October 1, 1989
Construction has started on Fontana Village, a $4-million, 24,189-square-foot convenience retail center at the southwest corner of Foothill Boulevard and Sierra Avenue in Fontana. Fontana Village, the 2.37-acre project designed by the Pasadena-based architectural firm of Haugaard Elrod, is a joint development of Blackburn Development Co. of Pasadena and Robert S. Wilson and Peter Nicholas of Duckett-Wilson Development Co., Los Angeles.
February 3, 1985
Ronald P. Tomsic, one of the founders of Grubb & Ellis Co.'s Commercial Brokerage services, has been named to head a new joint venture development division of the company operating in Southern California and Arizona. Tomsic, 51, was formerly senior vice president and district manager of Grubb & Ellis' Newport Beach commercial brokerage office. He is a member of Grubb & Ellis' board of directors.
November 8, 1990
All commercial and industrial projects larger than 25,000 square feet will have to commit 1% of costs to public art under an expansion of the city's art program approved Tuesday by the Board of Directors. Although the city has had a public art requirement since 1988, it applied only to developments in the Downtown and Old Pasadena redevelopment zones and to major projects needing use permits.
December 4, 1989 |
West German car maker Volkswagen said today it has proposed forming a joint venture with a state-owned East German vehicles producer. VW said its chairman, Carl Hahn, handed the proposal to the IFA industrial group, based in Karl-Marx-Stadt, which makes East Germany's Trabant car, among other vehicles. The venture could prepare the way for the joint development, production and sales of cars and vans, VW said.