You might call it the Central Coast Cable Conundrum.
And it goes something like this: During the national rollup of cable television properties that took place in the 1990s, a number of major players grabbed a sliver of the region.Read More →
What’s happening here is part of a bigger drama about ultra-low interest rates, the stock market and the prospect for a new credit bubble.Read More →
During one very short year, the small, coastal city of Carpinteria has gone from an also-ran to the hottest market around when it comes to new job growth and filling commercial space. Research by the Business Times and Mark Schniepp’s California Economic Forecast shows that just two companies — Nusil and Lynda.com are mainly responsible for gobbling up thousands of square feet in Carp, which now is just about as fully leased up as at anytime since the dot-com era.Read More →
At precisely 2:25 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013, the future of San Luis Obispo county as an emerging hub for technology companies suddenly got a lot brighter.
That’s the moment when Mindbody CEO Rick Stollmeyer and a half-dozen local dignitaries dug the first shovelful of dirt for the software and services company’s new $20 million campus.Read More →
Ventura County has an diverse array of energy assets, but the rules are going to have to change if innovation is going to flourish in the region.
That was my takeaway after moderating two panels on the future of energy at the Ventura County Economic Development Association’s annual business outlook conference on Oct. 25.Read More →
When it comes to commercial real estate and investing in commercial property, Tom Parker is just about the smartest guy in any room, anywhere.Read More →