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December 28, 1991
Co-owner Gregg Lukenbill of the Sacramento Kings faces foreclosure on 68 acres of industrial land he owns in North Natomas near the Kings' old arena. Western Federal Savings and Loan filed the notice of foreclosure at the Sacramento County Recorder's Office on Monday, the same day Lukenbill and partner Joe Benvenuti were notified that foreclosure proceedings had begun on their Sacramento Hyatt Regency hotel.
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December 30, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Sacramento Kings Co-Owner Faces Foreclosure: Gregg Lukenbill, a Northern California developer and co-owner of the Sacramento Kings pro basketball team, faces foreclosure on 68 acres of industrial land that he owns in North Natomas near the Kings' old arena.
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BUSINESS
December 30, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Sacramento Kings Co-Owner Faces Foreclosure: Gregg Lukenbill, a Northern California developer and co-owner of the Sacramento Kings pro basketball team, faces foreclosure on 68 acres of industrial land that he owns in North Natomas near the Kings' old arena.
SPORTS
December 28, 1991
Co-owner Gregg Lukenbill of the Sacramento Kings faces foreclosure on 68 acres of industrial land he owns in North Natomas near the Kings' old arena. Western Federal Savings and Loan filed the notice of foreclosure at the Sacramento County Recorder's Office on Monday, the same day Lukenbill and partner Joe Benvenuti were notified that foreclosure proceedings had begun on their Sacramento Hyatt Regency hotel.
SPORTS
March 31, 1987
Raider owner Al Davis reportedly has had two meetings with Sacramento developer Angelo Tsakopoulos to discuss moving the football team to Sacramento if Davis is unable to resolve his dispute with Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum officials. Tsakopoulos said that before his talks with Davis he called a meeting of area businessmen to discuss "putting together a package" of land and a stadium for the Raiders.
SPORTS
May 17, 1990 | From Associated Press
Pressed for cash to continue construction of a multipurpose Sacramento sports stadium, Sacramento Kings managing general partner Gregg Lukenbill has sold 5% of the NBA team, its arena and about 500 acres of land to business partner Joe Benvenuti. The Sacramento Bee reported today that Lukenbill has had a cash shortage in his crusade to bring professional sports to Sacramento.
SPORTS
November 4, 1989 | DAVID LePAGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Negotiations between Al Davis and Sacramento officials made substantial progress last week toward moving the NFL team to the state capital, say some of the city's biggest financiers. Some of the best indications came when Sacramento City Council passed a $93-million bond issue that included $50 million for Davis to relocate and the city's finance officer was dispatched to New York to get a rating on the bonds.
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September 2, 1989 | WILLIAM TROMBLEY, Times Staff Writer
"It's ours to lose," developer and promoter Gregg Lukenbill said Friday in describing this city's chances of luring the Los Angeles Raiders to a new stadium Lukenbill and his partners want to build on a flood plain north of downtown.
SPORTS
February 25, 1990 | BOB OATES, Times Staff Writer
Although it looks a bit shaky now, if the Raiders finally choose to relocate in these parts, they will be moving into one of the nation's five most historic cities. That's the view, at least, of a prominent local businessman who lists Boston and Washington first, then New York and Philadelphia, with Sacramento next. "The U.S. began in Boston, the West began in Sacramento," Gregg Lukenbill, 35, who built and financed the city's new NBA arena, said at his office the other day.
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