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July 28, 1989 | Mike Flagg, Times staff writer
Hopkins Development Co., Newport Beach, bought Boat Canyon Shopping Center on Coast Highway in Laguna Beach for $4.75 million from Crescent Partners, a Santa Ana limited partnership. Hopkins said it plans to expand the center from 27,000 square feet to 57,000 square feet. The developer also said it would build residential units atop the retail buildings if the city approves. Architect for the project is Morris Skenderian of Laguna Beach.
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October 26, 1990 | Michael Flagg, Times staff writer
Downtown Riverside is getting a face-lift, and Hopkins Development Co. of Newport Beach is the latest Orange County developer to get a piece of the action. Hopkins, a specialist in redevelopment projects, recently won permission from the city to build 14,000 square feet of shops over a newly constructed underground parking garage near the historic Mission Inn and the city's convention center.
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BUSINESS
June 7, 1989 | Mary Ann Galante, Times staff writer
Hopkins Development Co. of Newport Beach has been chosen by the Irvine Co. to develop a 53-acre retail complex in Irvine Spectrum, Hopkins has announced. The first phase of the project will be a retail center designed to support the business complex, said Marty Potts, Hopkins project manager. It is scheduled for completion by the fall of 1990. Irvine Spectrum is a 2,600-acre, master-planned center for research, technology and business that is under development by the Irvine Co. It is at the juncture of the San Diego and the Santa Ana freeways in Irvine.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 1990
Opening day for La Habra Marketplace will be Dec. 1, the center's development company announced this week. The mall's major tenant will be Service Merchandise, a catalogue department store that will occupy nearly one-fourth of the center, said Jeffrey B. Armour, senior development manager and partner with the Hopkins Development Co. About 40% of the shopping center is leased, Armour said.
BUSINESS
October 26, 1990 | Michael Flagg, Times staff writer
Downtown Riverside is getting a face-lift, and Hopkins Development Co. of Newport Beach is the latest Orange County developer to get a piece of the action. Hopkins, a specialist in redevelopment projects, recently won permission from the city to build 14,000 square feet of shops over a newly constructed underground parking garage near the historic Mission Inn and the city's convention center.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 1990
Opening day for La Habra Marketplace will be Dec. 1, the center's development company announced this week. The mall's major tenant will be Service Merchandise, a catalogue department store that will occupy nearly one-fourth of the center, said Jeffrey B. Armour, senior development manager and partner with the Hopkins Development Co. About 40% of the shopping center is leased, Armour said.
BUSINESS
September 8, 1989 | Mike Flagg, Times staff writer
Hillman Properties, Newport Beach, is expanding into southern Orange County. The developer and investor bought 13 acres in Baker Ranch, a 700-acre business park near the huge Irvine Spectrum business park at the junction of the San Diego and Santa Ana freeways. The developer has already begun construction of 20 buildings on the eight-acre Vista Terrace Business Park property, bought for $3.1 million.
REAL ESTATE
March 16, 1986
La Habra Center, a shopping center in La Habra redeveloped and managed by Hopkins Development Co. of Newport Beach, has received the La Habra Chamber of Commerce's Beautification Award.
REAL ESTATE
October 26, 1986
Hopkins Development Co. of Newport Beach, has started construction on Lakewood Marketplace, a 25-acre, $35-million shopping center across all four corners of Woodruff and South Streets in Lakewood. Completion is scheduled next summer.
BUSINESS
September 8, 1989 | Mike Flagg, Times staff writer
Hillman Properties, Newport Beach, is expanding into southern Orange County. The developer and investor bought 13 acres in Baker Ranch, a 700-acre business park near the huge Irvine Spectrum business park at the junction of the San Diego and Santa Ana freeways. The developer has already begun construction of 20 buildings on the eight-acre Vista Terrace Business Park property, bought for $3.1 million.
BUSINESS
July 28, 1989 | Mike Flagg, Times staff writer
Hopkins Development Co., Newport Beach, bought Boat Canyon Shopping Center on Coast Highway in Laguna Beach for $4.75 million from Crescent Partners, a Santa Ana limited partnership. Hopkins said it plans to expand the center from 27,000 square feet to 57,000 square feet. The developer also said it would build residential units atop the retail buildings if the city approves. Architect for the project is Morris Skenderian of Laguna Beach.
BUSINESS
June 7, 1989 | Mary Ann Galante, Times staff writer
Hopkins Development Co. of Newport Beach has been chosen by the Irvine Co. to develop a 53-acre retail complex in Irvine Spectrum, Hopkins has announced. The first phase of the project will be a retail center designed to support the business complex, said Marty Potts, Hopkins project manager. It is scheduled for completion by the fall of 1990. Irvine Spectrum is a 2,600-acre, master-planned center for research, technology and business that is under development by the Irvine Co. It is at the juncture of the San Diego and the Santa Ana freeways in Irvine.
REAL ESTATE
August 27, 1989
Hopkins Development Co., Newport Beach, has purchased the Boat Canyon Shopping Center, Pacific Coast Highway at Boat Canyon Drive, Laguna Beach, for $4.75 million. The firm plans to reconstruct and expand the shopping center from 27,000 to 57,000 square feet and add housing units on the second level. The architect is Morris Skenderian, Laguna Beach. Hopkins Development Co. specializes in the redevelopment of shopping centers in California in-fill and redevelopment areas.
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