Luxury: The Piazza Atrium adds a social hub to the cruise ship Sapphire Princess.
Comfort: Sales of the Bratz and Moxie Girls True Hope Doll Line will raise money for research and treatment at City of Hope.
Loans: Dale Van Dellen started Account Control Technology after his father fired him from the family business. “I am always looking to get to the next level,” he said.
Direction: Liz Iversen in a mock cockpit of an E-2D aircraft in the Rotorcraft Avionics Innovation Lab at Northrop Grumman Navigation Systems in Woodland Hills.
Soles: Martha and Miguel Lazarit work together at Salpy Shoes in Sun Valley.
Size: Racing helmet with Replay camera.
Housing: The Millenium Warner Center apartments sold for $133 million last year.
Tenants: A bidding war took place over this Sun Valley property. PartsChannel Inc. moves into the building in April.
Space: With vacancies declining in the Santa Clarita Valley the timing was right for a new building, said Weston Cookler.
Plans: Real estate developers are ready to build in Santa Clarita, such as at this location owned by LNR Property LLC.
Manager: Jeannie Slitzky has worked as a manager for Mel Fox for 18 years.
Physical: Dr. Chawn Watkins examines Aaron Avalos, 3 years, at the Valley Community Clinic in North Hollywood.
Cars: Automated parking takes up less space.
Health: Unit has 11 beds and specialized staff.
Jurassic: Adult shoe line launches in the fall.
Renovate: Updated look for mall will be completed by October, manager said.
Planes: The U.S military is cutting back on F-35 purchases.
Animals: Kriser’s promotes social interaction between owners and their pets.
Cinedigm: Distributes 3D content.
Empty: LNR Property LLC will build a new industrial park on this Santa Clarita land.
Hospital: CEO Gustavo A. “Gus” Valdespino reflects on the hospital’s history.