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April 30, 2005 | Roger Vincent
Jamison Group of Los Angeles completed a $135-million purchase of California Market Center in the garment district. The sellers of the 3-million-square-foot property were DMG World Media and Hertz Investment Group. Jamison is owned by physician and investor David Y. Lee, a Korean immigrant who has been acquiring Los Angeles-area properties since 1995. * -- Roger Vincent
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April 30, 2005 | Roger Vincent
Jamison Group of Los Angeles completed a $135-million purchase of California Market Center in the garment district. The sellers of the 3-million-square-foot property were DMG World Media and Hertz Investment Group. Jamison is owned by physician and investor David Y. Lee, a Korean immigrant who has been acquiring Los Angeles-area properties since 1995. * -- Roger Vincent
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November 20, 2003 | From Bloomberg News
Trizec Properties Inc., the second-largest U.S. real estate investment trust, said Wednesday that it had agreed to sell the 14-story Herbalife Building in Los Angeles to closely held Jamison Properties Inc. for $22.3 million in cash. The 358,000-square-foot building at La Cienega and Century boulevards was built in 1983. Its primary tenant is Herbalife International Inc., a marketer of weight-loss products.
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December 18, 2001 | BOB HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Compared with the prestigious office and retail district that it was up through the 1970s, Mid-Wilshire--which local business leaders prefer to call Wilshire Center--remains faded.
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December 15, 2004 | K. Connie Kang, Times Staff Writer
Set between the Byzantine Revival dome of the Wilshire Boulevard Temple and the dancing neon lights of the Art Deco Wiltern Theatre, a new landmark is taking root along the storied avenue. With its futuristic glass facade and two-story television screen flashing Korean ads, the Aroma Spa and Sports Center is a stark visual contrast to the neighborhood's faded gems like the Ambassador Hotel and Bullocks Wilshire department store.
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