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August 1, 1989 | CHARLES STROUSE, Times Staff Writer
A group of local developers wants to give Orange County's most rapidly growing office area a fast-track name: Orange County Centraplex. Eight office developers said Monday that they would begin a coast-to-coast promotion to attract more business to a 30-square-mile section in the heart of the county, a section that takes in portions of Santa Ana, Anaheim, Garden Grove and Orange.
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August 1, 1989 | CHARLES STROUSE, Times Staff Writer
A group of local developers wants to give Orange County's most rapidly growing office area a fast-track name: Orange County Centraplex. Eight office developers said Monday that they would begin a coast-to-coast promotion to attract more business to a 30-square-mile section in the heart of the county, a section that takes in portions of Santa Ana, Anaheim, Garden Grove and Orange.
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BUSINESS
January 25, 1991 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
What's in a name? Profits, some developers hope. That's why they're giving trendy names to Orange County commercial areas these days. With some of these places, there wasn't even a "there" there until recently. The cluster of high-rise offices around South Coast Plaza, for instance, was mostly bean fields until the mall was built in 1967. Now it's called South Coast Metro.
REAL ESTATE
March 11, 1990 | RON GALPERIN, Galperin is a Los Angeles-based free-lance writer who has covered the commercial real estate scene for several years
The bidding war has started. Real estate brokers nationwide are teaming up with auctioneers to offer sellers one more incentive for signing with them. And real estate auctioneers are trying to take their image beyond the courthouse steps by planning more upscale sales to the public. Everybody wants to claim a part of the more than 30,000 properties that are to be sold through the Resolution Trust Corp., the agency charged with liquidating assets of defunct thrift institutions.
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