"Hacienda has seen slow and steady growth through the first half of 2013," said James Paxson, Hacienda's general manager. "Additional leasing is expected to occur in the near future that should allow us to see the same type of progress over the next few quarters."
Several notable transactions occurred in the first half of 2013. Major commitments were made by companies in a variety of business segments, including Iron Planet, an online marketplace; Safari Kid, an academic heritage school; Schneider Electric, an energy management firm; and Spigit Inc., which develops social innovation software.
Two new developments also received approvals during the first half of 2013. St. Anton Hacienda received approval for a 168-unit apartment complex on West Las Positas Boulevard, and a mixed-use development, consisting of 305 apartment units and nearly 7,500 square feet of retail, was approved for a site adjacent to the California Center.
In addition, a new facility for Mercedes-Benz of Pleasanton received approvals at the beginning of the year and is due to be completed within the next few months.
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