May 18, 1999 |
Epson America Inc. will relocate its Torrance headquarters and 600 staff employees to an office park near Long Beach Airport. Epson, whose Japanese parent company is a major manufacturer of computer printers and other products, signed a 10-year lease for about 162,000 square feet of space at Kilroy Airport Center, according to Kilroy Realty Corp., an El Segundo-based real estate investment trust.
November 30, 1999
A look at recent commercial leasing and sales activity in Orange County. LEASES Industrial * Lasco Bathware Inc. Business: Bathware manufacturing, sales and distribution Address: 8101 Kaiser Blvd., No. 100, Anaheim Space: 24,357 sf Term: 60 months Value: $2.4 million Landlord: Kilroy Realty Corp. Lessee broker: Voit Commercial Brokerage, Anaheim Landlord broker: Voit Commercial Brokerage, Anaheim SALES * Eiler's Inn Business: Bed and breakfast Address: 737-741 S.
January 3, 2012 |
An El Segundo office building occupied by Mattel Inc.'s Global Design Center was sold to New York investment firm Angelo, Gordon & Co. for $45 million. Angelo, Gordon bought the 192,053-square-foot building at 2031 E. Mariposa Ave. from Los Angeles real estate investment trust Kilroy Realty Corp., property brokerage Jones Lang LaSalle said. The site near Sepulveda Boulevard and the Century Freeway consists of nearly 10 acres on a flag-shaped lot. It was originally constructed in the 1950s as a distribution building and includes a sizable loading area and space for parking and trailer storage, the brokerage said.
August 27, 2002 |
MTV Networks has leased an additional 45,000 square feet to expand its headquarters in Santa Monica. The broadcaster will take over the three-story building at 1633 26th St. in a four-year deal. Landlord Kilroy Realty Corp. will add a connecting walkway to the 106,000 square feet of offices MTV has at 2600 Colorado Ave. MTV will consolidate offices in other locations into the building on 26th Street by the end of the year, said Brad Feld of Cushman & Wakefield Inc., who represented the tenant.
December 16, 1999
Here are building permits valued at $350,000 and up filed recently in Orange County. ALISO VIEJO * Project: Office building Address: 135 Columbia Value: $974,000 Owner: Cornerstone Development IRVINE * Project: Tenant improvement Address: 17861 Cartwright Road Value: $505,000 Owner: KRDS * Project: Tenant improvement Address: 120 Theory, No. 100 Value: $556,000 Owner: Paragon Biomedical * Project: Tenant improvement Address: 17622 Armstrong Ave. Value: $745,000 Owner: St.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 4, 1998 |
Officials announced the beginning of construction Friday on the $30-million Anaheim Technology Center, slated to open in late 1999 to help the city replace jobs lost through defense-industry cutbacks. In a related action, the City Council Tuesday will consider approving a manufacturing complex on a portion of the former Rockwell International site. Kilroy Realty Corp.
November 27, 1997 |
LBA Properties Inc., a privately held property owner and developer that decided in October to raise as much as $378.5 million in an initial stock offering, may be a buyout target. LBA Chairman Phil A. Belling said he still wants to go public as a real estate investment trust. But publicly held competitors such as Arden Realty Group Inc., CarrAmerica Realty Corp., Kilroy Realty Corp. and Spieker Properties Inc.
March 21, 2000 |
Internet toy seller EToys Inc. has reportedly leased an entire 761,565-square-foot distribution center that international real estate developer ProLogis has under construction in Ontario. Representatives of both Santa Monica-based EToys and Aurora, Colo.-based ProLogis declined to discuss the transaction reported in the Business Press and by Rentv.com.
August 5, 2012 |
Venerable Los Angeles office landlord Kilroy Realty Corp. has made its first move into Hollywood with the $79-million purchase of Sunset Media Center, a high-rise near the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street. Kilroy plans to spend “many more millions of dollars” to renovate the 22-story tower built in 1972, said David Simon, Kilroy's executive vice president for the Los Angeles region. The goal is to reposition the building at 6255 W. Sunset Blvd. as more upscale and attract tenants capable of paying higher rents.
October 7, 2012 |
The long-planned Columbia Square mixed-use development planned around the historic former CBS headquarters in Hollywood will be revived by new owner Kilroy Realty Corp. Kilroy, a Los Angeles real estate investment trust, bought Columbia Square at 6121 Sunset Blvd. for $65 million from iStar Financial. Previous owners planned an $850-million project with offices, condominiums and a hotel, but the project stalled in the recent economic downturn. Kilroy plans a scaled-down development valued at about $235 million, Executive Vice President David Simon said.