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October 5, 1999 | (Bob Howard)
Legacy Partners of Irvine expects to break ground this month on a $45-million office project in Mission Viejo, the company said. The planned 232,000-square-foot complex, consisting of two four-story buildings, is to be built on 10 acres along Interstate 5 near Crown Valley Parkway. It will be called Mission Ridge and is a speculative development. Mission Ridge is slated for completion next September, Legacy Senior Vice President Erik Hansen said in an announcement.
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July 31, 2013 | By Roger Vincent
Label maker Avery Dennison Corp. will move its headquarters from Pasadena to Glendale in a bid to consolidate staff and update its work space. The Fortune 500 company makes self-adhesive labels used on a wide variety of consumer goods: beer and wine bottles, shampoo and personal care items, pharmaceuticals and food. It also makes labels and tags attached to clothing. Avery Dennison sold its building at 150 N. Orange Grove Blvd. near Old Pasadena to developer Legacy Partners Commecial Inc. this year and has been renting theĀ  100,000-square-foot building back from Legacy Partners.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 26, 1999
"Slaying Still Haunts Cypress Park" (July 18) made my community of Cypress Park sound as though it was still a crime-ridden community that cannot recover from the shooting of Stephanie Kuhen. On July 14, a community meeting was held regarding job opportunities at Taylor Yard for local residents sponsored by Legacy Partners Inc. and Councilman Mike Hernandez. I was very pleased with what was said. Moreover, I am pleased with the positive changes that have been going on in the community for the past several years, the drop in crime, the development and creation of job opportunities for residents and the overall positive morale of the community.
BUSINESS
April 30, 2002 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After years of delays and growing community opposition, Legacy Partners has abandoned plans to build a massive residential development on the site of the former Ambassador College in Pasadena, the property owner said Monday. The Worldwide Church of God, which owns the 48-acre campus and other nearby property in western Pasadena, said that Foster City-based Legacy had decided against renewing a contract with the church to purchase the property and develop it into about 1,700 housing units.
BUSINESS
July 31, 2013 | By Roger Vincent
Label maker Avery Dennison Corp. will move its headquarters from Pasadena to Glendale in a bid to consolidate staff and update its work space. The Fortune 500 company makes self-adhesive labels used on a wide variety of consumer goods: beer and wine bottles, shampoo and personal care items, pharmaceuticals and food. It also makes labels and tags attached to clothing. Avery Dennison sold its building at 150 N. Orange Grove Blvd. near Old Pasadena to developer Legacy Partners Commecial Inc. this year and has been renting theĀ  100,000-square-foot building back from Legacy Partners.
BUSINESS
October 5, 1999
Legacy Partners of Irvine plans to break ground this month on a $45-million office project in Mission Viejo, the company said. The planned 232,000-square-foot complex, consisting of two four-story buildings, is to be constructed on 10 acres along Interstate 5 near Crown Valley Parkway. It will be called Mission Ridge and is a speculative development. Mission Ridge is slated for completion next September, Legacy Senior Vice President Erik Hansen said in an announcement.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 2000
"Chase Knolls Residents Meet to Fight Demolition of 53-Year-Old Apartments," April 6. Affordable housing has been in the news a lot lately as a quality-of-life issue for this area. So it's infuriating as to why a . . . development company like Legacy Partners of San Francisco is allowed the permits to come into our Valley to destroy affordable housing. And what, replace it with "luxury" (meaning expensive) housing that seniors and the working poor can ill afford? Let's everybody rally together for the folks at Chase Knolls and demand that Legacy Partners be told "no."
BUSINESS
April 11, 2000
* Archstone Communities acquired the 172-unit Polynesian Village apartment complex at 8700 Pershing Drive in Marina del Rey for $19 million from Polynesian Associates. Randy Kirshner of Renaissance Realty Advisors represented both the buyer and the seller. * Exodus Communications, a provider of Internet systems and related services, acquired a 192,000-square-foot industrial building at 200 Nash St. in El Segundo for $15.7 million from Legacy Partners. Michael Preiss of Klabin Co.
