Stock Five Development

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Corcoran Starbucks

We secured this property on January 9th, 2023 in Kings County. It is approximately 18,000 square feet, and we are building a Starbucks lobby with a drive-thru. It is expected to be completed by the end of March 2024. For questions about the opening date, contact Desiree Naranjo at

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Tulare Starbucks

We secured this property on May 6th, 2022 in Tulare County. It’s approximately 25,000 square feet, and we built a Starbucks kiosk with a drive-thru and walk-up window. It has been open for business since January 2023 and is currently in escrow. For questions, contact Desiree Naranjo at Download PDF

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Guy Stockbridge

The concept of doing landscape construction and maintenance came about in 1987 when Guy established a small home-based company for residential clientele. Thanks to a couple years of continual growth the company’s services expanded in 1989 and after seven years of annual revenue and geographical growth Guy incorporated the company as Elite Landscaping. During the

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Visalia Starbucks

We secured this property on April 8th, 2022 in the Visalia area. It’s approximately 28,044 square feet, and we built a Starbucks lobby store with a drive-thru. The Grand Opening took place on October 28, 2023 and was sold February 2024.

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7-11 Madera

We secured this property on January 15th 2022 in Madera County. It’s approximately 2.25 acres, and we are in the process of building a 7-Eleven. The convenience store is expected to be completed next year with the remaining acres on the parcel still under development. For questions/inquiries about availability, contact Desiree Alvarado at

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Ranisa Wells

Ranisa’s first job in accounting and business management for a restoration company jumpstarted her career in construction. For over years 15 years, Ranisa has specialized in all phases of development.

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