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New Horizons to Leave Santa Ana for Anaheim

March 10, 2000|Daryl Strickland

New Horizons Worldwide Inc., a major provider of computer training, said Thursday that its main office and training centers will be consolidated next year in a new six-story building under construction in Anaheim.

The company said it has signed a 10-year, $20-million lease to occupy 75,000 square feet in Stadium Gateway, one of several office buildings being developed near Edison International Field.

The company has outgrown a 54,000 square-foot space in Santa Ana's Orange County Business Center, said Mike Ebbing, a New Horizon spokesman. The company will occupy about 30% of the new building once it's completed in mid-2001.

The company is the first to sign up as a tenant for the $40-million, 250,000-square-foot structure being erected by Summit Commercial Properties in El Segundo, a development arm of both Highridge Partners and Mack-Cali Realty Corp.

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