April 12, 1992 |
It is one choice chunk of real estate--on the water, on the Westside, close to freeways and the airport. Marina del Rey--anchored by the world's largest man-made small-craft harbor--is owned by the public and managed by Los Angeles County. The marina was conceived in the late 1950s as a money-making partnership between government and business.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1992 |
When plans for a Marina del Rey luxury hotel came before the California Coastal Commission about four years ago, Commissioner Mark L. Nathanson took an avid interest, even attending the major staff meeting regarding the project. Nathanson's presence at the meeting and his aggressive lobbying efforts on behalf of the Ritz-Carlton Marina del Rey were highly unusual and inappropriate actions for a commissioner, according to some current and former members of the agency.
August 19, 1990
Jerome H. Snyder, founding partner of the real estate firm of J.H. Snyder Co., has been chosen by The Boys and Girls of Venice, a United Way agency affiliated with Boys Clubs of America. The presentation will be made Sept. 18 at the Sheraton Palza La Reina Hotel.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 11, 1990 |
In a decision that could have a big impact on development in one of the Westside's busiest traffic corridors, the California Coastal Commission Friday gave its blessing to a $400-million high-rise project in Venice. Over the objections of neighboring Culver City officials, the state panel, meeting in the North Coast city of Eureka, voted unanimously to let stand the city of Los Angeles' approval of the Channel Gateway project on 16 acres of prime land.
July 11, 1989 |
Billionaire Marvin Davis, through a real estate development company he controls, has become a partner in the $450-million Water Garden office complex now under development in Santa Monica, its developer said Monday. Miller-Klutznick-Davis-Gray Co. has become an equal partner with J. H. Snyder Co. in Water Garden. The Davis involvement has been crucial in the financing of the 1.26-million-square-foot complex, which is located on a 17-acre site at Olympic Boulevard and 26th Street.
February 9, 1986
Jerome H. Snyder, president of the firm developing the Wilshire Courtyard office complex on Wilshire Boulevard between La Brea and Fairfax avenues, has been honored as 1986 Man of the Year by the Miracle Mile Lions Club. "Jerry Snyder is almost single-handedly revitalizing the Miracle Mile," said Councilman John Ferraro at the ceremony where Snyder received his plaque.