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76-Unit Community Is Sold Near Downtown Fresno, CA

COSTA MESA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Mogharebi Group (“TMG”) has arranged the sale of The Reserve, a 76-unit community located just outside of the downtown area of Fres...

COSTA MESA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Mogharebi Group (“TMG”) has arranged the sale of The Reserve, a 76-unit community located just outside of the downtown area of Fresno, CA. The property sold for $10,000,000, equating to $131K per unit or $119 per square foot. Robin Kane and Brendan Kane of The Mogharebi Group represented the seller, a long-term SoCal based owner; the buyer is a private investment group based out of Southern California.

“The Reserve’s prime location between 8 schools and the nearby downtown makes this a highly attractive locale for investors”

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Built in 1968, The Reserve is located on 220 South Callisch Ave. and comprises two-, three-, and four-bedroom extra-large units. Community amenities include well-manicured grounds, a pool and spa, on-call / on-site maintenance, an on-site laundry facility, and controlled access capabilities. The Reserve is within walking distance to Fresno’s Downtown, filled with a plethora of dining and nightlife options, high-end shopping, and unique architecture.

“Fresno has been a top five market in the nation for Year-Over-Year Rent Growth. The Reserve presented a phenomenal opportunity given its unit mix of two-, three- and four-bedroom units,” said Robin Kane of The Mogharebi Group. “The Reserve’s prime location between 8 schools and the nearby downtown makes this a highly attractive locale for investors,” Kane added.

The Reserve is located in the Fresno urban core within a designated opportunity zone, which highlights the surrounding area for new private and public investments for community-level impact. Commutable to 848,000 jobs within a 30-, 60-, and 90-minute commute of The Reserve, there are approximately 401,905, 662,575, and 847,905 jobs, respectively. The 99 and 180 Highways offer easy access to employment for an increasingly robust tenant base throughout Fresno, Clovis, and the surrounding Central Valley.

About The Mogharebi Group

The Mogharebi Group is one of the largest multifamily brokerage firms in the United States by volume. With offices throughout California, Seattle, and Salt Lake City, The Mogharebi Group offers private investors and investment funds deep local market knowledge, an extensive global network of top real estate investors, state-of-the-art technology, and direct access to capital with over $800 million in regularly revolving inventory.

For more information, visit: Mogharebi.com

Fresno County has a homelessness plan using CA money. Why one supervisor won’t support it

A new homelessness action plan adopted Tuesday by the Fresno County Board of Supervisors aims to reduce the number of unsheltered people in the Fresno-Madera area by about 8% from 2020 levels over the next two years.The action plan is one requirement for the county’s Department of Social Services and the Fresno Madera Continuum of Care on Homelessness to receive about $6.7 million through June 2024 for programs to serve the region’s homeless &n...

A new homelessness action plan adopted Tuesday by the Fresno County Board of Supervisors aims to reduce the number of unsheltered people in the Fresno-Madera area by about 8% from 2020 levels over the next two years.

The action plan is one requirement for the county’s Department of Social Services and the Fresno Madera Continuum of Care on Homelessness to receive about $6.7 million through June 2024 for programs to serve the region’s homeless – a population estimated last year at almost 3,800 people.

About $1.2 million more could be available if the county reaches its service goals.

The money will be used for street outreach to unsheltered people and families to steer them to assistance programs; “rapid rehousing” services including rental assistance; engaging landlords to expand the available inventory of affordable housing; emergency shelter and case management; interim housing as people and families await placement in permanent housing; and diversion programs to connect clients seeking emergency shelter with permanent housing to avoid homelessness in the first place.

The plan also includes services for homeless youths ages 18 to 24.

The money is from a third round of grants from the state’s Homeless Housing Assistance and Prevention program. It is but one piece of an array of funding sources aimed at helping the homeless in Fresno County, the city of Fresno and Madera County that, over recent years, have added up to tens of millions of dollars, said Laura Moreno, a program manager with the county’s Department of Social Services and chairwoman of the Fresno Madera Continuum of Care.

The COVID-19 pandemic also brought in multiple pots of money to the county and its neighbors for homeless assistance, much of it targeted toward specific components of the population including veterans, disabled, people receiving CalWorks assistance, and more, Moreno said. “This (grant and plan) isn’t all that there is; there’s a whole lot of other things happening,” she said.

County supervisors Brian Pacheco, Buddy Mendes, Nathan Magsig and Sal Quintero all voted to approve the plan during the board’s meeting Tuesday morning. Supervisor Steve Brandau, whose District 2 includes the northwest area of the city of Fresno, was the lone “no” vote on the plan.

Brandau did not explain his vote during the meeting. “I didn’t hear a plan,” Brandau told The Fresno Bee after the meeting. “I could not relay with confidence that there is a plan.”

Brandau added that it’s not that the money isn’t needed to help the homeless, but that he was looking for more tangible signals of effectiveness and results from the programs. “What was lacking was a genuine, authentic update on how we are improving lives with all this money,” he told The Bee.

