March 13, 1988
An early spring construction start is expected on a $1.5-million, 16,000-square-foot office building by Phoenix Telesis Development on Oceanside Boulevard in Oceanside. The designer is Turpit & Partners, Architects, San Diego.
February 12, 1989
A six-story office building at 1700 E. Walnut Ave., El Segundo, has been acquired by Walnut Plaza Ltd. of San Francisco in a delayed, tax-deferred exchange with C2H2 Partnership Ltd., Los Angeles investment group, for $26.6-million, according to Grubb & Ellis Commercial Real Estate Services.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 1, 2000 |
Overwhelming public opposition and concern over excessive traffic and noise led the City Council to reject a plan for a gas station and mini-mart at 5951 Kellogg Drive more than two years ago. But a new plan for a two-story office building at that same location drew little opposition last month. The council recently upheld and approved that project with only a few people opposed to it.
October 27, 1985
The first office building developed as part of the Alhambra Redevelopment Agency's revitalization program, La Plaza de Alhambra, has been purchased for more than $3 million by the Alhambra Partnership from the owner-developer, Goldrich, Kest & Hirsh, according to Travers Realty Corp. which handled the transaction. The three-story, 25,000-square foot building at 200 S. Garfield Ave.
August 7, 2001
Miller Bros. Acquisitions of Calabasas purchased a 137,762-square-foot office building at 30700 Russell Ranch Road in Westlake Village for $27.2 million from Los Angeles-based Westlake North Associates, a partnership of Investment Development Services and Kennedy Associates. Kevin Shannon, Jim Lindvall and Tom Festa of Grubb & Ellis represented the buyer and the seller.
March 6, 1988
HDS Plaza, a 4-story office building, will be built in Sunwest Business Park in San Bernardino with a $7.1-million construction loan placed by the Southern California office of Lomas & Nettleton Real Estate Investment Banking. The building will contain 98,000 square feet and will be located on nearly five acres. The developer is the Simchowitz Corp.; the architect is Banzuelo/Rierson Inc. of San Bernardino.