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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 29, 1987 | SCOTT HARRIS, Times Staff Writer
Judgment Day came Tuesday for the "Jesus Saves" church. After almost five months of delay, the Los Angeles City Council decided to declare the Church of the Open Door (the building) a historic monument, even though the Church of the Open Door (the congregation) objected. In making its 10-3 decision, the council provided up to a one-year moratorium on demolition of the downtown church known for the "Jesus Saves" signs on its roof.
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BUSINESS
March 27, 2013 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
A showplace of the early automotive age in downtown Los Angeles a century ago is set to be revived by new owners who have ambitious plans to turn it into offices, a restaurant and a nightclub near L.A. Live. Long vacant, the stocky five-story building at 11th and Hope streets was a warehouse for the now-defunct local department store chain Desmond's. It still has the company's name affixed to the top. But its glory days date to 1916 when it opened as a full-service outpost of Ohio automaker Willys Overland Co. and once sold luxurious Willys-Knight cars to the city's well-to-do.
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BUSINESS
August 28, 2001 | BOB HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Southern California's office and industrial markets have cooled in the last year, but many investors still view the Southland as a good place to put money into commercial real estate, especially in comparison with other parts of the country. That appeal to investors--particularly institutional investors--is one of the factors that Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co. is counting on to reestablish itself in Southern California.
BUSINESS
July 5, 2011 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
In one of the largest real estate sales since the last boom, investors have purchased the Pasadena headquarters of engineering company Parsons Corp. for $320 million. The 22.7-acre campus on the northern edge of Old Pasadena was bought from Parsons by Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing and Lincoln Property Co. The international engineering firm has agreed to remain in its signature 12-story headquarters tower as a tenant for 15 years. The sale was the largest office transaction in Los Angeles County since Aon Center in downtown Los Angeles sold for $327 million at the peak of the real estate cycle in 2007, according to real estate brokerage statistics.
REAL ESTATE
June 19, 1988
LPC/Fore Division, Westlake Village, a unit of Lincoln Property Co., Dallas, is expanding its real estate management services for third-party investors, property owners and institutions. The division, formed 10 years ago by Richard Fore, has developed and currently manages properties valued at more than $400 million in California, Nevada and the Baltimore/Washington area, according to Richard Fisher, the company's vice president for asset and property management.
BUSINESS
April 21, 1998 | RODNEY BOSCH
A Newport Beach company has purchased a three-story, 127,000-square-foot office building in Westlake Village for more than $11 million. Lincoln Property Co. acquired the building, located on an 8-acre lot in the 2600 block of Townsgate Road, which is currently occupied by Boeing/Rockwell. The site formerly served as a high-security building for Rockwell and IBM. Keith Green and John DeGrinis of the Seeley Co. represented the seller; Old Republic Exchange Facilitator Co. and Grubb & Ellis Co.
REAL ESTATE
October 8, 1989
Lincoln Property Co. has completed Phase II of the $16-million Lincoln Industrial Center, located at the corner of Avenue Scott and Avenue Rockefeller in the master-planned Valencia Industrial Center in Valencia. The three warehouse/distribution buildings in this phase range in size from 72,000 to 164,784 square feet and include both dock-high and ground-level loading facilities, upgraded sprinkler systems and skylights. The contractor was Breton Construction of Irvine.
BUSINESS
December 2, 1993
* Anita M. Tuckerman has joined Lincoln Property Co. Management Services in Irvine as an asset manager. She is responsible for management of more than 492,000 square feet of commercial properties in Riverside and Cathedral City. Tuckerman was previously with Rancon Financial Corp. and, before that, was an asset manager with Koll Co.
REAL ESTATE
June 28, 1987 | DICK TURPIN, Times Real Estate Editor
The 24th annual "Best in the West" home-building and design competition was dominated once again by Southern California builders and architects who snared 19 grand awards, including two coveted "Home of the Year" prizes.
