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May 23, 1986
Nancy R. Walters has resigned as special events director of Ernest W. Hahn, Inc. to start a new company.
June 9, 1985
John Visconsi, most recently senior development leasing manager for Ernest W. Hahn Inc. has formed the Visconi Co. to specialize in the acquisition, leasing and development of commercial /investment properties in Southern California. The new firm's offices are at 973 A Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach.
January 13, 1985
Construction of the Village at Corte Madera is under way with completion scheduled for next September. The $60-million, 428,000-square-foot regional shopping center, being built off U.S. 101 in the Bay Area community of Corte Madera, was designed by Millard Archuleta Associates of Los Angeles. The Developer is Ernest W. Hahn Inc. of San Diego.
May 18, 1986
Rancho Las Palmas Office Park, 42-600 to 42-900 Bob Hope Drive, Rancho Mirage, has been sold by Hahn Devcorp, a subsidiary of Ernest W. Hahn Inc., to S. B. D. Associates of Tustin for more than $3 million. The park consists of four one-story office buildings containing about 10,000 square feet on 4.9 acres of land. All parties to the sale were represented by Coldwell Banker Commercial Real Estate Services.
June 15, 1986
Millard Archuleta Associates, Los Angeles, has won the National Mall Monitor Magazine's Centers of Excellence Award. Jerde Partnership, Los Angeles, Also was associated with the project. The winning entry was the Village Corte Madera in the "Open center over 125,000 square feet" category. The Village is a 426,000-square-foot shopping center developed by Ernest W. Hahn Inc., San Diego, and Newman Brettin Properties of Long Beach.
September 11, 1985
Work will begin this week on temporary landscaping on the sidewalk along the 4th Avenue side of Horton Plaza, redevelopment officials announced. The Centre City Development Corp., in conjunction with Horton Plaza developer Ernest W. Hahn Inc. and the Gaslamp Quarter Council, developed the plan to connect the plaza with the Gaslamp Quarter by installing a concrete, landscaped walkway leading to the center's garage elevator. Landscaping will include large ornamental pots with shrubs and trees.
April 3, 1985
Burbank officials announced Tuesday that executives for the Nordstrom's department store chain have agreed to open a store in the Towncenter shopping center, scheduled to open by 1987. City Manager Andrew Lazzaretto said he had received a call from a representative of the shopping center's developer, Ernest W. Hahn Inc., saying that a Nordstrom's store would open by the fall of 1989 in the shopping center. Three other department stores--The Broadway, J.C.
February 5, 1987
The proposed Burbank Towncenter, a redevelopment project plagued by delays and setbacks since it was planned more than a decade ago, was formally pronounced dead by the Burbank City Council on Tuesday. The council, acting as the city's redevelopment agency, found developer Ernest W. Hahn Inc. in default of its agreement to produce the shopping center for the city.
January 8, 1987
The developer of the planned Burbank Towncenter shopping mall told the Burbank City Council Wednesday that he has not found a fourth anchor department store to replace the Robinson's department store, which withdrew from the project last year. John Gilchrist, president of the mall's developer, Ernest W. Hahn Inc., told council members that, because of the holiday season, he had not yet been able to meet with executives of department stores that might replace Robinson's.
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