October 4, 2007 |
Murdock Plaza, a 17-story red-brick office building in Westwood that boasts VIP tenants such as ex-Mayor Richard Riordan and philanthropist Eli Broad, has been acquired for $130 million. The tower at the intersection of Wilshire and Westwood boulevards was completed in 1981 by billionaire investor and developer David H. Murdock, who still occupies a suite there. The building also houses the exclusive Regency Club, which is one of the first private clubs in Los Angeles to admit women as members.
April 18, 2000
A panel of experts will discuss senior-housing development Wednesday at a joint meeting of the Los Angeles chapters of the Urban Land Institute and Commercial Real Estate Women. Eldon Teper of Country Villa Health Services, Richard Washington of Retirement Housing Development and John Fogarty of GMAC Commercial Mortgage Corp.'s Health Care Finance Group will debate the best methods to obtain financing, work with municipalities and develop a successful project. The event will begin at 7 a.m.
May 4, 1986
Architect Arthur O'Leary of O'Leary, Terasawa, Takahashi, De Chellis & Chaffin has been honored by the law firm of Acret & Perrochet for his 35 years of service as an architect to the Los Angeles building and legal communities. A reception, held for O'Leary at the Regency Club in West Los Angeles, was attended by many of the architects who worked and studied with him. O'Leary is known as an expert in forensic architecture.
June 26, 2001
Developer Rick Caruso will be the featured speaker at a meeting of Commercial Real Estate Women-Los Angeles July 10 at the Regency Club, 10900 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles. Caruso is president of Caruso Affiliated Holdings, developer of a number of successful Los Angeles area retail centers and the Grove at Farmers Market project now under construction next to the Farmers Market in Los Angeles. The event will begin at 6 p.m.
March 9, 1999
Three top women executives will discuss career management issues tonight at Women in Commercial Real Estate's March meeting at the Regency Club in Los Angeles. The panel consists of Sherry Barrat, president and chief executive of Northern Trust Bank of California; Kathryn Downing, president of the Los Angeles Times; and Kathy Schlossman, president of the Los Angeles Sports and Entertainment Commission.
September 17, 1992
Police Chief Jim Edwards has suspended the business license of the Regency Club card casino, which has been closed since July 31. The City Council had planned to revoke the card club's license, but pulled back after city officials decided that such action would make it more difficult to line up a new owner. "Now is (not) the time to do that," City Administrator John Bramble said. Federal bankruptcy trustee Steven E.
October 17, 2000
Experts from the worlds of finance, education and transportation will outline plans for spending billions of dollars in state bond funding for transportation, parks and schools at a meeting of the Westside Urban Forum at 7 a.m. Friday at the Regency Club, 10900 Wilshire Blvd., Westwood.
November 6, 2001
Real estate and finance experts will discuss the outlook for the Los Angeles economy and the real estate market Nov. 13 at the annual economic forecast sponsored by Commercial Real Estate Women--Los Angeles. Speakers will include Russell Goldsmith, chairman and CEO of City National Bank; Stanley Iezman, president and CEO of American Realty Advisors; and Doug McEachern, partner in charge of western region real estate for Deloitte & Touche. The program will run from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.
June 15, 2008 |
With temperatures heading up in the desert, resort prices are heading down. Spend the night at Hyatt Grand Champions Resort in Indian Wells, Calif., for as little as $99 this summer. The deal: The special rate, available Sundays through Thursdays through Aug. 31, climbs to $149 on Fridays and Saturdays. Guests also receive a 25% discount on hotel restaurants. Other summer deals: an additional $25 will buy an upgrade to a golf- or pool-view room; $60 will buy an upgrade to Regency Club rooms.
May 16, 2000
Architects, planners and developers will discuss the Los Angeles region's "design dilemma" at a breakfast program Friday sponsored by the Westside Urban Forum. Scheduled for 7 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. at the Regency Club, 10900 Wilshire Blvd. in Westwood, the program will address questions including: Is good design a financially viable investment? Has the design review process created consistency or simply diluted outstanding projects? Who is the arbiter of taste?