BUSINESS
July 5, 2011 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
In one of the largest real estate sales since the last boom, investors have purchased the Pasadena headquarters of engineering company Parsons Corp. for $320 million. The 22.7-acre campus on the northern edge of Old Pasadena was bought from Parsons by Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing and Lincoln Property Co. The international engineering firm has agreed to remain in its signature 12-story headquarters tower as a tenant for 15 years. The sale was the largest office transaction in Los Angeles County since Aon Center in downtown Los Angeles sold for $327 million at the peak of the real estate cycle in 2007, according to real estate brokerage statistics.
BUSINESS
August 28, 2001 | BOB HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Southern California's office and industrial markets have cooled in the last year, but many investors still view the Southland as a good place to put money into commercial real estate, especially in comparison with other parts of the country. That appeal to investors--particularly institutional investors--is one of the factors that Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co. is counting on to reestablish itself in Southern California.
BUSINESS
April 21, 1998 | RODNEY BOSCH
A Newport Beach company has purchased a three-story, 127,000-square-foot office building in Westlake Village for more than $11 million. Lincoln Property Co. acquired the building, located on an 8-acre lot in the 2600 block of Townsgate Road, which is currently occupied by Boeing/Rockwell. The site formerly served as a high-security building for Rockwell and IBM. Keith Green and John DeGrinis of the Seeley Co. represented the seller; Old Republic Exchange Facilitator Co. and Grubb & Ellis Co.
BUSINESS
December 2, 1993
* Anita M. Tuckerman has joined Lincoln Property Co. Management Services in Irvine as an asset manager. She is responsible for management of more than 492,000 square feet of commercial properties in Riverside and Cathedral City. Tuckerman was previously with Rancon Financial Corp. and, before that, was an asset manager with Koll Co.
REAL ESTATE
October 8, 1989
Lincoln Property Co. has completed Phase II of the $16-million Lincoln Industrial Center, located at the corner of Avenue Scott and Avenue Rockefeller in the master-planned Valencia Industrial Center in Valencia. The three warehouse/distribution buildings in this phase range in size from 72,000 to 164,784 square feet and include both dock-high and ground-level loading facilities, upgraded sprinkler systems and skylights. The contractor was Breton Construction of Irvine.
REAL ESTATE
June 19, 1988
LPC/Fore Division, Westlake Village, a unit of Lincoln Property Co., Dallas, is expanding its real estate management services for third-party investors, property owners and institutions. The division, formed 10 years ago by Richard Fore, has developed and currently manages properties valued at more than $400 million in California, Nevada and the Baltimore/Washington area, according to Richard Fisher, the company's vice president for asset and property management.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 29, 1987 | SCOTT HARRIS, Times Staff Writer
Judgment Day came Tuesday for the "Jesus Saves" church. After almost five months of delay, the Los Angeles City Council decided to declare the Church of the Open Door (the building) a historic monument, even though the Church of the Open Door (the congregation) objected. In making its 10-3 decision, the council provided up to a one-year moratorium on demolition of the downtown church known for the "Jesus Saves" signs on its roof.
BUSINESS
March 27, 2013 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
A showplace of the early automotive age in downtown Los Angeles a century ago is set to be revived by new owners who have ambitious plans to turn it into offices, a restaurant and a nightclub near L.A. Live. Long vacant, the stocky five-story building at 11th and Hope streets was a warehouse for the now-defunct local department store chain Desmond's. It still has the company's name affixed to the top. But its glory days date to 1916 when it opened as a full-service outpost of Ohio automaker Willys Overland Co. and once sold luxurious Willys-Knight cars to the city's well-to-do.
REAL ESTATE
January 22, 1989
T.C.W. Realty Advisors, Los Angeles, has purchased a 253,288-square-foot industrial building at 7400 Hazard Ave., Westminster, for about $12 million from Lincoln Properties Co. of Irvine, according to the Seeley Co.
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