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July 6, 1990 | JANE APPLEGATE
Setting yourself apart from competitors in an overcrowded profession often means the difference between success and failure for a consultant. Being the best in town is not enough. Potential clients like to think they are hiring a recognized specialist in one particular area. Jain Malkin, founder of the small San Diego interior design firm bearing her name, said she did not want to be one of thousands of interior designers competing for work in the corporate office world.
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BUSINESS
July 6, 1990 | JANE APPLEGATE
Setting yourself apart from competitors in an overcrowded profession often means the difference between success and failure for a consultant. Being the best in town is not enough. Potential clients like to think they are hiring a recognized specialist in one particular area. Jain Malkin, founder of the small San Diego interior design firm bearing her name, said she did not want to be one of thousands of interior designers competing for work in the corporate office world.
REAL ESTATE
October 6, 1985
Scripps Memorial Hospital is planning a $30-million renovation of its La Jolla facility. Jain Malkin Inc. of La Jolla will provide interior design services for more than 150,000 square feet of space. Jain Malkin and Linda Mitchell will head the project team, working with Herb Hotaling, director of Facilities Development for Scripps Memorial. Perkins & Will of Chicago and Brown Leary of San Diego are the project architects.
REAL ESTATE
October 18, 1987
A December, 1988, completion is scheduled for the $13-million first phase of the 131,000-square-foot Seacrest Village residential-care complex being developed in Encinitas by San Diego Hebrew Home. The architect is Sillman/Wyman & Associates, San Diego, and the interior designer is Jain Malkin Inc., San Diego.
REAL ESTATE
May 18, 1986
Jain Malkin Inc., a La Jolla interior design firm, has signed a contract with San Diego's Mercy Hospital and Medical Center for a 12,500-square-foot ambulatory surgical center. The concept is based on contemporary Japanese design in terms of form and symbolic representation. Hope Consulting Group is the architect for the $3.4-million project that is scheduled for completion in January.
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