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Turton Exits CB Richard Ellis

Two years after forming one of the largest and most successful teams at brokerage CB Richard Ellis’ Sacramento office, Ken Turton has left the company and is exploring other options.

Newest Bento Box Will Open This Fall

Jonathan Kim, owner of the two Bento Box restaurants, is opening a new location later this year in downtown Sacramento. Kim was represented by Daniel Mueller of Turton Commercial Real Estate.

Sports basement Plans Delayed but Still on Track

Sports Basement hasn’t forgotten Sacramento.The retailer that committed $4.5 million for the former Bank of America Building at 730 I St. last November with plans to open a store there is still proceeding. “Sports Basement is moving forward,” said Ken Turton, the real estate broker who handled the Sports Basement deal.

Foreclosure Filing Takes Aim at Macy’s Building

Lenders have foreclosed on the downtown Sacramento building that houses the Macy’s store for men and furniture. The foreclosure could be a good thing for the city of Sacramento, downtown broker Ken Turton said, if it results in a new ownership group that is cooperative and knowledgeable about urban retail. The mall, which is reportedly up for sale, could be purchased by a different buyer, or one buyer could purchase both properties.

Bento Box: Asian Dining in Midtown/Downtown Sacramento Staying Open Late

The recent recession cost Jonathan Kim his job in the building maintenance industry, but it also opened the door for him to follow a dream he’d had for years – owning a restaurant...Turton Commercial Real Estate is working with Kim, and he said the restaurant, which is about 6,000 square feet and will seat approximately 230, has an outside patio that is covered and heated, and there will be a quick-service window where people can pick up a cup of coffee or crepes in the mornings.