July 9, 1989
The Muller Co., an Irvine-based developer, has paid $2.4 million to NI Industries for 7.4 acres of land at 1225 W. Imperial Blvd., Brea. Muller plans to build a 185,000-square-foot distribution center on the site for Nature's Best, a health-food distributor. Coldwell Banker represented both parties in the sale.
August 11, 1985
The Muller Co. of Newport Beach has bought the 1254,200-square-foot Harbor Point industrial building on 9.22 acres at 18233 Hoover St., Gardena , from the present occupant, the Bienenfeld Premier organization, which plans to relocate in the South Bay area. The sale was negotiated by Collins Fuller of Irvine and Riverside.
May 18, 1986
A partnership of principals of the Muller Co. and Occidental Development Fund III has acquired the Upland Technology Center near Central Ave. in Upland from American Telecommunications Corp. Financing in the amount of $5.37 million was provided by Weyerhaeuser Mortgage Co., Irvine.
February 23, 1986
Construction has begun on Rancho Technology Center, a $14-million research-and-development complex on 18.42 acres in Rancho Cucamonga. A joint venture of the Muller Co. of Newport Beach and Occidental Development Fund II, the 360,930-square-foot, seven-building project is being constructed in two phases with Phase 1 scheduled to be completed in May. Designers are Kowalski-Harding & Associates Inc. of Carson.
August 27, 1988 |
While some manufacturers are moving out of Orange County, repelled by high costs and scarce labor, a few are moving in. One of them is Mark Industries, a Long Beach maker of scissor lifts, which will move its plant and warehouse to 205 S. Puente Street in Brea. Mark signed a long-term lease of more than $20 million for 217,000 square feet. Owner of the property is The Muller Co. in Irvine. Broker on the deal was Coldwell Banker Commercial Real Estate Services.
July 26, 1987
An $8-million, four-building complex at 1928 S. Grand Ave. in Santa Ana was sold and has subsequently been leased by Collins Fuller Corp., the brokers representing both buyer and seller. The seller was Cooper Industries of Houston, and the buyers were the Muller Co. of Newport Beach, and its financial partner, Copley Real Estate Advisors, a real estate arm of New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. in Boston.