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February 1, 1987
The Hahn Co. has created a new division, the Hahn Asset Management Group, to offer development management, financial and leasing expertise to investors who own or wish to develop retail centers but have little experience in the field. The new firm, under the direction of Vice President Bob Welanetz, will be based at the Hahn Co. headquarters in San Diego.
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BUSINESS
March 20, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Lee H. Wagman has been named president and chief executive of the Hahn Co., a wholly owned subsidiary Trizec Corp. Ltd., effective April 25. He will also serve as executive vice president of Toronto-based Trizec. Wagman, 45, is currently chairman of Hycel Properties Co. in St. Louis, which developed, owns and manages the two leading shopping malls in St. Louis. He succeeds John M. Gilchrist Jr. who retires March 31. The Hahn Co.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1989
A Pasadena political group set up tables in the Plaza Pasadena shopping mall this week to gather support for its effort to have the city terminate its contract with the mall's operator, the Hahn Co. The group, Pasadena Citizens for Representative Government, hopes to gather enough signatures by Dec. 10 to persuade the Pasadena Board of Directors to support its lawsuit against the Hahn Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 4, 1994 | VIVIEN LOU CHEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The $10-million buyout deal ending the Burbank Redevelopment Agency's interest in the troubled Media City Center shopping mall will be reduced by at least $698,000 that city officials promised to give an earlier, unsuccessful developer of the property. The Hahn Co. of San Diego will receive the money. Hahn tried unsuccessfully for 12 years to build a shopping center in Burbank before the Alexander Haagen Co. stepped in to develop the Media City Center.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 1990
A Pasadena citizens group that was barred in 1985 from collecting signatures at the Plaza Pasadena shopping mall has settled with the mall owner for $720,000. The settlement of the lawsuit, filed by Pasadena Citizens for Representative Government against the Hahn Co., was announced Monday. The mall, one of 25 California malls managed by the firm, had refused to allow the group to collect signatures for a city initiative.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 4, 1994 | VIVIEN LOU CHEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The $10-million buyout deal ending the Burbank Redevelopment Agency's interest in the troubled Media City Center shopping mall will be reduced by at least $698,000 that city officials promised to give an earlier, unsuccessful developer of the property. The Hahn Co. of San Diego will receive the money. Hahn tried unsuccessfully for 12 years to build a shopping center in Burbank before the Alexander Haagen Co. stepped in to develop the Media City Center.
BUSINESS
March 4, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Jenny Craig, Hahn Admit Illegal Use of Software: The two firms admitted using illegally copied software in their day-to-day operations and have settled possible allegations of copyright infringement. Hahn, a San Diego-based developer, disclosed that it had reached a settlement regarding software copyright infringement with the Software Publishers Assn., an industry trade group based in Washington.
BUSINESS
March 20, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Lee H. Wagman has been named president and chief executive of the Hahn Co., a wholly owned subsidiary Trizec Corp. Ltd., effective April 25. He will also serve as executive vice president of Toronto-based Trizec. Wagman, 45, is currently chairman of Hycel Properties Co. in St. Louis, which developed, owns and manages the two leading shopping malls in St. Louis. He succeeds John M. Gilchrist Jr. who retires March 31. The Hahn Co.
BUSINESS
May 18, 1989 | CHRIS KRAUL, San Diego County Business Editor
In a deal that would make it the third-largest shopping mall manager in the nation, Hahn Co. has agreed to acquire most of the assets of an East Coast real estate firm. The acquisition from Kravco Co. of King of Prussia, Pa., is part of an effort by San Diego-based Hahn to greatly expand its presence in the East in coming years, Hahn President John Gilchrist said in a prepared statement. Although Hahn owns and manages shopping malls in New York, Maryland, New Jersey and Florida, most of its retail centers are in the West, with half in California.
BUSINESS
February 4, 1992 | CHRIS KRAUL, SAN DIEGO COUNTY BUSINESS EDITOR
As if more were required, additional evidence of the depressed state of retailing in San Diego was made available Monday. * Hahn Co., the San Diego-based operator of 49 regional malls across the country, said a late Christmas season shopping surge was not enough to lift its four San Diego County malls out of a sluggish December and a 1% drop in sales for all of 1991 compared with mall sales volume over the previous year. * A monthly sampling of San Diego retailers by the U.S.
BUSINESS
March 4, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Jenny Craig, Hahn Admit Illegal Use of Software: The two firms admitted using illegally copied software in their day-to-day operations and have settled possible allegations of copyright infringement. Hahn, a San Diego-based developer, disclosed that it had reached a settlement regarding software copyright infringement with the Software Publishers Assn., an industry trade group based in Washington.
BUSINESS
February 4, 1992 | CHRIS KRAUL, SAN DIEGO COUNTY BUSINESS EDITOR
As if more were required, additional evidence of the depressed state of retailing in San Diego was made available Monday. * Hahn Co., the San Diego-based operator of 49 regional malls across the country, said a late Christmas season shopping surge was not enough to lift its four San Diego County malls out of a sluggish December and a 1% drop in sales for all of 1991 compared with mall sales volume over the previous year. * A monthly sampling of San Diego retailers by the U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 1990
A Pasadena citizens group that was barred in 1985 from collecting signatures at the Plaza Pasadena shopping mall has settled with the mall owner for $720,000. The settlement of the lawsuit, filed by Pasadena Citizens for Representative Government against the Hahn Co., was announced Monday. The mall, one of 25 California malls managed by the firm, had refused to allow the group to collect signatures for a city initiative.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1989
A Pasadena political group set up tables in the Plaza Pasadena shopping mall this week to gather support for its effort to have the city terminate its contract with the mall's operator, the Hahn Co. The group, Pasadena Citizens for Representative Government, hopes to gather enough signatures by Dec. 10 to persuade the Pasadena Board of Directors to support its lawsuit against the Hahn Co.
BUSINESS
May 18, 1989 | CHRIS KRAUL, San Diego County Business Editor
In a deal that would make it the third-largest shopping mall manager in the nation, Hahn Co. has agreed to acquire most of the assets of an East Coast real estate firm. The acquisition from Kravco Co. of King of Prussia, Pa., is part of an effort by San Diego-based Hahn to greatly expand its presence in the East in coming years, Hahn President John Gilchrist said in a prepared statement. Although Hahn owns and manages shopping malls in New York, Maryland, New Jersey and Florida, most of its retail centers are in the West, with half in California.
REAL ESTATE
February 1, 1987
The Hahn Co. has created a new division, the Hahn Asset Management Group, to offer development management, financial and leasing expertise to investors who own or wish to develop retail centers but have little experience in the field. The new firm, under the direction of Vice President Bob Welanetz, will be based at the Hahn Co. headquarters in San Diego.
BUSINESS
May 16, 1989
Robert T. Pace has been appointed vice president and general counsel for the Hahn Co.
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