Manufacturer moving to San Bernardino

Hyden Industrial Products, a manufacturer of heat exchangers employed to cool equipment used in the power generation, construction, fluid power and agriculture industries, will move from Corona to San Bernardino.

The San Bernardino Valley Enterprise Zone announced the move Wednesday. The Enterprise Zone is part of a state tax incentive program and its territory includes land in San Bernardino, Colton and nearby unincorporated areas.

Companies inside Enterprise Zones can receive tax credits for hiring new workers and other investments.

Hyden Industrial products has 66 employees and is moving to a 109,000-square-foot building at 1393 E. San Bernardino Ave. The move is expected to be completed by the end of fall.

Staffing firm to host workshop on labor laws in San Bernardino

Finesse Staffing, a Rancho Cucamonga-based job placement firm, is scheduled to host a workshop on labor law and job evaluations Thursday morning.

Best, Best and Krieger partner Roger K. Crawford is is scheduled to lead the workshop, which is to be held from 8 to 9:30 a.m. today at the Office of Economic Development at the San Bernardino Economic Development Agency, 201-B North E Street, San Bernardino.

Reservations will be required.

Information: 909.466.9933.

Realty group buys apartments in San Bernardino, Highland

Phoenix Realty Group on Tuesday announced the $21.5 million purchases of three apartment complexes in San Bernardino and Highland.

Two of the complexes, the 160-unit Ascot Park and 80-unit Summit Place, are in San Bernardino. The 192-unit Park Heights complex is in Highland.

All three properties had been repossessed by a lender in 2009, Phoneix reported. The new owners retained Coastline Real Estate Advisors, a Manhattan Beach property management and real estate firm.

Phoenix Realty Group has offices in Los Angeles and New York.

Solar project complete at SBIA

A 632-kilowatt photovoltaic solar project at San Bernardino International Airport, a Texas solar firm reported.

Solar panel manufacturer Phono Solar of Woodlands, Tex. produced nearly 2,700 panels for the $2.8 million project. Premier Solar of Redlands developed the solar installation for the airport, and the project also included a new parking structure.

Riverside-based GreenTech distributed the panels for Phono Solar.

Live energy generation data from the SBIA project can be viewed online at