February 12, 1989
Overton, Moore & Associates Inc., Los Angeles, has entered into a long-term ground lease with Cox Broadcasting Co. to create a $30-million business park on radio station KFI's transmitter site in La Mirada.
June 12, 1988
Phase 1 of San Fernando Business Center, a $38-million industrial park, has opened on the former site of the San Fernando Airport, Arroyo Avenue and Foothill Boulevard, just off the 210 Freeway. Concurrently, a second phase of the project under construction will add three new buildings to the 33-acre development, totaling 361,000 square feet. Phase 1 has 298,000 square feet, of which 163,000 square feet have been leased to Pharmavite Corp.
April 3, 2001 |
Developer Overton, Moore & Associates Inc. has completed the 547,000-square-foot first phase of its 1.9-million-square-foot Port Los Angeles Distribution Center at Gaffey Street and Westmont Drive in San Pedro.
October 6, 1985
Parnelli Jones Inc. has leased a 100,000-square-foot industrial building at 350 Apra St. in the Los Angeles Business Center in Dominguez Hills for its corporate headquarters and distribution center. Crown Associates represented both parties in the 10-year transaction valued at more than $4 million. The building is a development of Overton, Moore & Associates Inc. and Copley Real Estate Advisors.
December 21, 1986
The $50-million Pacific Commerce Center, fronting the Long Beach Freeway at Del Amo Boulevard in Long Beach, has held its grand opening. The 33-acre project is a joint venture of the Carson-based developer, Overton, Moore & Associates Inc. and Copley Real Estate Advisors of Boston, and is tailored to meet the expansion needs of traditional Long Beach area businesses. Pacific Commerce Center ultimately will consist of 600,000 square feet of space.
February 22, 2000 |
Developer Overton, Moore & Associates Inc. and Pacific Coast Capital Partners, both of Los Angeles, will break ground Thursday on an 81-acre, $115-million development of industrial buildings called Port Los Angeles Distribution Center in San Pedro, the companies said. The project, at Gaffey Street and Westmont Drive across from the Port of Los Angeles, will provide 1.