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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 1992
Artwork from a sixth-grade class at Arovista Elementary School will be placed on permanent display at the Brea Embassy Suites Hotel. Under the guidance of teacher Laurie Brown, the students made papier-mache mummies earlier this year while studying the history of ancient Egypt. Brown arranged to have the children's work placed on temporary display at the Embassy Suites because of the hotel's ancient-Egyptian decor, hotel officials said.
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BUSINESS
August 1, 1989 | MICHAEL FLAGG, Times Staff Writer
Holiday Corp. said it sold its Embassy Suites hotel in Irvine near John Wayne Airport for $42.6 million. The hotel company said it sold the 293-room hotel to "an offshore investor." Holiday Corp. executives couldn't be reached to elaborate. The price represents an average $145,000 per room. The company said its Embassy Suites Inc. unit will continue to manage the property. The hotel opened in December, 1986, and a spokesman said it has reached and exceeded the break-even point for occupancy.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 1992
Artwork from a sixth-grade class at Arovista Elementary School will be placed on permanent display at the Brea Embassy Suites Hotel. Under the guidance of teacher Laurie Brown, the students made papier-mache mummies earlier this year while studying the history of ancient Egypt. Brown arranged to have the children's work placed on temporary display at the Embassy Suites because of the hotel's ancient-Egyptian decor, hotel officials said.
BUSINESS
February 10, 1989 | From United Press International
About 1,400 people who invested $98 million in limited partnerships to build six Embassy Suites hotels in California filed suit Thursday, contending that they were victims of a massive fraud scheme. Four named plaintiffs filed the suit in U.S. District Court on behalf of themselves and the other investors across the country who participated in a plan to build hotels in El Segundo, Downey, Santa Ana, Oxnard and Napa and Burlingame in Northern California.
BUSINESS
February 10, 1989 | From United Press International
About 1,400 people who invested $98 million in limited partnerships to build Embassy Suites hotels in Santa Ana and five other California cities filed suit Thursday in Los Angeles, contending that they were victims of a massive fraud scheme. Four named plaintiffs filed the suit in U.S.
REAL ESTATE
October 6, 1985
I would like to supply you with some additional information that was not in an Aug. 18 article you ran about the new Embassy Suites/Los Angeles International Airport. The hotel is owned by LAX Granada Associates, a California partnership. It is managed by Embassy Suites, Inc., the owner and operator of the Embassy Suites hotel system. Embassy Suites, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Holiday Corporation. JOAN M. HERMAN Dallas Herman is assistant manager, public relations, Embassy Suites Inc.
REAL ESTATE
January 31, 1988
An August completion is expected for the $22-million, 12-story Embassy Suites hotel at Pacific Highway and Market Street in downtown San Diego. Designed by BSHA and Tucker, Sadler & Bennett, the 335-suite hotel is being built by C. A. Larsen Construction Co. and Pepper Construction Co. It is a joint venture between Santa Fe Pacific Realty and Embassy Suites Inc. A few miles to the north, Coldwell Banker Real Estate Finance Services has arranged $37.
REAL ESTATE
August 9, 1987
Embassy Suites Inc. has opened its first San Diego-area all-suites hotel at 4550 La Jolla Village Drive. The $30-million 12-story hotel is the company's 14th California location, with four other under construction. McDevitt & Street Co. of Charlotte, N. C., was general contractor, and San Diego-based Buss, Silvers and Hughes Associates was the architect.
BUSINESS
August 1, 1989 | MICHAEL FLAGG, Times Staff Writer
Holiday Corp. said it sold its Embassy Suites hotel in Irvine near John Wayne Airport for $42.6 million. The hotel company said it sold the 293-room hotel to "an offshore investor." Holiday Corp. executives couldn't be reached to elaborate. The price represents an average $145,000 per room. The company said its Embassy Suites Inc. unit will continue to manage the property. The hotel opened in December, 1986, and a spokesman said it has reached and exceeded the break-even point for occupancy.
BUSINESS
February 10, 1989 | From United Press International
About 1,400 people who invested $98 million in limited partnerships to build six Embassy Suites hotels in California filed suit Thursday, contending that they were victims of a massive fraud scheme. Four named plaintiffs filed the suit in U.S. District Court on behalf of themselves and the other investors across the country who participated in a plan to build hotels in El Segundo, Downey, Santa Ana, Oxnard and Napa and Burlingame in Northern California.
BUSINESS
February 10, 1989 | From United Press International
About 1,400 people who invested $98 million in limited partnerships to build Embassy Suites hotels in Santa Ana and five other California cities filed suit Thursday in Los Angeles, contending that they were victims of a massive fraud scheme. Four named plaintiffs filed the suit in U.S.
REAL ESTATE
September 20, 1987
The $30-million, 12-story La Jolla Embassy Suites has opened two months ahead of schedule at 4550 La Jolla Village Drive, La Jolla. Its 335 two-room suites represent the 14th hotel in California for the Irving, Tex.-based Embassy Suites Inc., and its first in the San Diego area. Buss, Silvers & Hughes Associates of San Diego was the architect.
REAL ESTATE
July 6, 1986
Construction has started on an $18-million, 335-suite Embassy Suites hotel on La Jolla Village Drive in the heart of San Diego's "Golden Triangle" development area. Completion of the 12-story hotel between Interstates 5 and 805 is scheduled for the winter of 1987, according to Byron Head, western region construction manager for Dallas-based Embassy Suites Inc.
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