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August 22, 1985 | GREG BRAXTON, Times Staff Writer
Burbank officials said they will reconsider a recommendation that the contract for development of a troubled seven-acre site be awarded to a Beverly Hills contractor and reevaluate two other proposals for the city-owned property. The Burbank City Council agreed to review the proposals for the vacant property after last-minute lobbying at Tuesday's meeting by the two developers who appeared to have lost out in bids for the contract.
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March 29, 1989 | BILL BOYARSKY, Times City-County Bureau Chief
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday approved refinancing a $52-million loan for a downtown Bunker Hill apartment house in a deal that will save money for both the developer and the city. The proposal generated a brief debate over whether it would eliminate low- and moderate-income units in the building in the face of the city's housing shortage. The measure was amended to preserve the affordable apartments before it was sent to Mayor Tom Bradley on a 14-0 vote.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1989 | BILL BOYARSKY, Times City-County Bureau Chief
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday approved refinancing a $52-million loan for a downtown Bunker Hill apartment house in a deal that will save money for both the developer and the city. The proposal generated a brief debate over whether it would eliminate low- and moderate-income units in the building in the face of the city's housing shortage. The measure was amended to preserve the affordable apartments before it was sent to Mayor Tom Bradley on a 14-0 vote.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 22, 1985 | GREG BRAXTON, Times Staff Writer
Burbank officials said they will reconsider a recommendation that the contract for development of a troubled seven-acre site be awarded to a Beverly Hills contractor and reevaluate two other proposals for the city-owned property. The Burbank City Council agreed to review the proposals for the vacant property after last-minute lobbying at Tuesday's meeting by the two developers who appeared to have lost out in bids for the contract.
NEWS
October 31, 1985
Culver City officials Wednesday dedicated the Culver City Rotary Plaza, the city's first housing complex for lower-income senior citizens. The 100-unit, $5.3-million complex is at 5100 Overland Ave. City officials used a lottery several months ago to select tenants. There is a 200-person waiting list for vacancies. The apartments were built by Goldrich, Kest & Associates Inc. and developed in cooperation with the Rotary Club, Culver City and the nonprofit Retirement Housing Foundation.
REAL ESTATE
March 30, 1986 | Special to The Times
Construction of an 89-unit senior citizens housing project is planned for a 58,806-square-foot parcel of land at Hillcrest Drive and Boardwalk in Thousand Oaks by Goldrich, Kest & Associates. Emanuel G. Aftergut, director of development for the Goldrich company, placed the value of the completed project at about $4.5 million. The property was sold by John Gilbert and George Dobson of Newbury Park for $765,000. The transaction was arranged by TOLD Real Estate Corp. of Newbury Park.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 10, 2000 | Alex Murashko, (714) 966-5974
The City Council on Tuesday authorized the Westminster Redevelopment Agency to issue multifamily housing bonds for construction of a senior apartment complex to be located at the northeast corner of Brookhurst and Cunningham avenues. The 117-unit Brookhurst Assisted Living Apartments are being developed by Goldrich, Kest and Associates.
NEWS
November 24, 1988
The Planning Commission has unanimously approved construction of a senior citizens facility. The project will include a 3-story retirement home and 1-story convalescent home on the northeast corner of Grand and Holt avenues. The plans for West Covina Convalescent Home and West Covina Royale--developed by Goldrich, Kest & Associates, a Sherman Oaks agency that develops retirement centers--received no opposition, but some residents raised concerns about the design.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 27, 1998
A development group that lost out to a higher bidder to construct a downtown high school filed suit Thursday against the Los Angeles Unified School District, seeking $5.7 million in damages. The firm, California Partnerships, had teamed up with developer Goldrich, Kest & Associates to propose plans for the high school, which is under construction near Temple Street and Beaudry Avenue.
NEWS
December 1, 1985
The City Council of Culver City has approved the final site plan for a senior citizens housing project at Culver Boulevard and Overland Avenue. Construction of the two-story, 97-unit facility, part of a $30-million planned development by Goldrich, Kest & Associates, is expected to begin in the spring and take about three years. The council also approved a moratorium on permits for businesses to sell both gasoline and alcoholic beverages.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 12, 1986
The San Diego City Council on Tuesday approved a sweeping proposal for a $200-million mixed-use complex to be built in a dilapidated three-block area on Broadway near the waterfront. The Koll Center will include twin, high-rise office towers, a 335-room hotel, commercial and retail outlets, and 30 to 32 residential units. Developers of the project are the Koll Co. and Shapell Housing Inc.-Goldrich Kest & Associates. The development, which will be built in phases, is to be completed by 1993.
REAL ESTATE
March 16, 1986
The Koll Co. will break ground on more than 700,000 square feet of projects in San Diego within the next l8 months, according to DeAnn Reynolds, marketing manager for Koll's southern division. Major new projects include Koll Center San Diego, a $200-million mixed-use project in downtown San Diego, and 400,000 square feet of research and development, office and multitenant space at the company's Carlsbad Research Center. Koll Center, a joint venture by Koll and Shapell Housing, Inc.
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