Annual statutory changes are a fact of life in California and businesses are encouraged to keep abreast of changes and to be proactive in implementing the changes that affect them. It is also important to consult with competent legal counsel if you are uncertain how changes in the law affect your business. This year new business law statutes regarding ex officio directors of nonprofit corporations, notarial acknowledgements, social purpose corporations, and Secretary of State filing processes go into effect.
Businesses across all industries are increasingly optimistic about the future. For the first time in quite a while, companies are refocused on growth as opposed to survival. As this confidence continues to build, equipment acquisition will play an important role in meeting and stimulating market demand. For many companies, financing is an essential piece of the equipment acquisition process.
California Resources Corporation (CRC) announced March 9 that it had leased 21,000 square feet of office space on Tourney Road in Santa Clarita.
As technology has driven changes in the way merchants and consumers conduct their banking, so too has it changed the need for larger footprints of space and multiple branches leading Mission Valley Bank to consolidate two of its Santa Clarita branches, said an executive with the bank.
A Star Trek devotee, Alec Peters of Axanar Productions raised hundreds of thousands of dollars on Kickstarter in the past year – enough to help finance his next production and open a new film studio in the Santa Clarita Valley – Ares Studios on Industry Drive in the Valencia Commerce Center.
When Gary Miller opened his green screen studio in Valencia, he was inspired by the marketing moniker of "Awesometown" given the area by Newhall Land and so he named his own film studio Awesometown Studios.
A medical center in Valencia has been sold for $16.3 million to an investment firm.
In a multi-year agreement with Santa Clarita-based Princess Cruises, Grammy and Oscar winning composer Stephen Schwartz is coming on board to oversee the creative development of four new musicals to debut across the cruise line's fleet over the next several years.
The Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation trumpeted Thursday that the Santa Clarita Valley is "still golden."
After two years in the making, H.E.R.O.S. Inc. - Helicopter Engine Repair & Overhaul Services Inc. – expects to be in their new Santa Clarita headquarters this May.
When 2014 filming activity in Santa Clarita broke a record for the fifth consecutive year, officials with the city's film office predicted this January that growth would only continue due to the success of the local incentive program and the enhanced film incentive program enacted by the state last year.
A Santa Clarita Valley property management firm which launched in the shadows of the housing market crash has grown from a small office and a handful of employees to one with three offices, managing over 90 homeowner associations and employing 38 people within the period of time it took the economy to recover.
An aging population has created the need for more assisted living facilities in Santa Clarita, according to a local specialist. And, in particular, there is a need for luxury units which offer staff 24/7 – including full time nursing staff.
Inspired by the lack of options Nikolay Doronin and wife Dilara found for a good adult dining experience, combined with an entertainment option for their two young children, Nikolay set out to build his own restaurant model – the Teapot Café in Saugus.
Film and TV productions bring revenue and jobs to Santa Clarita. You might run into a film crew any day. Here are some productions that are currently shooting around town.
Realtors overwhelmingly support a proposal by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to delay by two-months implementation of the new Truth in Lending Act and Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act Integrated Disclosure.
Acquired in 2013, the UCLA health care group now plans to build out the Tourney Road building for completion by spring or early summer of 2016. Constructions costs were estimated to run $5.8 million. Click here to read the entire story.
When you hear the word marathon, graphic images come to mind involving a race, endurance or competition. And while these adjectives all describe the company in question, this story isn't about a race, it the story of survival and growth of one of the largest regional truck body companies in the country – Marathon Industries Inc., headquartered in Santa Clarita.
Seeing the Santa Clarita Valley region as a prime market for economic growth, NAI Capital's Valencia office has been steadily expanding in the past five months, seeking to fully represent the region in every area of commercial real estate – retail, office, industrial and even land sales, said the head of the firm's North Los Angeles office.
Trucking logistics company, Cart Logistics, arranges short haul shipping for one pallet to 1 million, said it's co-owner Ryan McAnany. And, as the economy has improved, the Santa Clarita company is ready to take on more local business.
Daniel C. Snow has been appointed as executive vice president, strategy and business process development for Valencia-based Wesco Aircraft Holdings Inc.
When a Japanese delegation came to a visit a Santa Clarita firm a few years back, an entire business proposition almost failed over something small when an American attempted to interpret the discussion for both parties. Scrambling to salvage the derailed negotiations, the firm called American Translating Services of Valencia to help.
Approved by the county in 1992, the Northlake housing development is moving through the process to begin building a slightly scaled back version of the project, and has taken water concerns and commercial space needs into account.
Acquired in 2013, the UCLA health care group now plans to build out its Tourney Road building for completion in the spring or early summer of 2016. Constructions costs were estimated to run $5.8 million.
When Carl Reese, fiancé Deena Mastracci of Santa Clarita, and a group of friends – including backup driver Rodney Hawk – completed their cross-country drive in a Tesla P85D in April, hoping to set a Guinness World Record, they believed they had unofficially broken the record. But they had to wait a while for Guinness to review all of their documentation. The trip was chronicled in the June edition of the SCV Business Journal.
With filming activity in Santa Clarita haven broken records for the past five consecutive years, boosting economic activity in the area through the rental of businesses and local movie ranches as film locations to spending at local restaurants, hardware stores, gas stations, hotels and more - office space that formerly housed a fiber-wired, post-production facility is available for lease.
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A multi-tenant industrial flex complex at Centre Pointe Business Park on Ruether Avenue in Santa Clarita sold for $6.8 million.