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REAL ESTATE
May 7, 1989
The first phase of the $550-million Greater Los Angeles World Trade Center in Long Beach--a project that on completion will be the second largest of its kind in the nation--opens Tuesday. Consisting of a 27-story office tower with 553,026 square feet of office and retail space, the initial phase is 60% signed and committed, according to Michael J. Choppin, president and chairman of IDM Corp. The trade center is sponsored by the Port of Long Beach and is a joint venture of IDM and Kajima International Inc. "The United States Customs Service will be moving its Pacific Region Headquarters from 300 N. Los Angeles St. in downtown Los Angeles to the World Trade Center this fall," Choppin said, adding that the unit of the Treasury Department will occupy three floors or about 54,000 square feet in the project near Ocean Boulevard and the Long Beach (710)
BUSINESS
July 31, 1990 | MARTHA GROVES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro, an old-line San Francisco law firm that represents many of the city's bedrock corporations, and Lillick & McHose of Los Angeles said Monday that they have agreed to merge. The union would be another in a wave of consolidations in the legal business, as firms have had to join forces to become more competitive. The merger itself is the largest ever, topping the 1989 joining of Houston's Fulbright & Jaworski with New York-based Reavis & McGrath.
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