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Wine Industry

B.R. Cohn Winery sale confirmed

Vintage Wine Estates, among the most active acquirers of North Coast wine properties, on July 24 confirmed it bought 41-year-old B.R. Cohn Winery in Sonoma Valley. The new owner plans to install its own executive team.

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Construction

Ygrene lands $150M in more funding

Ygrene Energy Fund has obtained $150 million in private financing for property-assessed clean energy (PACE) bonds with a large, unnamed insurance provider.

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Banking and Finance

Warren Capital $2.2M settlement proposed

The receiver in the Warren Capital fraud case asked a San Francisco court to approve a $2.2 million settlement with family members of the late Warren "Clay" Stephens and to distribute the money to roughly 70 investors who lost more than $11.2 million.

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Real Estate

Mill Valley 100-room hotel sells for $28M

The 100-room Holiday Inn Express Mill Valley hotel sold to San Francisco- and Denver-based investors for $28 million, or $280,000 a room, or 1.6 times the value it sold for nearly three years ago.

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Law

Warren Capital $2.2M settlement proposed

The receiver in the Warren Capital fraud case asked a San Francisco court to approve a $2.2 million settlement with family members of the late Warren "Clay" Stephens and to distribute the money to roughly 70 investors who lost more than $11.2 million.

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