February 21, 1996 |
Koll, the large Newport Beach property manager, is discussing a possible merger with LaSalle Partners, a major property management firm in Chicago, sources said. A merger between LaSalle and Koll, a privately held firm that manages more than 600 properties nationwide, would create one of the nation's biggest such companies. If the merger goes through, the new company would consider becoming public, sources said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 9, 1988
The Los Angeles Planning Commission, responding to complaints from several Westside homeowner organizations, voted Thursday to reject a request for a private heliport to serve the "tenants and invitees" of Fox Plaza, the Century City skyscraper where President Reagan will have his office when he leaves the White House. Studio Property Co.
January 15, 1997 |
National property manager Koll, which shelved plans for a public offering last year, said Tuesday it has raised $120 million from other sources to continue its aggressive acquisition strategy and reduce its debt. The Newport Beach-based company, part of the real estate empire headed by developer Donald M. Koll, received a $95-million credit line from a consortium of international banks led by Bankers Trust Co. of New York.
August 4, 1988 |
The salmon-colored Moderne-style Fox Plaza, extending 34 stories above the 20th Century Fox lot at Avenue of the Stars and Olympic Boulevard, has been sold to LaSalle Partners Ltd., a commercial real estate services firm headquartered in Chicago. The seller is Studio Properties, an affiliate of 20th Century Fox, according to Jim Gallagher, a vice president in the Los Angeles office of LaSalle Advisers, a subsidiary that manages pension funds and endowments.
December 11, 1988 |
When President Reagan leaves the White House for Los Angeles next month, he will spend evenings at his $2.5-million Bel-Air estate, workdays in his plush office atop a 34-story Century City skyscraper--and rush hour struggling through traffic with thousands of other Westside commuters.
December 15, 1988 |
When President Reagan leaves the White House for Los Angeles next month, he'll have to put up with monstrous traffic jams just like everybody else--even as he shuttles between his $2.5-million Bel-Air estate, his plush Century City office and the new Presidential library in Simi Valley.