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Biz News: Prada opens pop-up store in South Coast Plaza

Biz News: Prada opens pop-up store in South Coast Plaza
South Coast Plaza is hosting a pop-up Prada store called “Prada Spirit” till Feb. 19. (Courtesy of South Coast Plaza)

'Prada Spirit," a pop-up store, will offer exclusive products at South Coast Plaza through Feb. 19.

Company representatives say the 26-square-meter store represents "a new step forward in the exploration of alternative shopping experiences."

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Z Supply opens first store in Newport Beach

Z Supply, an online clothing brand, has opened a temporary store in Fashion Island.

The location is the first dedicated space for the label, which focuses on wardrobe basics.

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Vessel documentation company opens

Reliable Documentation recently opened an office at 1901 Newport Blvd., Suite 27, in Costa Mesa.

The company run by Kathi Ford provides vessel documentation and registration services.

Costa Mesa circuit board maker buys N.Y. firm

TTM Technologies, a Costa Mesa-based circuit board manufacturer, is buying Anaren Inc. for $775 million, according to a news release.

New York-based Anaren makes radio frequency components and subsystems for the aerospace, defense, networking and communications markets.

The sale is subject to regulatory approvals.

Costa Mesa-based Mother’s Market expands to Signal Hill

Mother's Market and Kitchen, a Costa Mesa-based natural and organic foods retailer, has opened a new store in Signal Hill.

The 13,000-square-foot store will employ 100 workers. A grand opening is planned for Feb. 17.

Learning Center opens in Newport Beach

Mathnasium has opened a new franchise learning center at 2610 E. Coast Hwy. in Newport Beach.

The center serves children in grades 2-12.

Newport Beach firm buys Las Vegas buildings

Newport Beach-based BKM Capital Partners has acquired a cluster of industrial buildings in Las Vegas near McCarran International Airport, according to a news report.

The sale for 13 buildings and a 4-acre parking lot was $92 million — the biggest in terms of size and price in the company's history, according to a director who spoke with the Las Vegas Review Journal. BKM plans to make various upgrades to the buildings.

Pasadena firm acquires Newport-based Bridgenet

Bridgenet International, a Newport Beach-based airplane noise and airspace issues consultant, has been acquired by Tetra Tech.

Tetra Tech, a Pasadena-based construction and engineering management firm, did not disclose terms of the transaction.

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