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Best Kept Secrets in the West Bluff Neighborhood (Westside Costa Mesa)

Most people living in Orange County know that Costa Mesa is split into eastside and westside, what most may not know is that the West Bluff neighborhood is one of the best kept secrets. Located on the border of Costa Mesa and Huntington Beach, West Bluff has so much to offer. Read More…

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Four Summer 2015 Events To Attend in Orange County

Looking for some summer fun? Orange County offers its residents so many opportunities to enjoy the summer and weather, at some of the best cultural events. Whether you live here or you’re here for a visit check out these local events — just by attending and participating you give back to local businesses and nonprofits.

Vans U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach (July 25 – Aug 2, 2015)
It’s only appropriate that this event is hosted in Huntington Beach — Surf City, USA, and it’s all for the love of surf, sand and sun. The Vans U.S. Open of Surf is hosted over eight days and draws large crowds, not just because there is no cost to attend but because the entertainment lineup has something for everyone — live music, surf, skate, and bmx. While you’re there check out downtown Huntington Beach and grab a hamburger at 25 degrees or some Hawaiian fare at Aloha Grill both local favorites. Read More…

Costa Mesa Real Estate Market 2014 Recap

Sarah Sitar Costa Mesa Real Estate 2014 Report First Team
The 2014 numbers are in for Costa Mesa’s single-family residence home sales, and there seems to be a positive outlook for the 2015-year ahead. The numbers seems to suggest that demand for living in Costa Mesa is on the rise, which is great for real estate companies moving forward. These numbers were gathered by First Team Real Estate.

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Costa Mesa Approves the Development of Symphony Apartments

Sarah Sitar Costa Mesa Real Estate DevelopmentCosta Mesa’s City Council recently approved real estate development plans to build apartment complexes in the South Coast Metro district. The plans were pitched by the well-known Sakioka family, who are responsible for multiple valuable real estate development projects in Orange County. The plan proposed was to build a mid-rise apartment complex with 393 units two blocks away from the popular South Coast Plaza. The address of these apartments will be 595 and 585 Anton Blvd. The apartment complex will be called the Symphony Apartments, and this 5-acre plan would replace two vacant restaurants and a parking lot.
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