May 25, 2024

Real Estate

CRE: Santa Barbara sales cold; UCLA Health opens State St. location
UCLA Health's new office located at 111 Read More >
CRE: Public company sells Ventura County office, HTFVC hosts affordable housing program
By Staff Report Camarillo-based Salem Media Group Read More >
Housing crunch: 11,000+ new homes could ease area shortage
The Harvest in Limoneira development in Santa Read More >
Developers eye 36 sites rezoned for housing by Santa Barbara County
Developers are eyeing 36 sites that the Read More >


Cal Poly SBDC highlights AgTech company as ‘Business of the Year’

One of Tric Robotics' tractors bathes crops in ultraviolet light. (courtesy photo) It has been a steady climb for San Luis Obispo-based TRIC Robotics. Originally founded in Idaho by CEO Adam Stager, TRIC decided to move to San Luis Obispo in large part because of Cal Poly University's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Small Business Development Center — a decision that has come to pay dividends. From securing some of Read More >


Homebuilder Lennar buys 554 residential homesites at Harvest at Limoneira 
The Harvest at Limoneira residential development in Santa Paula. (courtesy Read More >
Storms slam Central Coast to the tune of $50M
Horses given refuge from the recent heavy rains at the Read More >
Uncertain times: Calavo delays Q4 results, explores sale of fresh cut business
Shares of Santa Paula-based Calavo Growers took a bit of Read More >


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