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April 18, 2000 | From Reuters
Casino owner and card club operator Pinnacle Entertainment Inc. on Monday agreed to be acquired by the parent of Harveys Casino Resorts in a $675-million stock deal, completing negotiations that began last month. The agreement caps nearly a year of deal-making in which Glendale-based Pinnacle, formerly Hollywood Park Inc., sold or agreed to sell its thoroughbred horse-racing tracks in Los Angeles and Arizona, as well as two Mississippi casinos, to focus on core gambling operations.
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BUSINESS
October 14, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Kennedy-Wilson Inc. said it bought $250 million of nonperforming Japanese property loans for less than 10 cents on the dollar as it continues to scour the country for real estate bargains. The purchase brings to more than $1 billion the face value of Japanese loans that the Beverly Hills-based property management and investment firm has bought in the last 12 months. Japanese banks are writing off delinquent real estate loans made in the late 1980s.
BUSINESS
July 21, 1998 | BRAD BERTON
Santa Monica-based real estate marketing company Kennedy-Wilson Inc. has completed its acquisition of major property management firm Heitman Properties Ltd. from Chicago real estate investment giant Heitman Financial Ltd. The merging of the Beverly Hills-based Heitman Properties operation into Kennedy-Wilson's smaller property management group creates Kennedy-Wilson Properties Ltd.
BUSINESS
December 15, 2000 | From Bloomberg News
Pinnacle Entertainment Inc. shares fell 28% after the company said Thursday that its $1.28-billion sale to rival gaming company Harveys Casino Resorts is being delayed because of turmoil in the debt markets. Pinnacle shares fell $6.06 to close at $15.31 on the New York Stock Exchange, after trading as low as $14.25. The companies, in separate statements released by PRNewswire, said the purchase isn't terminated, though there can be no assurance a transaction will be completed.
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March 28, 1997 | NANCY RIVERA BROOKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just when it looked like Santa Anita Cos. was about to trot into the stables of an investor group that includes Newport Beach real estate mogul Donald Koll and financier Leon Black, it's become a horse race again: Santa Anita Cos. announced Thursday that it has received other proposals.
BUSINESS
June 13, 2000 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An estimated 500 people gathered last week in downtown Los Angeles to hear how changes in technology and the economy are shaping Southern California's real estate market. Speakers and panelists at the Trends 2000 Conference warned of problems posed by shortages of available land, affordable housing and urban sprawl. "We can craft a better future but we better move now," said Jack Kyser, chief economist at the Los Angeles Economic Development Corp.
BUSINESS
April 8, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A Japanese company is seeking to sell the Hotel Bel-Air in West Los Angeles, acquired for more than $100 million in the late 1980s during a Japanese buying spree of well-known American properties, a financier said here Thursday. If the sale goes through, it would mark the latest Japanese retreat from spectacular real estate purchases made in those years. The Japanese tycoon who bought the Pebble Beach golf resort in 1990 was thought to have lost $340 million when he sold it in 1992.
BUSINESS
April 14, 1997 | AMY HARMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Santa Anita Cos., owner of the landmark Arcadia racetrack, said Sunday that it agreed to merge with Meditrust, a health-care real estate investment trust, in a deal valued at about $383 million. Santa Anita Chairman William Baker said the deal would allow the track to continue operating as a racing facility.
BUSINESS
March 29, 1997 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The tortuous chase for control of Santa Anita Cos. took another wide turn Friday when the only bidding group with a publicly announced offer said it has pulled out of the contest. The group--consisting of real estate specialists Koll Co. of Newport Beach, Colony Capital Inc. of Los Angeles and Apollo Real Estate Advisors in New York--made good on an ultimatum in which it threatened to withdraw unless it struck a deal with Santa Anita by the close of business Friday.
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