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November 9, 2008

 

(Chico) Financial giant Morgan Stanley has won a major branding right in the City of Chico.  The prestigious address at the corner of 6th & Main in Chico is now known as "The Morgan Stanley Building" as part of the exclusive naming rights of a new lease.
 
The global investment management company is opening up new offices in the iconic building at 555 Main Street, one of Chico's most prominent business locations.  The lease was handled by Mike Donnelly and Sally Shelton at The Group, John Miller at RSC...
October 27, 2008

 

(Oroville) The revitalization of Mission Square continues with the arrival of another major tenant.  The Oroville Mercury Register Newspaper has moved its newsroom and sales office into 2124 5th Ave. in the Mission Square Commercial Center.
 
The Lease was handled by Mike Donnelly of The Group Real Estate.
 
The Oroville Mercury is the latest in a string of businesses to move into the center.  Edward Jones Investments, Table Mountain Physical Therapy, Lake Oroville Mortgage and The...
September 1, 2008

(Oroville) The dream has been realized for the developers of Mission Square in Oroville, who are celebrating the completion of a new 11,000 sq. ft. commercial complex.  Several new businesses moving into the center are also celebrating, as are the many local contractors who helped make the project possible.

The beautiful Mediterranean style building was developed by long time residents and respected local businesspeople Bill Jones, Ken Harlan and Jim Scurlock, who made every effort possible to hire local builders and contractors.  ...

June 30, 2008

(Chico)  An exciting new concept in physical fitness has come to Chico.  Fifteen Minute Fitness, an extraordinarily unique health studio is open for business at a convenient location on 9th St. (HW 32) next to Highway 99.

Fifteen Minute Fitness is designed for people "on the go" who can achieve measurable results by working out for just two 15 minute sessions each week and follow a recommended nutritional program.  The surprisingly affordable service also acts as a supplemental program to people who already belong to health clubs but...

June 6, 2008

 

(Oroville)  California Northern and The Group Real Estate have announced the Oroville Mercury Register newspaper office/warehouse complex has been sold.  The 14,000 sq. ft. building on 3.26 acres has been purchased by Butte County for $1,500,000 and will be used for General Services.

The transaction was handled by Mike Donnelly and Kevin Mechelke of the Staubach Company representing the Seller.  Butte County Property Manager Grant Hunsiker represented the Buyer.

Because of changing trends in the newspaper industry, the...

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