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LBA Realty Proposes Commercial Mixed-Use Campus and a Look at Park Place in Irvine

Developer, LBA Realty, proposes a commercial mixed use project on a 9.35 acre project site consisting of offices, retail/restaurants, a movie theater, and a hotel in the Irvine Business Complex. LBA Realty is also the developer of Park Place which is seeing an increase in developments.



https://www.developingoc.com/2017/05/lba-realty-proposes-commercial-mixed.html
 

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You'll be seeing lots more if rents in Anaheim are hovering around $1,600 to $2,100 per month (1-2 bedrooms) and the average person doesn't even make $32,000. Per capita, including children and retirees, is $18,300.
15% of Anaheim lives below the poverty line.

It's similar when compared to L.A. proper's $28,000 individual income with rents between $1,500 to $2,600 (1-2 bedrooms).
22% of Los Angeles proper lives below the poverty line.

That's all untaxed gross income, btw.
 

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You'll be seeing lots more if rents in Anaheim are hovering around $1,600 to $2,100 per month (1-2 bedrooms) and the average person doesn't even make $32,000. Per capita, including children and retirees, is $18,300.
15% of Anaheim lives below the poverty line.

It's similar when compared to L.A. proper's $28,000 individual income with rents between $1,500 to $2,600 (1-2 bedrooms).
22% of Los Angeles proper lives below the poverty line.

That's all untaxed gross income, btw.
There isn't a chance that anyone there will ever hold a job. They are either burnt out by drugs, chronically mentally ill or, in surprisingly large numbers, believers that the government has the legal obligation to feed, house, provide medical care, transportation and appropriate health and recreation facilities regardless of their lifestyle choices.
 

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There isn't a chance that anyone there will ever hold a job. They are either burnt out by drugs, chronically mentally ill or, in surprisingly large numbers, believers that the government has the legal obligation to feed, house, provide medical care, transportation and appropriate health and recreation facilities regardless of their lifestyle choices.
Well from a healthcare perspective, the government needs to protect the rest of us. This looks to have jumped from the San Diego homeless community to LA homeless encampments (doubtful it skipped OC on the way to LA) and I heard that even firefighters were exposed so this we need for everyone's sake.

http://ktla.com/2017/09/18/l-a-coun...hepatitis-outbreak-after-deaths-in-san-diego/
 

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Irvine approves 15-story hotel, office project near John Wayne Airport

Irvine approves 15-story hotel, office project near John Wayne Airport


Great Far East LLC’s mixed-use commercial project, call The Landmark, includes a 15-story, 386-room hotel and 15-story office building across from John Wayne Airport. (image courtesy of the OC Register)

By TOMOYA SHIMURA
Nov. 28, 2017
OC Register

"A mixed-use project with two 15-story buildings in Irvine, across the street from John Wayne Airport, finally received a green light.

The City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 28, voted 3-1 in favor of overriding the Airport Land Use Commission for Orange County’s decision and allowing the development of The Landmark project by developer Great Far East. Mayor Pro Tem Lynn Schott opposed it, and Councilman Jeff Lalloway was absent.

“The project is safe,” Mayor Don Wagner said. “The project is good for Irvine.”

http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/2...hotel-office-project-near-john-wayne-airport/
 
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