More than $3.1 million of this round of money from the state between now and June 2025 is aimed at emergency shelter and bridge housing services. Almost $2.2 million will be directed toward two years of rapid rehousing services to serve about 60 adults and 11 young adults ages 18 to 24.

Between street-level outreach to homeless people and direct shelter, interim and permanent housing services, the plan establishes a goal of increasing the number of people who have access to services by 1,137, or about 30% from 2020 levels. It also calls for reducing the number of people who are homeless and without shelter on a daily basis by 215, or about 8% of 2020 levels.

Moreno said homeless people are more likely to benefit from staying in shelters for several months rather than one or two nights of emergency shelter.

“We really hope that people stay longer, because usually one night, two nights, one week or one month isn’t going to resolve the issues in most cases that led people to homelessness,” Moreno told supervisors Tuesday. “So we’re really looking at three to six months at least.”

At the height of the coronavirus pandemic, she added, some individuals were housed in shelters for as long as a year or more because county health officials recommended that homeless people stay in one place rather than return to the streets.

In some instances, diversion programs may help people experiencing a one-time emergency such as a car breakdown that disrupted their ability to get to work and forced them to lose their housing. “Maybe we can … quickly repair the car and maybe get them back into housing (so) that their stay isn’t very long,” Moreno said.

“But for others, it’s usually a bit of a cycle, something that occurred that really is not one time,” she added. “We’d like those folks to stay longer.”

While the goals in the plan adopted Tuesday are based on 2020 estimates, the current scope of homelessness in Fresno and the greater Fresno/Madera counties area is difficult pin down.

The latest attempt to count the homeless population in the area was the January 2020 Point in Time survey conducted by the Fresno Madera Continuum of Care. At that time, the estimate of 3,641 homeless – concentrated mostly in the city of Fresno – represented a 43% increase from the 2019 survey.

The coronavirus pandemic forced cancellation of the 2021 Point in Time survey. A 2022 survey was conducted in February, but the tally from that effort has not been released by the Fresno Madera Continuum of Care. Moreno said results are likely to be released in July.

Earlier this year, however, the city of Fresno estimated that there were about 5,200 homeless in Fresno and Madera counties, including 4,200 in the city alone.

This new Fresno burger restaurant isn’t open yet, but already has thousands of followers

A new restaurant serving juicy smash burgers is gearing up to open in northwest Fresno – and it’s already got thousands of followers.Flippin’ Dave’s Burgers and Fries is a locally-owned restaurant scheduled to open at Shaw and Blythe avenues at 11 a.m. Friday, June 24. It’s in the same shopping center as Costco, just a few doors down from Chipotle.The restaurant has more than 10,000 followers ...

A new restaurant serving juicy smash burgers is gearing up to open in northwest Fresno – and it’s already got thousands of followers.

Flippin’ Dave’s Burgers and Fries is a locally-owned restaurant scheduled to open at Shaw and Blythe avenues at 11 a.m. Friday, June 24. It’s in the same shopping center as Costco, just a few doors down from Chipotle.

The restaurant has more than 10,000 followers on Instagram. And judging from their comments online, they are eagerly awaiting its opening.

The Instagram account has been building a following for months with luscious pictures of its burger patties – sometimes stacked three high – with melted cheese and and its house-made sauce.

Owner David Mkhitaryan has done this before. He’s the Fresno-based restaurateur behind the Angry Chickz restaurants in town.

He started that business in Southern California before returning home to Fresno. The restaurants specializing in Nashville hot chicken now have 18 locations, including three in Fresno and others around the valley.

He’s applying that same format – a simple, limited menu – to burgers by opening Flippin’ Daves.

The restaurant will have four combinations on the menu: A hamburger, cheeseburger, double cheeseburger and grilled cheese.

He calls them smash burgers because the never-frozen Angus beef is smashed into the griddle with a metal tool.

“Get them as thin as possible, thin but juicy,” Mkhitaryan said. “There’s a key to making smash burgers. You want to get the crust around it crispy and get the middle juicy.”

You can also get french fries, either on their own, with melted cheese, or more toppings. The Flippin’ fries, for example, come with two slices of melted American cheese, grilled onions and two burger patties with a slice of cheese in the middle, with Dave’s sauce (its signature sauce made in house) on top of it all.

How does one even eat all that?

“Oh trust me, with a fork,” Mkhitaryan said. “I was actually eating that 20 minutes ago and it’s special.”

At its June 24 opening, the restaurant will give away free Flippin’ Dave’s merchandise to the first 100 customers.

Hours are still being worked out, but the restaurant most likely will be open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.

“We’re just doing the best we can, just putting it out there, trying to build up as much following as we can,” he said. “Fresno deserves stuff like this.”

Details: Flippin’ Dave’s opens at 11 a.m. Friday, June 24 at 4434 W. Shaw Ave.

This story was originally published June 16, 2022 1:00 PM.

