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September 10, 1998 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Veteran Southern California real estate developers Alan and Henry Casden have jumped back into the apartment acquisitions arena, buying one of Orange County's biggest rental communities recently for what may be a record price. They also have recently purchased properties in Los Angeles County. Orange County real estate professionals estimated that a Casden Co. affiliate paid between $110 million and $114 million for the Lakes, a 770-unit apartment community in Costa Mesa near South Coast Plaza.
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September 10, 1998 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Veteran Southern California real estate developers Alan and Henry Casden have jumped back into the apartment acquisitions arena, buying one of Orange County's biggest rental communities recently for what may be a record price. They also have recently purchased properties in Los Angeles County. Orange County real estate professionals estimated that a Casden Co. affiliate paid between $110 million and $114 million for the Lakes, a 770-unit apartment community in Costa Mesa near South Coast Plaza.
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NEWS
September 22, 1985
Every indicator in a survey just completed by Coldwell Banker Commercial Real Estate Services points toward this year becoming one of the biggest ever for commercial/industrial real estate development in Orange County. The survey reported that 44 shopping centers totaling 5.9 million square feet, and 46 office buildings totaling 6.6 million square feet, are under way and that the county could produce an absorption rate of 13 million square feet of industrial space if present trends continue.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 2008 | Christian Berthelsen, Times Staff Writer
Acting at the request of the politically powerful real estate development industry, Orange County has agreed to postpone collecting fees for housing construction projects, without any analysis or discussion about the effect it will have on the county's finances. County officials and building industry representatives characterized the measure as an effort to help builders hit by the credit crunch and the real estate downturn to get projects off the ground.
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