Bill Cuppy,...
  • Tiger Woods sells Corona del Mar condo

    Tiger Woods sells Corona del Mar condo
    PGA champion Tiger Woods has sold his condominium in Corona del Mar for $2,213,875. But like many other residential real estate owners, Woods landed in the rough when it came to selling a place bought before the housing downturn. Public records show he...
  • Rogers Severson dies at 72; creator of spinal cord injury fund

    Rogers Severson dies at 72; creator of spinal cord injury fund
    Paralyzed by a spinal cord injury in 1986, real estate developer Rogers Severson sought out a leading rehabilitation facility after doctors told the former college athlete he'd never walk again. Six months later, he walked out of Casa Colina Center for...