Fresno, CA Real Estate Multimedia Marketing Campaigns Launched By EnFuegoMedia

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your 1-week free trial to StreetInsider Premium here. Fresno, California-based SEO marketing agency EnFuegoMedia (408-617-8243) has launched a new content marketing solution, designed to help residential real estate companies attract new clients.Fresno, California--(Newsfile Corp. - June 20, 2022) - The new services cover various content types, including arti...

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Fresno, California-based SEO marketing agency EnFuegoMedia (408-617-8243) has launched a new content marketing solution, designed to help residential real estate companies attract new clients.

Fresno, California--(Newsfile Corp. - June 20, 2022) - The new services cover various content types, including articles, blog posts, podcasts, infographics, slideshows, and videos. Content is produced by a team of talented writers, in combination with innovative AI technology, and is targeted towards specific areas and sectors to ensure maximum results.

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Publishing content across high-authority websites, the new content marketing campaigns from EnFuegoMedia will increase online presence, build brand awareness, and improve SEO outcomes. This will help smaller agencies that often find it difficult to compete in the online space.

The new services are designed to connect real estate businesses with the increasingly growing online audiences. According to consulting firm Kepios, there were 307.2 million internet users in the US in January 2022, representing a 92% penetration rate. It added that between 2021 and 2022, the number of users grew by 8.4 million, suggesting the possibility that actual numbers could be higher.

EnFuegoMedia said that, because of this unrestrained growth, businesses in the real estate industry can no longer afford to ignore their online presence.

The companys marketing services are designed to take full advantage of widespread internet adoption, as evidenced by their ability to tap into the platforms frequented by most prospective clients.

EnFuegoMedias solution comes in two tiers, with the standard service offering custom content creation and subsequent publication to over 400 prominent websites. A more premium service, known as a marketing event, is also available for customers who want to further increase the number of targeted platforms.

About EnFuegoMedia

Combining media contacts with extensive knowledge of SEO methods, EnFuegoMedia was established to help smaller local businesses to leverage the latest digital marketing techniques. In addition to content marketing, the firm offers a range of website audits and other search engine optimization strategies. Real Estate companies are invited to discuss their own marketing requirements with a consultant.

A company representative recently stated: Not only do we provide a detailed SEO site audit and recommendations, but when were able to implement a full strategy, our clients traffic goes through the roof for every keyword we want to rank for. Thats because we develop strategies that earn revenue from search, and these strategies keep giving back to our clients.

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Incarcerated artists in Central Valley prisons use their talents to give local kids the gift of skateboarding

Hand-painted skateboards to be auctioned off, proceeds will help secure new equipment for kids in needFresno – In recognition of National Skateboarding Day on June 21, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) lauds its partnership with Fresno Skateboard Salvage, which works with several California prisons in the Central Valley to help underprivileged kids enjoy the many benefits of skateboarding.For the past three years, Fresno Skateboard Salvage Founder Rodney Rodriguez has worked with ...

Hand-painted skateboards to be auctioned off, proceeds will help secure new equipment for kids in need

Fresno – In recognition of National Skateboarding Day on June 21, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) lauds its partnership with Fresno Skateboard Salvage, which works with several California prisons in the Central Valley to help underprivileged kids enjoy the many benefits of skateboarding.

For the past three years, Fresno Skateboard Salvage Founder Rodney Rodriguez has worked with Avenal State Prison, California State Prison – Corcoran, and Valley State Prison in Chowchilla to allow incarcerated artists to paint skateboard decks. The completed decks are auctioned off and help fund the program.

Rodriguez personally delivers art supplies and salvaged boards to institutions on a rolling basis. Incarcerated artists then design the skateboards to reflect super heroes, sports icons, and pop culture. Boards take artists approximately six months to complete.

More than 800 skateboards and helmets have been provided to kids in the community. Many of these donations have been made possible by the artwork provided by the incarcerated population.

A skater himself, Rodriguez visits parks in search of youth who may be in need of equipment upgrades and provides them with new boards and safety equipment, which they may not otherwise be able to afford.

Giving kids quality gear is a way to share a sport that has had a huge impact on his life, physically and mentally.

Skateboarding is much more than a great workout. According to a recent study by the Pullias Center for Higher Education at University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education, skateboarding improves mental health, gives skaters a sense of community, and encourages diversity and resilience.

“These incarcerated artists are helping give young skaters a positive outlet. They are giving them the gift of skateboarding,” said Rodriguez. “I’ve received such positive feedback from incarcerated artists, those who purchase the completed boards and, of course, the kids.”

In honor of Go Skateboarding Day this year, Fresno Skateboard Salvage will be providing gear and brief lessons to 25 Native American youth at Fresno City College.

Afterwards, they will have an opportunity to skate with the Apache Skateboard Team. Some of the donated boards were purchased using funds made through boards painted by incarcerated people.

The next round of skateboards will be auctioned off in a few months through the Fresno Skateboard Salvage Facebook page.

There will be 45 boards available, hand-painted by artists at Valley State Prison.

Learn more about Fresno Skateboard Salvage at their website: https://www.fresnoskateboardsalvage.org/#how

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