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July 6, 1989 | LINDA WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
Morrison Knudsen Corp. said Wednesday that it will participate in a joint venture with a Japanese civil engineering company to construct a $50-million office and residential tower in downtown Tokyo. Boise, Ida.-based Morrison Knudsen said its international unit teamed with Hazama-Gumi Ltd. to win the contract from Shuwa Corp., a large Japanese real estate developer that also owns office buildings, hotels and industrial parks in the United States.
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July 6, 1989 | LINDA WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
Morrison Knudsen Corp. said Wednesday that it will participate in a joint venture with a Japanese civil engineering company to construct a $50-million office and residential tower in downtown Tokyo. Boise, Ida.-based Morrison Knudsen said its international unit teamed with Hazama-Gumi Ltd. to win the contract from Shuwa Corp., a large Japanese real estate developer that also owns office buildings, hotels and industrial parks in the United States.
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REAL ESTATE
March 27, 1988
Construction has begun on the second phase of the $21-million College Business Park, a 26-acre commercial and industrial complex on the north side of Foothill Boulevard at Padua Avenue, straddling the borders of Upland and Claremont. College Business Park is a joint-venture development of the Mat West Co. of Van Nuys and the Tokyo-based Hazama-Gumi Ltd. It consists of concrete tilt-up, single-story buildings combining office facilities and industrial warehouse space.
REAL ESTATE
August 30, 1987
Construction has begun on the $21-million College Business Park, a 26-acre commercial and industrial complex at Foothill Boulevard and Padua Avenue, straddling the border of Upland and Claremont. The first phase of the project will include six multitenant buildings with a total of 112,384 square feet of light-industrial space. Occupancy is scheduled for September.
NEWS
July 5, 1989 | From Times wire service s
A major U.S. construction firm signed a contract today to join in a $47.9-million building project in downtown Tokyo. Morrison-Knudsen International Co. will join with Hazama-Gumi Ltd., one of Japan's largest civil engineering firms, to build a 16-story office and residential tower for Shuwa Corp., a large Japanese real estate firm. Morrison-Knudsen has established an office in Tokyo and obtained a Japanese construction permit, which the Ministry of Construction says only nine U.S.
REAL ESTATE
May 17, 1987
Construction has started on the $56-million, mixed-use El Dorado Center in Gardena, which is financed by municipal bonds, labor union pension funds and cash from the developer. The project, encompassing a high-rise office tower, hotel, card club, restaurant and retail area, is being developed by El Dorado Center Co., whose president, George M. Anthony, is the owner of the El Dorado Club, a card club. Two Japanese firms also play pivotal roles.
NEWS
February 3, 1990 | JEFFREY A. PERLMAN, TIMES URBAN AFFAIRS WRITER
A Japanese firm told state legislators Friday that it is willing to pay for a $30-million-per-mile, magnetically levitated commuter rail line connecting downtown Los Angeles, Orange County and the San Fernando Valley in exchange for rights of way along freeway medians and an exclusive operating agreement. Eiji Ikeda, general manager of HSST Corp.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 1, 1989 | RONE TEMPEST, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Japanese company that wants to put the Pablo Picasso masterpiece "Les Noces de Pierrette" on display in an auto racing theme park outbid rivals in Paris and Tokyo at an auction Thursday and agreed to pay a record $48.9 million for it. The price offered by Nippon Autopolis Co. fell short of the record $53.9 million bid for Vincent Van Gogh's "Irises" at a New York auction in 1987, but was the highest price ever for a Picasso. It made this the largest single art sale in French history.
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