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Officials of Lewis Homes of California, eager to lay to rest their connection with a controversial plot of land next to a Pomona cemetery, have received tentative City Council approval of a rezoning ordinance needed to sell the property to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles. The company, which purchased the vacant lot at Towne and Lexington avenues in 1988 for $1.75 million from the Pomona Cemetery Assn., had intended to build a 93-home subdivision on the site.
September 27, 1987 | DAVID M. KINCHEN, Times Staff Writer
Even yuppies get the blues, but an Inland Empire home builder has a solution for their housing-related ones. If they can't come up with the down payment on a new house in upscale Rancho Cucamonga, young families--or anyone else who qualifies, for that matter--can lease a duplex or a detached single-family house from Lewis Homes, Upland.
July 19, 1992 | from Times Wire Services
Ira Norris, president of Inco Homes, one of the country's affordable housing leaders, has been chosen "Housing Person of the Year" for the Los Angeles area by the National Housing Conference (NHC). NHC, the nation's oldest nonprofit bipartisan citizens' housing organization, advocates national housing policies designed to make decent housing available, affordable and accessible to all citizens.
January 2, 1994 | ERIN J. AUBRY
Ladera Heights Estates, one of the central city's few luxury housing tracts, is weathering tough economic times and selling homes at a brisker pace than developers had expected. Forty of the 67 houses built thus far in the 37-acre tract have sold after being on the market since last fall, said Randall Lewis, Lewis Homes' executive vice president of marketing. The hillside homes, priced between $400,000 and $658,000, are north of Slauson Avenue, off Shenandoah Avenue in Upper Ladera.
September 30, 1997
An Upland-based developer has entered into escrow to purchase the long-vacant Foulger Ford car dealership site in Arcadia. Other developers have considered the land since the dealership closed in 1992, but no deal came through. If the plans by Lewis Homes to construct a 55,000-square-foot supermarket and two other retail stores on the property materialize, it would be a boon for Arcadia, City Manager Bill Kelly said. "It would be a shot in the arm," Kelly said.
September 13, 1991 | John O'Dell, Times staff writer
Lewis Homes, the 46-year-old Upland residential builder that has made a big name for itself in the Inland Empire, is moving into Orange County with two projects scheduled to begin next year and a third in the early negotiating stage. Randall Lewis, a vice president of the family-owned firm, said construction will begin on a 150-home project in the Irvine Co.'s Tustin Ranch community early in 1992 and that a Fullerton project is scheduled to get under way late next year.
September 6, 1987 | DAVID M. KINCHEN, Times Staff Writer
Sales begin Saturday on the first four residential units in the Village of Heritage, a 1,400-acre development in Fontana that is expected to have a build-out value of about $1 billion. Initially, two developments will be available from each of two developers: Upland-based Lewis Homes and Laguna Hills-based John Laing Homes, according to Douglas M. Ford, general manager of the project developed by Fontana Heritage West End Associates.
March 18, 1990
Ralph and Goldy Lewis, co-founders of Lewis Homes, Upland, have been named 1990 Los Angeles Housing Persons of the Year by the National Housing Conference and will be honored at a June 27 dinner at the Century Plaza Hotel. The Washington, D.C.-based group, formed in 1931, is the oldest nonprofit bipartisan citizens' organization working for decent housing in the nation.
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