February 18, 1998 |
Two big financial companies have disclosed that they acquired major stakes in Koll Real Estate Group Inc. during the company's reorganization in September. In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Tuesday, Credit Suisse First Boston said it owns 918,761 shares, or 7.7%, of the Newport Beach company's common stock. In a similar filing recently, Merrill Lynch & Co. said it owns 1,038,259 shares, or 8.7%, of the common stock. The investment houses were major holders of Koll Realty bonds.
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March 4, 1998 |
In a move that may further delay a controversial proposal to build 1,234 homes on the Bolsa Chica mesa, the City Council this week decided to stop processing further permit requests from the developer. The council's decision follows a recent Superior Court ruling that will delay the Koll Real Estate Group project for at least a year.
May 27, 1998 |
For the sixth time in the past year, Koll Development Co. has invested in Carlsbad, this time paying $22 million to build a speculative office park. The Newport Beach-based real estate developer recently acquired 12 acres of the Carlsbad Ranch from the Carltas Co. The new site, expected to open in September, will feature the Ocean Terrace Corporate Center, a 184,000-square-foot project consisting of one office building and three research and development structures.
June 25, 1997 |
Koll Real Estate Group Inc. said Tuesday it is extending its offer to exchange common stock for about $200 million in outstanding debentures. Koll Real Estate, which provides residential and commercial development services, said it extended the offer to obtain tenders from the minimum 90% needed to complete the transaction. The company had received tenders for about 68% of the debentures by the Monday deadline.
August 10, 1996 |
Koll Real Estate Group, owner and would-be developer of the environmentally sensitive Bolsa Chica tract, added to its growing string of losses Friday with a $6.7-million deficit for the second quarter. The report brings the publicly traded firm's losses for the first half of 1996 to $14.6 million. In the past 3 1/2 years, the Newport Beach residential and commercial development arm of the Koll company has lost $163.8 million.
February 21, 1996 |
Koll in Merger Talks: The Newport Beach-based real estate firm, one of the nation's largest property management companies, is discussing a possible merger with Chicago-based LaSalle Partners, another major property management firm, sources said. A merger between privately held Koll Real Estate Group, which manages more than 600 properties nationwide, and LaSalle would create one of the nation's biggest property managers. Neither company would confirm the discussions.