Year: 2008

Ground broken for downtown office building

Ground was broken recently on the largest, non-governmental office building to be built within downtown Riverside in over 15 years. When completed, the 10-story Regency Tower will also be the tallest structure built since the 12-story Marriott (Sheraton) Hotel opened in 1987. Located at the corner of Tenth and Orange streets, the 250,000 sq. ft….

Picking downtown parking meters

MacKay Luke This week, the City of Riverside begins a three-week public survey on selecting replacement parking meters for downtown. As part of the continuing revising of SmartPark — the not-quite-2-year-old downtown parking program — the city will be demonstrating two types of meters, allowing folks to vote on their preferred replacement. Although we found…

Region’s retail market still expanding

Since 2004, Inland Southern California has seen an influx of large-scale retail developments, redevelopments and expansions. From new malls in Rancho Cucamonga (Victoria Gardens) and Corona (The Promenade Shops at Dos Lagos), expansions (Galleria at Tyler) and revivals (Riverside Plaza) in Riverside, continuing growth within the periphery of Ontario Mills, to a number of “power…