Beamont Shopping Center acquired by San Diego investors; new stores for Desert Hills outlets – San Bernardino Sun
The 52-acre Marketplace Beaumont mall has been sold to San Diego-based investors.
The seller was a family trust. Terms of the deal were not disclosed by JLL, who represented Brixton Capital of Solana Beach.
The shopping center, consisting of five buildings and five drive-through parking lots, opened in 2008 and has a number of renowned tenants including Aldi, Ross, Best Buy, Petco and Bed Bath & Beyond. Drive-through retailers include Starbucks and Taco Bell.
The JLL Retail Capital Markets team representing Brixton was led by Gleb Lvovich and Daniel Tyner.
“Marketplace Beaumont is the dominant center of the rapidly growing Beaumont region,” Tyner said. “The acquisition was attractive due to its strong performance and its list of quality national tenants. “
“Big box retail, along with the stores and areas around it, have performed well during the pandemic, and we are seeing strong demand from both tenants to lease space and investors to take advantage of the forts. relative yields available in space, ”Lvovich added. .
New Merchants at Desert Hills Mall
A host of new luxury brands have joined the Desert Hills Premium Outlets lineup at Cabazon.
The newest mecca for outdoor shopping is Radley London, a manufacturer of accessories and handbags.
Other new merchants include Gianvito Rossi, Hervé Léger, Lafayette 148 New York and Psycho Bunny. For cost-conscious shoppers, Claire’s, the store known for its inexpensive girls’ trinkets, has also opened.
Visitor Center debuts at Cabazon Outlets
Cabazon Outlets, the immediate neighbor of Simon-owned Desert Hills Premium Outlets, has opened a visitor center where shoppers can purchase coupons and get travel information.
Center staff can assist guests with brochures, maps, restaurant guides, hotel information, and provide information, directions, attraction tickets and directions.
For more information, visit cabazonoutlets.com.
The retail center is owned by Craig Realty Group, which owns a number of malls in Califorina and across the United States.
Employment assistance available in Menifee
A temporary workforce development center has opened in Menifee, aimed at helping residents find employment.
The pilot program, a partnership between the city and Riverside County Workforce Development, is a first for the county. It was developed to help people who are unemployed and no longer receive additional unemployment benefits from state and federal governments.
The center is located in the Kay Ceniceros Senior Center at 29995 Evans Road and is available by appointment only. Hours, for now, are 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday with plans to extend from 8 a.m. to noon on Tuesday.
Services include career coaching assistance, resume writing, job search assistance, specialist training, skills development, specialist recruiting events and workshops for individuals.
To make an appointment, dial 951-304-5468. For more details on Riverside County Workforce Development Centers, visit rivcoworkforce.com.
Donate money for technical assistance
Still on the pandemic front, UC Riverside received $ 900,000 to help small businesses in the Inland Empire.
The money from the US Economic Development Administration will match $ 416,461 in local investments, according to the UCR.
The university said it would use the grant to help 1,000 small businesses in the Inland Empire, focusing on minority-owned businesses, 800 of which will be from traditional industries and 200 of them will be startups from high technology.
According to UCR, the money will help the companies concerned to “create new products, improve competitiveness and create or keep well-paying jobs”.
Lucky 7s for 2 non-profit organizations in the region
Two Inland Empire nonprofits received a combined amount of $ 777,000 to provide housing services to area residents.
Neighborhood Housing Services of the Inland Empire received $ 273,122 and Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services received $ 504,450 in federal grants from NeighborWorks America.
NeighborWorks is a nonprofit organization created by Congress and funded to help solve affordable housing issues.
“In Congress, one of my top priorities is to tackle the affordable housing crisis in the Inland Empire and across California. This funding will help homeowners and families access housing advice and other key resources to ensure more families in our community can achieve and maintain the dream of homeownership, ” said Representative Pete Aguilar, who helped secure the money for both organizations.
Aguilar is on the Housing and Urban Development Subcommittee of the House appropriations.
Felicia Brown-Smith, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the NHSIE. said the association will use the money to support housing counseling services for community members facing housing instability “due to eviction, default, foreclosure or loss of income “.
Grants for non-profit organizations
Harrah’s Resort Southern California hosted its sixth annual All-in 4 Change Luncheon, awarding $ 100,000 in grants to some of Southern California’s most deserving nonprofits. Two Inland Empire nonprofits were among the winners.
A fifth grant of $ 4000 was awarded to Michelle’s Place Cancer Resource Center in Temecula.
An Honorable Mention Scholarship of $ 3,000 was awarded to Jacobs House in Temecula.
The “All-in 4 Change” charity program was created in 2015 to show the resort’s commitment to its community. Nonprofits from San Diego, Riverside and Orange counties were invited to apply for the program and were selected through a mix of community-driven votes and a carefully selected selection committee.
Breast Cancer Campaign at the Mall
Ontario Mills buyers can choose to participate in the annual Susan G. Komen 2021 campaign to raise funds for breast cancer research.
A $ 10 digital pass will allow shoppers to get discounts at various retailers inside the mall.
The fundraising agreement is available until October 31. Donations can be made at participating Simon malls or via simon.com/sgkdonate.