February 21, 2003 |
Venice Crossroads, a retail center developed by Irvine-based Crown Realty & Development, has been sold to a group of individual Los Angeles-area investors in a partnership called HOMA. The principals did not disclose the sale price, but local real estate sources estimate that the 160,000-square-foot center at Venice and Robertson boulevards in Los Angeles traded for more than $40 million. Major tenants include Ross, Albertson's and Sav-On.
August 27, 2003 |
An upgrade of the aging Burbank Media City Center was announced Tuesday by Crown Realty, the Irvine developer that bought the 41-acre mall for $110 million in March. The Magnolia Boulevard entrance will be reconfigured to make way for two restaurants, one of which will be a P.F. Chang's China Bistro. A second eatery will open on the east side of the main entrance.
April 28, 2001 |
Crown Realty & Development, an Irvine real estate developer, said Friday it has acquired an office complex in Brea for $25 million from Legacy Partners Inc. in Irvine. The complex on Imperial Highway consists of a pair of two-story buildings. One is a largely vacant 105,000-square-foot building, the other is a 90,000-square-foot structure that serves as headquarters for mineral water company Perrier Group of North America. Crown also said it paid $8 million to buy a Colorado Springs, Colo.
January 22, 2003 |
An Orange County developer is set to buy the Burbank Media City Center mall in a transaction valued at more than $110 million. If completed, the acquisition would increase Irvine-based Crown Realty & Development's Burbank holdings to more than 70 acres of property in and around downtown. The 1.2-million-square-foot mall is being sold by Pan Pacific Retail Properties Inc.
September 4, 1997 |
A hotel, restaurant and office complex on a high-profile lot across from Anaheim Stadium was approved Wednesday by the city Planning Commission. Newport Beach-based Crown Realty & Development Inc. will build the Stadium Crossings project, which will cost up to $40 million, at the northeast corner of Katella Avenue and State College Boulevard. Crown Realty President Robert A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 7, 2007 |
Former Mayor James K. Hahn has agreed to pay $5,450 in fines to settle allegations by the executive director of the city Ethics Commission that he violated campaign finance rules in his unsuccessful reelection campaign. Hahn, who lost the 2005 election to Antonio Villaraigosa, conceded that he exceeded the $1,000 limit on individual contributions in seven cases between June 12, 2003, and Nov. 30, 2004, including $2,000 in checks from Crown Realty and Development Inc. and owner Robert A. Flaxman.