BUSINESS
December 23, 2000 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Strong demand for housing has prompted the developer of the Ambassador College property in Pasadena to drop a huge office complex from its plans and instead build a nearly all-residential project of about 2,000 high-priced homes. The proposed development by Legacy Partners would rank as one of the largest urban housing projects under development or construction in Los Angeles County.
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February 24, 1999 | DARYL STRICKLAND, Daryl Strickland covers real estate for The Times. He can be reached at (714) 966-5670, and at daryl.strickland@latimes.com
Legacy Partners, formerly the Lincoln Property Co., has begun building a major industrial project for about $30 million on the former Hunt-Wesson Inc. site in Fullerton. The speculative project, called Fullerton Crossroads, will be marketed to mid-to-large industrial users, such as manufacturers and distributors, said Michael Merk of Grubb & Ellis. Merk and Shawn Kelter are leasing agents for the project.
BUSINESS
February 26, 2002 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A panel reviewing alternatives for development near the Hollywood and Vine Metro Red Line station has given a preliminary OK to a mixed-use project featuring a W Hotel and about 250 residential units. The proposed $282-million project is the latest in a string of redevelopment ventures collectively pumping more than $1 billion of private-sector capital into Hollywood property improvements.
BUSINESS
January 9, 2001
* John Miller has been named president for the Southern region of Legacy Partners Commercial Inc. in Irvine. He will manage the firm's commercial real estate activities in Southern California and Nevada. He was formerly partner at Maguire Partners and, before that, was operating partner and senior vice president for Legacy Partners Commercial.
BUSINESS
December 23, 2000 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Strong demand for housing has prompted the developer of the Ambassador College property in Pasadena to drop a huge office complex from its plans and instead build a nearly all-residential project of about 2,000 high-priced homes. The proposed development by Legacy Partners would rank as one of the largest urban housing projects under development or construction in Los Angeles County.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 2000
So [Paul] Philips doesn't think Chase Knolls apartments deserves to be preserved as a historic site. ("Chase Knolls," Letters to the Valley Edition, May 7). I wonder if Philips has seen the complex? I suggest that he visit Chase Knolls and see for himself the architecture, the park-like grounds, the wood floors, the stainless steel counters, the spacious, affordable housing. After seeing it, I'm sure he will be won over as Councilman [Mike] Feuer was. Why tear down affordable housing that will stand another 50 years for a Titanic behemoth of a building that is overpriced?
BUSINESS
April 11, 2000
* Archstone Communities acquired the 172-unit Polynesian Village apartment complex at 8700 Pershing Drive in Marina del Rey for $19 million from Polynesian Associates. Randy Kirshner of Renaissance Realty Advisors represented both the buyer and the seller. * Exodus Communications, a provider of Internet systems and related services, acquired a 192,000-square-foot industrial building at 200 Nash St. in El Segundo for $15.7 million from Legacy Partners. Michael Preiss of Klabin Co.
BUSINESS
October 5, 1999
Legacy Partners of Irvine plans to break ground this month on a $45-million office project in Mission Viejo, the company said. The planned 232,000-square-foot complex, consisting of two four-story buildings, is to be constructed on 10 acres along Interstate 5 near Crown Valley Parkway. It will be called Mission Ridge and is a speculative development. Mission Ridge is slated for completion next September, Legacy Senior Vice President Erik Hansen said in an announcement.
BUSINESS
April 30, 2002 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After years of delays and growing community opposition, Legacy Partners has abandoned plans to build a massive residential development on the site of the former Ambassador College in Pasadena, the property owner said Monday. The Worldwide Church of God, which owns the 48-acre campus and other nearby property in western Pasadena, said that Foster City-based Legacy had decided against renewing a contract with the church to purchase the property and develop it into about 1,700 housing units.
BUSINESS
October 5, 1999 | (Bob Howard)
Legacy Partners of Irvine expects to break ground this month on a $45-million office project in Mission Viejo, the company said. The planned 232,000-square-foot complex, consisting of two four-story buildings, is to be built on 10 acres along Interstate 5 near Crown Valley Parkway. It will be called Mission Ridge and is a speculative development. Mission Ridge is slated for completion next September, Legacy Senior Vice President Erik Hansen said in an announcement.
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