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September 5, 1995 | EDWARD J. BOYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The deal, as one observer put it privately, is one where angels might fear to tread. But if ever a project needed an angel, Hawthorne Plaza does. Tenants have taken flight in droves over the past several years, leaving half the stores empty. Like the debt-ridden city of Hawthorne itself, those shuttered businesses are casualties of the aerospace industry's economic free-fall.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 5, 1995 | EDWARD J. BOYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The deal, as one observer put it privately, is one where angels might fear to tread. But if ever a project needed an angel, Hawthorne Plaza does. Tenants have taken flight in droves over the past several years, leaving half the stores empty. Like the debt-ridden city of Hawthorne itself, those shuttered businesses are casualties of the aerospace industry's economic free-fall.
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REAL ESTATE
November 8, 1987
Oliver McMillan Inc. and CalMat Properties have named Grubb & Ellis Co. exclusive leasing agent for their $100-million Rio Vista Towers office building under construction in San Diego's Mission Valley.
REAL ESTATE
November 15, 1987
Construction has been topped-out on the first-phase 12-story office building of Rio Vista Towers, being developed at Stadium Way and Friars Road, San Diego, by Oliver McMillan Inc., San Diego, and CalMat Properties, Los Angeles. Completion of the $100-million project is set for October, 1988. Nielsen Construction Co., San Diego, is general contractor. The architect is Buss Silvers Hughes Associates, San Diego.
REAL ESTATE
April 10, 1988
Imported rose granite and reflective pewter glass is being installed on the first high-rise at Rio Vista Towers, a $100-million mixed-use complex at the southeast corner of Stadium Way and Friars Road in Mission Valley. The 12-story office tower, two 2-story office buildings, a health club and restaurant will be built in the first phase. The second phase, to be completed in 1990, will have a second 12-story tower. The 430,000-square-foot project is being jointly developed by Oliver McMillan Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 1990
Physician Cesar Candari, school administrator Maida Torres-Stanovik and union leader Thomas Vandeveld Jr. were appointed Tuesday to four-year terms on the San Diego Stadium Authority Governing Board. Labor leader Joseph Francis, who narrowly lost the competition last month for appointment to the San Diego Board of Port Commissioners, was named to a three-year term on the San Diego Convention Center Corp. board of directors. Developer Morgan Dene Oliver was reappointed to a new three-year term.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 17, 1987
Two significant redevelopment projects proposed for downtown San Diego cleared important hurdles Friday. The Centre City Development Corp., the city's downtown redevelopment agency, gave initial approval to a $6.3 million plan to build apartments, offices and stores masking Horton Plaza's unsightly parking garage and a proposed project of undetermined value for a residential high-rise just south of Horton Plaza, across from Nordstrom.
REAL ESTATE
March 13, 1988
The San Diego City Council has entered into an exclusive negotiating agreement with joint-venture partners Oliver McMillan Inc. and the Odmark Development Co., San Diego, to develop an urban village on 12.4 acres in Hillcrest. The project, to be located at the site of the former Sears Roebuck & Co. store on Cleveland Avenue, will include a centrally located community center, 370 residential units ranging in size from 675 to 1,200 square feet and 140,000 square feet of commercial space.
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