September 20, 1990 |
The president and chief executive of developer Signal Landmark said Tuesday that he has resigned to start a consulting firm after Signal's parent company hired an outside firm to oversee Signal's operations. Peter B. Denniston, 38, joined Irvine-based Signal Landmark a little more than two years ago. But parent company Henley Properties Inc. in June hired The Koll Co., a Newport Beach developer, to manage its buildings and development projects.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 2, 2001
Environmentalists hoping to block construction of the massive Playa Vista residential and commercial project near Marina del Rey received a setback Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court let stand a lower court ruling favoring the development. Developers praised the court's refusal to take up the 5-year-old legal dispute over a federal permit for dredging on a small portion of the project. Foes vowed to press on with their opposition, however.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 5, 1998
A federal judge on Wednesday refused environmentalists' plea for an injunction to bar bulldozing on the Playa Vista development site near Marina del Rey, but gave the plaintiffs until Friday afternoon to appeal his ruling. Officials of the Wetlands Action Network, which along with plaintiffs CalPIRG and the Southwestern Center for Biological Diversity sought the injunction, said Wednesday that they would appeal District Judge Ronald S.W. Lew's decision to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
September 21, 1986 |
Sears, Roebuck & Co.'s building subsidiary, Homart Development Co., will celebrate completion of its first office building in Los Angeles, Wilshire Landmark in Brentwood, with a grand opening Wednesday. The 24-story, $85-million building is at 11755 Wilshire Blvd., at Granville Avenue, west of the San Diego Freeway.