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August 2, 1997 | MELINDA FULMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One of Orange County's pioneer developers of planned communities, the Mission Viejo Co., will be sold to J.F. Shea Co., an expanding Southern California building firm, it was announced Friday. The deal is expected to fetch more than $400 million, although terms were not disclosed by Philip Morris Cos. Inc., which has owned the Mission Viejo Co. since 1972. Shea will acquire about 900 acres of undeveloped land in Mission Viejo and Aliso Viejo, and 3,600 acres in Colorado.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 8, 2003 | Daniel Yi, Times Staff Writer
The Tustin City Council has selected a master planner for the largest parcel of the shuttered Tustin Marine base, capping more than a decade of preparation in the massive redevelopment project, officials said Tuesday. The council voted unanimously Monday evening to grant redevelopment rights on 700 acres of the former military facility to a partnership between Dallas-based home builder Centex Corp. and Walnut-based real estate giant J.F. Shea Co.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 8, 2003 | Daniel Yi, Times Staff Writer
The Tustin City Council has selected a master planner for the largest parcel of the shuttered Tustin Marine base, capping more than a decade of preparation in the massive redevelopment project, officials said Tuesday. The council voted unanimously Monday evening to grant redevelopment rights on 700 acres of the former military facility to a partnership between Dallas-based home builder Centex Corp. and Walnut-based real estate giant J.F. Shea Co.
BUSINESS
July 11, 1998 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Expanding its presence in Southern California and Arizona, the home-building division of Walnut-based J.F. Shea Co. said Friday that it has agreed to acquire UDC Homes, the largest home builder in Phoenix and a major developer of housing for seniors. Privately owned Shea--one of the largest home builders in the region--plans to acquire Tempe, Ariz.-based UDC in an all-cash deal, but did not disclose the purchase price.
BUSINESS
August 2, 1997 | MELINDA FULMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
J.F Shea Co., the Walnut-based building firm, has agreed to purchase Mission Viejo Co., one of Orange County's pioneer developers of planned communities, it was announced Friday. The deal is expected to fetch more than $400 million, although terms were not disclosed by Philip Morris Cos., which has owned Mission Viejo Co. since 1972. The purchase will give Shea about 900 acres of undeveloped land in the Orange County communities of Mission Viejo and Aliso Viejo.
BUSINESS
July 11, 1998 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Expanding its presence in Southern California and Arizona, the home-building division of Walnut-based J.F. Shea Co. said Friday that it has agreed to acquire UDC Homes, the largest home builder in Phoenix and a major developer of housing for seniors. Privately owned Shea--one of the largest home builders in the region--plans to acquire Tempe, Ariz.-based UDC in an all-cash deal, but did not disclose the purchase price.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 27, 1986 | KRISTINA LINDGREN, Times Staff Writer
The J.F. Shea Co. on Wednesday agreed to pay a $3.25-million settlement to 39 of 141 families living near the McColl toxic waste dump who have claimed in lawsuits that they should have been warned about the landfill and its hazards. Shea's settlement, the largest single one to date in the case, brings the total settlement amount, to be paid by 11 defendants, to $8.75 million, said Jeffrey A. Matz, one of four attorneys representing plaintiff families.
BUSINESS
April 3, 1987 | CHRIS KRAUL, San Diego County Business Editor
Walnut-based investors have increased their holdings in San Diego-based Computer and Communications Technology Corp. to 10.8% of the total CCT shares outstanding from the 8.5% held by the group previously, acccording to a 13-D statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission this week. Edmund Shea, a vice president and stockholder in J.F. Shea Co. Inc., a general contracting and heavy construction firm, bought 167,000 CCT shares, or a 2.2% interest, at an average cost of $4.
REAL ESTATE
January 15, 1989
Golden Beaver awards will be given to four construction executives for leadership in the heavy construction industry on Thursday at the Century Plaza Hotel. Awardees will be: John E. Chiaverini, senior vice president of the Perini Corp., San Francisco; Thomas R. Kuesel, chairman of Parsons, Brinckerhoff, Quade & Douglas, New York City; Frank R. McCabe, senior account manager of Caterpillar Inc., Peoria, Ill. and John F. Shea, president of the J.F. Shea Co., Walnut, Calif.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 30, 1999 | BARBARA MURPHY
Arden Realty Limited Partnership has purchased a 60,000-square-foot building in Thousand Oaks for $8.8 million. The building at 555 St. Charles Place was 94% pre-leased at the time of purchase, with major tenants including LADCO, J.F. Shea Co. and Fast Forward Designs. Hillside Corporate Center LLC was the seller. With this acquisition, Arden Realty's Ventura County portfolio now exceeds 1.4 million square feet.
BUSINESS
August 2, 1997 | MELINDA FULMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
J.F Shea Co., the Walnut-based building firm, has agreed to purchase Mission Viejo Co., one of Orange County's pioneer developers of planned communities, it was announced Friday. The deal is expected to fetch more than $400 million, although terms were not disclosed by Philip Morris Cos., which has owned Mission Viejo Co. since 1972. The purchase will give Shea about 900 acres of undeveloped land in the Orange County communities of Mission Viejo and Aliso Viejo.
NEWS
August 2, 1997 | MELINDA FULMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One of Orange County's pioneer developers of planned communities, the Mission Viejo Co., will be sold to J.F. Shea Co., an expanding Southern California building firm, it was announced Friday. The deal is expected to fetch more than $400 million, although terms were not disclosed by Philip Morris Cos. Inc., which has owned the Mission Viejo Co. since 1972. Shea will acquire about 900 acres of undeveloped land in Mission Viejo and Aliso Viejo, and 3,600 acres in Colorado.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 27, 1986 | KRISTINA LINDGREN, Times Staff Writer
The J.F. Shea Co. on Wednesday agreed to pay a $3.25-million settlement to 39 of 141 families living near the McColl toxic waste dump who have claimed in lawsuits that they should have been warned about the landfill and its hazards. Shea's settlement, the largest single one to date in the case, brings the total settlement amount, to be paid by 11 defendants, to $8.75 million, said Jeffrey A. Matz, one of four attorneys representing plaintiff families.
BUSINESS
October 24, 2000
High Tower Software, an Irvine company that provides data service for businesses, said Monday that it has received $10 million in a second round of venture capital financing from an investment group led by Liberty Partners. Other investors include Merrill Lynch & Co., J.F. Shea Co., Inroads Capital Partners, Hallador Venture Partners and Kinship Partners. Funds will be used for increased sales and marketing efforts. The company received $2 million in an initial round of financing in July 1998.
NEWS
July 31, 1994 | CHARLES SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Team California, a traveling basketball squad laden with L.A. talent, won the 22nd annual Boston Shootout played at Boston Garden. The team, which included UCLA's Toby Bailey, Kris Johnson, omm'A Givens, and USC's Cameron Murray and Cal's Tremaine Fowlkes, was the first California team ever to win the tournament, held July 15-27. Teams from Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, New Orleans, New York and Virginia also participated.
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