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September 27, 1987
The Ratkovich Co. will move Oct. 5 to Wiltern Center, 3780 Wilshire Blvd.
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December 16, 2005 | From Bloomberg News
Property developer Ratkovich Co. and Prudential Real Estate Advisers bought the tallest tower in Los Angeles' Miracle Mile area, along with two adjacent buildings, for about $102.5 million. Ratkovich, based in Los Angeles, and Prudential Real Estate, the property investment unit of Prudential Financial Inc. of Newark, N.J., bought the 32-story building at 5900 Wilshire Blvd. along with two two-story satellite buildings from RMR Management Co.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 31, 1989
A proposal to turn the site of the former Pike Amusement Park in Long Beach into a $1-billion seaside development of office buildings, residences, hotel rooms and shops won one of several key approvals Thursday from the city Planning Commission.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1992 | TINA GRIEGO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A shaky real estate market and the nation's stagnating economy have forced developers of a $1-billion "city within a city" on the Long Beach oceanfront to postpone this summer's long-awaited groundbreaking for at least a year.
BUSINESS
December 16, 2005 | From Bloomberg News
Property developer Ratkovich Co. and Prudential Real Estate Advisers bought the tallest tower in Los Angeles' Miracle Mile area, along with two adjacent buildings, for about $102.5 million. Ratkovich, based in Los Angeles, and Prudential Real Estate, the property investment unit of Prudential Financial Inc. of Newark, N.J., bought the 32-story building at 5900 Wilshire Blvd. along with two two-story satellite buildings from RMR Management Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 13, 1989
The state Coastal Commission on Wednesday approved changes in the local coastal plan that will allow developers to erect a "mini-city" on the site of the old Pike amusement park in Long Beach. The mixed-use development of offices, shops, hotels and residences will eventually employ 8,000 workers and provide homes for 2,000 people. Scheduled for ground-breaking next year, the $1-billion project will be built in phases over a 13-year period by the development team of The Ratkovich Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1992 | TINA GRIEGO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A shaky real estate market and the nation's stagnating economy have forced developers of a $1-billion "city within a city" on the Long Beach oceanfront to postpone this summer's long-awaited groundbreaking for at least a year.
REAL ESTATE
June 18, 1989
Two South Bay industrial sites are being expanded and updated by the Ratkovich Co. and Copley Real Estate Advisors at a total cost of $22 million. The sites include the South Santa Fe Project in Rancho Dominguez and the Alameda Industrial Center in Carson.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 18, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
With an understaffed Planning Department struggling to keep up with its workload, the City Council will allow plans to renovate historic Casa Romantica mansion to be delayed about six months. Recent resignations of key personnel in City Hall forced the delay, City Manager Michael T. Parness told the council last week. In addition, the project has been stalled by the April 30 decision by the developer, the Ratkovich Co., to pull out of the renovation plans because of community opposition.
NEWS
May 25, 1995
The neighborhood near the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Western Avenue has long suffered from a lack of markets, but relief may be on the way. Developers recently announced a deal with Ralphs Grocery Co. to build a 46,000-square-foot, $7.5-million supermarket on the site of the landmark Wiltern Theater's parking lot. Construction is expected to begin in September, with completion expected by spring.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 13, 1989
The state Coastal Commission on Wednesday approved changes in the local coastal plan that will allow developers to erect a "mini-city" on the site of the old Pike amusement park in Long Beach. The mixed-use development of offices, shops, hotels and residences will eventually employ 8,000 workers and provide homes for 2,000 people. Scheduled for ground-breaking next year, the $1-billion project will be built in phases over a 13-year period by the development team of The Ratkovich Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 31, 1989
A proposal to turn the site of the former Pike Amusement Park in Long Beach into a $1-billion seaside development of office buildings, residences, hotel rooms and shops won one of several key approvals Thursday from the city Planning Commission.
REAL ESTATE
September 27, 1987
The Ratkovich Co. will move Oct. 5 to Wiltern Center, 3780 Wilshire Blvd.
REAL ESTATE
June 5, 1988
A $20-million, 10-year construction and permanent loan has been provided by Tokai Bank for the new $26.5-million, five-story campus of FIDM/The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. With a construction start scheduled for August, the 180,000-square-foot facility will occupy a 4 1/2-acre site bordered by Grand Avenue, 9th and Hope streets and Olympic Boulevard. The project includes 20,000 square feet of outside terraces and underground parking. FIDM Realty, the Ratkovich Co.
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