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June 22, 1995 | GREG JOHNSON
Orange County's largest ice skating and in-line roller hockey arena complex will open next summer at Portola Parkway and Lake Forest Drive in Foothill Ranch, project developers said Wednesday. Glacial Garden Inc. and Muller Co. will build the $7-million, 75,000-square-foot complex on a 5.7-acre parcel near the Foothill Ranch Towne Centre and Marketplace, a 1.3-million-square-foot retail center.
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May 22, 2007 | From Bloomberg News
Maguire Properties Inc., the biggest office landlord in downtown Los Angeles, agreed to sell three office properties in Orange County that it bought from Blackstone Group in February for $310 million. Closely held Rockwood Capital and Muller Co., based in Laguna Hills, are buying the offices, Maguire said Monday. The proceeds will help pay for buildings in Los Angeles and Orange County that Maguire bought from Blackstone for $2.88 billion. Maguire, owner of the 72-story U.S.
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BUSINESS
March 27, 1999 | Daryl Strickland
ING Realty Partners LP and Muller Co. said Friday that they jointly acquired five research and development properties, three of them in Orange County, for $77.4 million. ING, a real estate developer and investor, and Muller, a property management firm, are both based in Laguna Hills and have been partners in past deals. The buildings, which total about 900,000 square feet, are 90% leased, said ING Vice President Jon Muller.
BUSINESS
October 2, 2001 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
An affiliate of Muller Co. purchased two office complexes in Orange County from longtime owner Bentall Capital for nearly $75 million. Muller bought the two-building One Pacific Plaza complex in Huntington Beach and the former Bentall Executive Centre (now Tustin Centre) in Santa Ana in a venture with Greenwich, Conn.-based investment-fund manager Rockwood Capital Corp. The properties include a total of about 480,000 square feet of leasable space and have an occupancy rate of about 95%.
BUSINESS
October 2, 2001 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
An affiliate of Muller Co. purchased two office complexes in Orange County from longtime owner Bentall Capital for nearly $75 million. Muller bought the two-building One Pacific Plaza complex in Huntington Beach and the former Bentall Executive Centre (now Tustin Centre) in Santa Ana in a venture with Greenwich, Conn.-based investment-fund manager Rockwood Capital Corp. The properties include a total of about 480,000 square feet of leasable space and have an occupancy rate of about 95%.
BUSINESS
May 22, 2007 | From Bloomberg News
Maguire Properties Inc., the biggest office landlord in downtown Los Angeles, agreed to sell three office properties in Orange County that it bought from Blackstone Group in February for $310 million. Closely held Rockwood Capital and Muller Co., based in Laguna Hills, are buying the offices, Maguire said Monday. The proceeds will help pay for buildings in Los Angeles and Orange County that Maguire bought from Blackstone for $2.88 billion. Maguire, owner of the 72-story U.S.
REAL ESTATE
July 9, 1989
The Muller Co., an Irvine-based developer, has paid $2.4 million to NI Industries for 7.4 acres of land at 1225 W. Imperial Blvd., Brea. Muller plans to build a 185,000-square-foot distribution center on the site for Nature's Best, a health-food distributor. Coldwell Banker represented both parties in the sale.
REAL ESTATE
August 11, 1985
The Muller Co. of Newport Beach has bought the 1254,200-square-foot Harbor Point industrial building on 9.22 acres at 18233 Hoover St., Gardena , from the present occupant, the Bienenfeld Premier organization, which plans to relocate in the South Bay area. The sale was negotiated by Collins Fuller of Irvine and Riverside.
REAL ESTATE
May 18, 1986
A partnership of principals of the Muller Co. and Occidental Development Fund III has acquired the Upland Technology Center near Central Ave. in Upland from American Telecommunications Corp. Financing in the amount of $5.37 million was provided by Weyerhaeuser Mortgage Co., Irvine.
REAL ESTATE
February 23, 1986
Construction has begun on Rancho Technology Center, a $14-million research-and-development complex on 18.42 acres in Rancho Cucamonga. A joint venture of the Muller Co. of Newport Beach and Occidental Development Fund II, the 360,930-square-foot, seven-building project is being constructed in two phases with Phase 1 scheduled to be completed in May. Designers are Kowalski-Harding & Associates Inc. of Carson.
BUSINESS
March 27, 1999 | Daryl Strickland
ING Realty Partners LP and Muller Co. said Friday that they jointly acquired five research and development properties, three of them in Orange County, for $77.4 million. ING, a real estate developer and investor, and Muller, a property management firm, are both based in Laguna Hills and have been partners in past deals. The buildings, which total about 900,000 square feet, are 90% leased, said ING Vice President Jon Muller.
BUSINESS
June 22, 1995 | GREG JOHNSON
Orange County's largest ice skating and in-line roller hockey arena complex will open next summer at Portola Parkway and Lake Forest Drive in Foothill Ranch, project developers said Wednesday. Glacial Garden Inc. and Muller Co. will build the $7-million, 75,000-square-foot complex on a 5.7-acre parcel near the Foothill Ranch Towne Centre and Marketplace, a 1.3-million-square-foot retail center.
REAL ESTATE
July 9, 1989
The Muller Co., an Irvine-based developer, has paid $2.4 million to NI Industries for 7.4 acres of land at 1225 W. Imperial Blvd., Brea. Muller plans to build a 185,000-square-foot distribution center on the site for Nature's Best, a health-food distributor. Coldwell Banker represented both parties in the sale.
BUSINESS
August 27, 1988 | Michael Flagg, Times staff writer
While some manufacturers are moving out of Orange County, repelled by high costs and scarce labor, a few are moving in. One of them is Mark Industries, a Long Beach maker of scissor lifts, which will move its plant and warehouse to 205 S. Puente Street in Brea. Mark signed a long-term lease of more than $20 million for 217,000 square feet. Owner of the property is The Muller Co. in Irvine. Broker on the deal was Coldwell Banker Commercial Real Estate Services.
NEWS
July 2, 1987
Carson officials and developers are continuing protracted efforts to put a hotel and office complex near the city Community Center despite new difficulties. Because of financing and legal problems, the developers, Gestec Properties and the Muller Co., missed the latest deadline to buy the 6.3-acre site from the city. On Monday, City Atty. Glenn Watson told the City Council that Carson's agreement with the developers had lapsed because they had failed to put up $3.
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