What’s new: Dick’s hiring for new Temecula store; Fantasy filling 70 casino jobs – Press-Enterprise

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Dick’s Sporting Goods is hiring for a new store coming to Promenade Mall in Temecula.
According to signs seen posted at the retailer’s Murrieta location, it will close there and relocate 3 miles south to the newly built store at the Promenade. Applicants, Dick’s said in a news release, should be “passionate about sports.”
The store is slated to open in March. Dick’s said it expects to hire 10 part-time and 35 temporary positions for its new location.
Open positions include cashiers, operations associates, sales associates, specialists for various sports and technicians (think golf and bicycles). The company touts “competitive pay” but did not provide wage information. The minimum wage for larger companies in California rose to $15 in January.
Applicants can go to dickssportinggoods.jobs for more information.
Address: 40710 Winchester Road
Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Coachella Valley is looking to hire 70 positions at an upcoming job fair.
The event will take place from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, March 3 at the resort’s special events center.
A variety of positions are open, including restaurant server, restaurant manager, beverage bartenders/servers, baker, cook, cash operations, cage cashier, main banker, table games dealers, slots and openings at the hotel.
Managers will be interviewing candidates on the spot. So, come dressed professionally with a resume ready.
All job openings can be seen at fantasyspringsresort.com/employment.
Benefit packages include paid-time off, medical, dental and vision insurance, tuition reimbursement, 401K, and an employee assistance program.
A 58-year-old, 108-unit apartment complex in Palm Springs has sold for $19.7 million, according to The Mogharebi Group.

Tahquitz Court, built in 1964 and located less than 2 miles from Downtown Palm Springs, is an affordable apartment complex on E. Tahquitz Canyon Way.  The two-story, garden-style apartments include a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom units. Amenities include two pools, a spa, and an on-site laundry facility.
“Tahquitz Court presented fantastic opportunity for investors through preservation and renewal of the affordability agreement or through repositioning as a market rate,” said Otto Ozen at TMG.
Ozen said he fielded multiple offers and closed with an unidentified Los Angeles-based private investment group.
Palm Springs is severely supply constrained with multifamily vacancies at 2.1%, according to TMG research.  Despite an estimated population growth of 6% over the next five years, only five units have been built in the past 12 months.
“Home prices in Palm Springs have increased by 50% in the past year alone, catapulting the median home price to $623,000,” added Ozen.  “As a result, homeownership is out of the reach of many of the 50,000 permanent residents there creating tremendous demand for quality well-located multifamily assets.”
A single-tenant Bank of America property in Rancho Cucamonga has sold for $6,150,000 in an all-cash 1031 exchange transaction, according to Newmark and Progressive Real Estate Partners.
The 46-year-old bank and drive-through is part of the Stater Bros.-anchored Country Village shopping center at 8700 Baseline Road.
The 9,195-square-foot BofA branch has been at Country Village since 1976.
Progressive Real Estate Partners’ President Brad Umansky and Newmark Managing Director Glenn Rudy co-listed the property and represented the seller, WM Capital. The unidentified buyer was represented by Bill Allen with Marcus & Millichap.
Newport Beach-based Buchanan Street Partners has bought a new, three-story self-storage facility in Chino Hills for $24.5 million from an unidentified developer.
The 95,500-square-foot facility has 920 self-storage units. The sale marked the third California self-storage facility Buchanan has bought in the last 12 months.
“We’re thrilled to add this new facility to our storage portfolio. The Chino Hills transaction is an excellent opportunity for us to build presence within a strong market of the rapidly-growing Inland Empire,” said Feerooz Yacoobi, vice president, Buchanan Street Partners.
Buchanan also bought new self-storage facilities in Chula Vista and Vista.
Make-A-Wish Orange County and the Inland Empire has been awarded a three-year, $120,000 grant from the Sharon D. Lund Foundation.
The foundation, led by Michelle Lund, supports arts, health and wellness, human services and higher education initiatives involving child and youth development.
“We continue to find new ways to safely grant life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses, and this generous grant could not have come at a better time,” said Gloria Jetter Crockett, president and CEO of Make-A-Wish Orange County and the Inland Empire.
This money will allow the nonprofit to better serve wish kids and their families in Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside counties,” Crockett said.
The business briefs are compiled and edited by Business Editor Samantha Gowen. Submit items to sgowen@scng.com. High-resolution images also can be submitted. Allow at least one week for publication. Items are edited for length and clarity.
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