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  • American Eagle Outfitters’ lingerie retailer is likely expanding to Hawaii with a new location opening at Ala Moana Center in Honolulu, Pacific Business News has learned. Aerie, which was launched by American Eagle in 2006 as the Pittsburgh-based retailers’ first sub-brand, targets female teenagers and women in their early to midddle 20s, the same demographic as Pink by Victoria’s Secret and GapBody. Aerie pulled a building permit Friday with the City and County of Honolulu’s Department…

  • Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corp. has closed on its purchase of 240 rooms at the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa on the Big Island, which will be converted into 112 time-share units, Pacific Business News has learned. The firm, which operates more than 60 resorts with 400,000 owners and members — including such brands as Marriott Vacation Club, Grand Residences by Marriott and The Ritz-Carlton Destination Club — has already spent $1.5 million on this project, with another $37 million to…

  • Editor's note: For the past year, Atlanta Business Chronicle has worked with AIA to showcase the city’s best architecture — the sometimes overlooked representations of its history and culture. The effort has included examples as varied as downtown’s Center for Civil and Human Rights, Midtown office towers such as 1180 Peachtree, and even The Goat Farm, a converted industrial complex on Atlanta’s west side that today hosts underground art, theater and dance events. Piedmont Park’s Isamu…

  • El Dorado Hills residents are getting a new place to unwind. A locally owned business called Flightz is coming to the La Borgata at Serrano shopping center. Flightz will serve wine, craft beer and small plates of food, according to Gretchen Tobin, director of transaction services for ProEquity Real Estate Services. ProEquity represented the landlord and the tenant in the transaction. Flightz owners Michael Griffith and Elisa Michals plan to open the business in September, Tobin said. It will cover…

  • Mike Mirshahzadeh is so excited about the Valley as a place for his business to succeed, he sounds like the marketing arm of the Arizona Commerce Authority. The chief revenue officer of Money Source liked the Valley so much, he moved here from San Francisco. “I didn’t want to open an office in a city where I wouldn’t live,” Mirshahzadeh said. “Quality of life was very important in picking the Phoenix area in the first place.” Money Source planted a second flag in Phoenix with 25,000…