The Glendale Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for Leadership Glendale 2010. The annual program gives local residents and business leaders insights into key aspects of business and civic life in Glendale in order to better prepare them for leadership roles in their business and the community.
Sessions led by local business and government leaders will focus on city government, health care and hospitals, retail business, public schools, transportation, law enforcement, quality-of-life issues and more.
The deadline for applications is Friday, and the opening sessions are Oct. 15 and 16.
More than 225 graduates have completed the Leadership Glendale program, which was launched by the chamber in 1995. For an application and more information, visit http://www.glendalechamber.com or call (818) 240-7870.
Glendale Home Health Care adds two buildings
Glendale Home Health Care has acquired buildings at 906 and 914 N. Glendale Boulevard for $1.77 million.
The off-market purchase of buildings totaling 6,000 square feet was made from a private trust in mid-July. The buildings, most recently used as a dental office and day spa, will serve as the administrative offices of Glendale Home Health Care, according to David Issaians of Coldwell Banker Commercial North Valley.
Glendale Home Health Care provides a range of health-care personnel, including nurses and rehabilitation experts to patients living independently in their own homes.
Issaians and Emil Akopian of Coldwell Banker Commercial North County represented the buyer. The seller was not represented by a broker.
Glendale broker nets $11M sale in Downey
Glendale-based broker Dave Maron of Stevenson Real Estate Services handled an $11-million sale of the Gallatin Plaza retail center in Downey. The 64,000-square-foot center is anchored by as Ralphs supermarket.
Maron represented the private family trust that acquired the property. Orange County-based Pacific Commercial Investments represented the San Juan Capistrano-based seller, Gallatin Plaza LP.
Real estate club meets twice this week
The Investing In Real Estate Club meets in Glendale at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday on the third floor of the Robert Hall Building, 300 West Glenoaks Avenue, Glendale.
Topics include goal setting, planning, incorporating your property, title and goal setting. Admission is $10.
Register online at http://www.weeklyclubs.com or http://www.meetup.com/weeklyclubs.