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BUSINESS
March 12, 1986
BCE Development Corp. of Vancouver, Canada, agreed to acquire Oxford Properties Inc., the wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of Oxford Development Group Ltd. of Toronto. As part of the transaction, BCE has acquired prime downtown real estate properties in five major U.S. cities, including Chicago, Denver, Phoenix, Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minn.
REAL ESTATE
August 10, 1986
A major New York law firm plans to open its first Los Angeles office in the fall at Citicorp Center in Citicorp Plaza. The firm--Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson--has a staff of 300 attorneys, who handle securities, tax, litigation, government contracts, real estate, technology, transfers and energy law. It is the third major New York law firm to move into Citicorp Center, joining Shearman & Sterling and Mendes & Mount.
REAL ESTATE
August 2, 1987
Construction has begun in Torrance on Centre Pointe Plaza, the eight-story, $65-million headquarters of CCH Computax Inc. The developer is Oxford Properties Inc. The architect of the 320,000-square-foot project at Hawthorne and Torrance boulevards is Albert C. Martin & Associates, Los Angeles. The general contractor is McCarthy/Pacific, Newport Beach.
NEWS
September 22, 1985
Six and five seem to be the magic and lucky numbers for the city's newest office tower. Citicorp Center--first phase of a $650-million development--is scheduled to open next month with nearly 65% of its 900,000 square feet of leasable space committed--a high percentage for a building of this size.
REAL ESTATE
January 27, 1985
An October opening is scheduled for Citicorp Center, the first of three office towers planned for the $650-million, 7.9-acre Citicorp Plaza project at 7th and Figueroa streets in downtown Los Angeles, according to a spokesman for Oxford-Prudential Joint Venture, the developers. The first phase of Citicorp Plaza will also include a three-level retail mall anchored by Bullocks and May Co. department stores.
REAL ESTATE
June 15, 1986
Robert O. Anderson, chairman of the executive committee and a director of Atlantic Richfield Co., received the "Spirit of Los Angeles" award from the Los Angeles Headquarters City Assn. at its 25th annual--"Silver Anniversary"-- luncheon in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion of the Music Center.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 24, 1990 | JANET RAE-DUPREE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Reversing their decision of two months ago, Torrance City Council members voted Tuesday to allow construction of a six-story office building and parking structure complex near one of the city's busiest intersections. After first voting 4-3 Tuesday to reject the project on Torrance Boulevard near Hawthorne Boulevard, council members asked developers from Oxford Properties Inc. to eliminate a separate single-story building from their plans.
NEWS
January 8, 1987 | GEORGE STEIN, Times Staff Writer
The City Council approved an environmental impact report for a major development near the Del Amo Fashion Center despite a warning from mall officials that the project could generate "disastrous" traffic. The sole council member opposing the report was William Applegate. "I don't want us to screw up" the traffic pattern, "which is already very bad," he said. At issue are plans of Oxford Properties Inc. to develop 16.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1990 | GEORGE STEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Voicing concerns about traffic and density, the Torrance City Council rejected a proposal to build a seven-story office building and four-story parking structure near the corner of Hawthorne and Torrance boulevards, one of the city's busiest intersections. After the council's 6-1 vote against the proposal Tuesday, Duke Runnels, senior vice president of Oxford Properties Inc., said his firm would design a smaller project.
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