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March 21, 1997 | MELINDA FULMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
An Upland-based builder is purchasing more than 50 acres from the Irvine Co. in Tustin for a planned community of 421 moderately priced homes. Lewis Homes Enterprises is reportedly paying more than $30 million over the next several months for the tract east of Jamboree Road, next to the Tustin Ranch Golf Course. The site will be one of the largest in Orange County to be developed by a single builder in recent years.
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March 21, 1997 | MELINDA FULMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
An Upland-based builder is purchasing more than 50 acres from the Irvine Co. in Tustin for a planned community of 421 moderately priced homes. Lewis Homes Enterprises is reportedly paying more than $30 million over the next several months for the tract east of Jamboree Road, next to the Tustin Ranch Golf Course. The site will be one of the largest in Orange County to be developed by a single builder in recent years.
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July 2, 1996 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lewis Homes Enterprises has paid $17 million for a tract of land in Rancho Santa Margarita where it will build a 500-home development with a cumulative value of $100 million, the company said Monday. The project, one of the largest in the Upland-based development company's history, will include homes ranging from $160,000 to $270,000. Model homes are scheduled to open in the fall, Executive Vice President Randall W. Lewis said, and finished units should go on sale early in 1997.
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July 2, 1996 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lewis Homes Enterprises has paid $17 million for a tract of land in Rancho Santa Margarita where it will build a 500-home development with a cumulative value of $100 million, the company said Monday. The project, one of the largest in the Upland-based development company's history, will include homes ranging from $160,000 to $270,000. Model homes are scheduled to open in the fall, Executive Vice President Randall W. Lewis said, and finished units should go on sale early in 1997.
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December 5, 1997 | Melinda Fulmer
An Upland-based developer has unveiled plans to build a large entertainment center, dubbed Paradise Park, at the Fairplex in Pomona. Lewis Homes Enterprises said it has leased 20 acres of land from the Los Angeles County Fair Assn. for an open-air center that could eventually encompass 460,000 square feet of retail shops, theaters and restaurants. Analysts say it's an ambitious project for the immediate area and its small population.
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