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September 15, 1989
An Irvine partnership bought Arbor Village Center, a complex of offices, stores and restaurants in Irvine, for $13.6 million. Selling to Globe Partnership was Rancon Realty Fund of Temecula. The 7.5-acre complex is a block west of the Santa Ana Freeway at Walnut Avenue. The 9-year-old complex is almost fully leased. It has eight buildings with 77,000 square feet of space on 7.5 acres. Burke Commercial Real Estate's Irvine office represented Globe.
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BUSINESS
September 15, 1989
An Irvine partnership bought Arbor Village Center, a complex of offices, stores and restaurants in Irvine, for $13.6 million. Selling to Globe Partnership was Rancon Realty Fund of Temecula. The 7.5-acre complex is a block west of the Santa Ana Freeway at Walnut Avenue. The 9-year-old complex is almost fully leased. It has eight buildings with 77,000 square feet of space on 7.5 acres. Burke Commercial Real Estate's Irvine office represented Globe.
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REAL ESTATE
July 13, 1986
Construction is expected to begin this month on the first homes in the master-planned community of Alta Murrieta, a 534-acre Rancho California community expected to eventually consist of 2,310 homes, acres of parks, a school site and neighborhood shopping center. Rancon Realty Fund II is developing the master-planned community in southwestern Riverside County and the Toman Co. of Irvine in partnership with Rancon Realty Fund II is developing the first 200 homes, known as Country Walk.
REAL ESTATE
July 21, 1985
ParkCentre Plaza, the first phase of the $180-million, 140-acre ParkCentre Complex in San Bernardino, has been topped out, according to Rancon Realty Fund IV of Temecula, the developer. The Plaza is a $7-million, 80,000-square-foot, four-story glass-and-brick structure scheduled for completion in December. Cushman & Wakefield, the exclusive leasing agent, expects it to open with 35% to 40% of the space leased.
REAL ESTATE
February 1, 1987
A meticulous restoration of an adobe home built in 1879 by Temecula Valley pioneer Jose Maria Gonzales is the centerpiece of Old Adobe Plaza, a new $10-million, nine-acre shopping center that is nearing completion in Rancho California. In an additional tribute to the Basque origins of Gonzales, the shopping plaza at Overland Drive and Jefferson Avenue was designed in a Mediterranean style by Coombs & Mesquita, a San Diego architectural firm.
BUSINESS
September 17, 2002 | Jesus Sanchez
Opus West Corp. has purchased approximately 40 acres of dairy land in Chino for the development of 900,000 square feet of industrial and distribution space. A 20-acre parcel at the northwest corner of Edison and Mountain avenues is earmarked for the construction of 10 buildings totaling nearly 400,000 square feet of space. The first phase of the project is scheduled to be completed in April. On a 21.
NEWS
April 6, 1986 | EVELYN De WOLFE
The name RANCON on a new four-story office building in the heart of Rancho California's business district, communicates in a simple, direct way its conglomerate of affiliates--Rancon Financial Corp., Rancon Securities Corp. and Rancon Real Estate Corp.--all engaged in a broad spectrum of real estate-related activities.
REAL ESTATE
June 1, 1986 | JANET NAIRN, Janet Nairn, a design editor and writer, will be covering the design and architectural field during Sam Hall Kaplan's absence. and Sam Hall Kaplan is traveling in Europe on a National Endowment of the Arts grant
At a time when design competitions are commonplace, it is unusual to find one as meritorious as the recently held Rancho Cucamonga Civic Center Corporate Plaza student competition, sponsored by Barton Development Co. and the California Council of Architectural Education. A team from UCLA's Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Design emerged as the clear winner.
REAL ESTATE
August 16, 1987 | DAVID M. KINCHEN, Times Staff Writer
One measure of progress in Rancho California, the rapidly growing Riverside County community spread over 153 square miles--more than three times the land area of San Francisco--is the number of traffic signals. Until August, 1984, there wasn't one to be found in Rancho California and Temecula, the picturesque Old West community within the boundaries of Rancho California.
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