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July 27, 1999 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Meringoff Equities is expanding its Hollywood area real estate holdings with an agreement to buy the 15-story CNN Tower. Meringoff, controlled by New York real estate developer Stephen Meringoff, declined to give the sale price. People familiar with the deal said the building sold for close to its $24-million asking price. The seller is Copperfield Investments. The sale is expected to close soon, said Rob Langer, managing director of Meringoff Equities.
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April 14, 2006 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
Hollywood may soon face a shortage of office space, some analysts fear. Thus it can been seen as good news that the CNN building there is being sold to investors who plan to keep it for offices and not join the trend of converting such structures to residences. Palo Alto investment firm Broadreach Capital Partners is paying about $50 million for the 14-story tower at 6430 Sunset Blvd.
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BUSINESS
April 14, 2006 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
Hollywood may soon face a shortage of office space, some analysts fear. Thus it can been seen as good news that the CNN building there is being sold to investors who plan to keep it for offices and not join the trend of converting such structures to residences. Palo Alto investment firm Broadreach Capital Partners is paying about $50 million for the 14-story tower at 6430 Sunset Blvd.
BUSINESS
July 27, 1999 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Meringoff Equities is expanding its Hollywood area real estate holdings with an agreement to buy the 15-story CNN Tower. Meringoff, controlled by New York real estate developer Stephen Meringoff, declined to give the sale price. People familiar with the deal said the building sold for close to its $24-million asking price. The seller is Copperfield Investments. The sale is expected to close soon, said Rob Langer, managing director of Meringoff Equities.
BUSINESS
September 8, 1998 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Providing further evidence that real estate investors are betting on a Hollywood comeback, Kennedy-Wilson Inc. is buying two of the long-decayed district's biggest office buildings, and an unidentified institution is buying the well-known CNN tower. Kennedy-Wilson last week bought the 12-story building at 7080 Hollywood Blvd. for about $18 million and will pump another $2 million into improvements, said Bill McMorrow, chief executive of the Santa Monica-based company.
BUSINESS
December 21, 1999 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A dispute over parking spaces has delayed the development of a $50-million Hollywood shopping and entertainment center and is forcing the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce into the awkward position of siding against one of its most prominent members.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 22, 1988 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Where did reality first end and fantasy begin in the long election campaign? It's hard to tell. In this week's convention-goofy Atlanta, however, the merging was finally completed. The morning after her husband, Massachussetts Gov. Michael Dukakis, had received the Democratic nomination for President, Kitty Dukakis was on the 24th floor of the Hyatt Regency Hotel Thursday having a heart-to-heart chat with Joanna Buckley over coffee, fruit and croissants. You know, Joanna Buckley?
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March 3, 1991 | BILL THOMAS, Bill Thomas, a former Baltimore Sun reporter, is working on a book about the changing Soviet economy for Dutton
IT'S DAY FIVE OF "WAR IN THE Gulf," and Zola Murdock, CNN's official "ear on the world," doesn't like what she's hearing. Since the fighting began, Murdock and her staff of viewer-response telephone operators at CNN headquarters in Atlanta have answered roughly 2,000 calls a day; positive, supportive calls, for the most part, give or take a few wackos. But lately she's been getting some negative feedback she thinks top management should know about. - When a retired Army colonel calls from Texas with a plan for winning the war by poisoning the mistress of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, that's business as usual.
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