December 14, 2012

(Oroville)  Coldwell Banker Commercial DuFour Realty has announced the sale of the 580 acre Kanaka Hydro Electric Power Plant property east of Oroville.  The stunning tract of land along the Sucker Run Creek watershed near Feather Falls, was purchased by an investor for an undisclosed amount of money.

The property is leased to the STS...

August 20, 2011


(Oroville) The Feather river Recreation ad Parks District (F.R.R.P.D.) closed escrow Friday on the purchase of the Oroville Gymnastics and Sports Academy.  The purchase price was $3.4 million dollars.  The 41,706 sq. ft. state of the art facility will be the foundation for a new era of expanded recreation programs that will serve the greater Oroville area for years to come.
"This is a remarkable opportunity and investment into the future", said Mike Donnelly who...
February 11, 2009


(Oroville) Big Lot's, the nation's largest close out retailer is opening it's newest store in Oroville.  The massive discount chain has taken over the former Albertson's grocery store in the Oroville Plaza Shopping Center at the corner of Lincoln & Oro Dam Blvd.
Big Lot's sells a broad range of high-quality, brand name products including consumables, seasonal items, furniture, housewares, toys, electronics, home decor, tools and gifts.  The expansion into the Oroville market is an example of the...
October 27, 2008


(Oroville) The revitalization of Mission Square continues with the arrival of another major tenant.  The Oroville Mercury Register Newspaper has moved its newsroom and sales office into 2124 5th Ave. in the Mission Square Commercial Center.
The Lease was handled by Mike Donnelly of The Group Real Estate.
The Oroville Mercury is the latest in a string of businesses to move into the center.  Edward Jones Investments, Table Mountain Physical Therapy, Lake Oroville Mortgage and The...
September 1, 2008

(Oroville) The dream has been realized for the developers of Mission Square in Oroville, who are celebrating the completion of a new 11,000 sq. ft. commercial complex.  Several new businesses moving into the center are also celebrating, as are the many local contractors who helped make the project possible.

The beautiful Mediterranean style building was developed by long time residents and respected local businesspeople Bill Jones, Ken Harlan and Jim Scurlock, who made every effort possible to hire local builders and contractors.  ...