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November 3, 1991
I applaud C.J. Segerstrom & Sons for their propitious handling of the sexual preference matter recently brought to our attention ("Segerstrom Will Change Policy and Ban Gay Discrimination," Oct. 23). As a civic activist and city commissioner in Costa Mesa, I have always viewed the Segerstrom company and family to be forthright and decent in their community leadership and decision-making. As a longtime resident, I am aware of the many and evolving viewpoints that make up our city's social fabric.
December 13, 1986 | MARY ANN GALANTE, Times Staff Writer
A group of present and former tenants of South Coast Village sued the managing partners of C.J. Segerstrom & Sons, claiming that the developers and operators of South Coast Plaza defrauded them and caused them to lose money. The lawsuit, filed Friday in Orange County Superior Court in Santa Ana, asks for an unstated amount of damages. The defendants include Henry Segerstrom and his cousin, Harold T. Segerstrom Jr., co-managing partners of C.J.
November 14, 1997 | DEBRA CANO
Arts supporter and South Coast Plaza developer Henry Segerstrom has donated $500,000 for a new reading room at Whittier Law School in Costa Mesa. During a ceremony Thursday, officials unveiled a bronze plaque to dedicate the recently completed Segerstrom Family Reading Room. Segerstrom, of C.J. Segerstrom & Sons, and his family were recognized for their generosity and commitment to legal education. Segerstrom called the law school "a jewel for Costa Mesa and the entire Orange County community."
March 3, 1999 | DARYL STRICKLAND
A Los Angeles real estate company on Tuesday acquired Two Town Center, a major development in the heart of South Coast Plaza, for an estimated $145 million, marking one of the largest commercial deals on record in Orange County. CommonWealth Partners bought the complex from Anton Street Associates, an affiliate of C.J. Segerstrom & Sons, and its partner, Prudential Insurance Co. of America. Analysts said the sale is further proof that the commercial real estate market has rebounded.
April 17, 1988
The Costa Mesa City Council on Monday will again consider placing a referendum on the ballot that could overturn an amendment to the city's general plan allowing the controversial C.J. Segerstrom & Sons Home Ranch project to proceed. Home Ranch is to be an office complex on a site north of the San Diego Freeway between Harbor Boulevard and Fairview Road. At its meeting April 4, the council postponed making a decision until the legal staff could review the matter further.
February 7, 1985
David Tappan Jr., chairman of Irvine-based Fluor Corp., has been reelected chairman of the Orange County Business Committee for the Arts, a corporate liaison and informational organization. Other reelected officers are three vice chairmen: Thomas Nielsen, president, Irvine Co.; Henry Segerstrom, managing partner, C. J. Segerstrom & Sons, and Philip Reilly, president, Mission Viejo Co. Harry Bubb, president of Pacific Mutual has been elected to the fourth vice chairman's post.
August 24, 1986 | Times staff writers Mark Landsbaum and Jerry Hicks compiled the Week in Review stories.
Six weeks before its opening, the Orange County Performing Arts Center's 3,000-seat multipurpose theater in Costa Mesa was dedicated last Sunday and given its official name--Segerstrom Hall--after a family that one admirer called "the Medici of Costa Mesa." The $70.7-million theater is named after the family that runs the Costa Mesa-based C.J. Segerstrom & Sons development firm and is the Center's chief benefactor. The theater's opening Sept.
October 14, 1987
Speakers will begin spreading the word about Orange County's upcoming 100th birthday in a presentation Thursday before the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce. Orange County marks its first century of as a county in 1989, but festivities are to begin in August, 1988. Orange County Centennial Inc. a nonprofit organization chartered to oversee a year of events, has formed a speakers bureau to address groups and generate public interest in upcoming centennial festivities.
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