HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF. — Edinger Plaza, a 155,000-square-foot retail center in Huntington Beach, has completed its $20-million renovation, which commenced in late 2011. Improvements to the plaza included site, landscaping and exterior upgrades. A few of the center’s buildings were also expanded. They include a vacant 25,000-square-foot building that was expanded to 47,948 square feet to accommodate Dick’s Sporting Goods; another vacant building that was expanded to 34,000 square feet to accommodate Nordstrom Rack; and a Michaels store that was expanded to 25,000 square feet. The center also received a new drive-thru Starbucks. Edinger Plaza is now 94 percent leased. Ken Shishido and Chris Wilson of Wilson Commercial Real Estate serve as the center’s leasing agents, while Coreland Companies oversees the property management. MPA acted as project manager of the plaza’s redevelopment.

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