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January 1, 2000
"The San Fernando Valley's high income levels and employment base make it a desirable place to develop our type of project."--Douglas Brown. "Particularly when you have cities like Burbank that work hand-in-hand with you in promoting growth."--Jeffrey Dinkin. Names: Douglas S. Brown, left, and Jeffrey A. Dinkin Ages: 40 Home: Santa Monica (two blocks apart) Profession: Managing partners, Beverly Hills-based Regent Properties Inc.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 1, 2000
"The San Fernando Valley's high income levels and employment base make it a desirable place to develop our type of project."--Douglas Brown. "Particularly when you have cities like Burbank that work hand-in-hand with you in promoting growth."--Jeffrey Dinkin. Names: Douglas S. Brown, left, and Jeffrey A. Dinkin Ages: 40 Home: Santa Monica (two blocks apart) Profession: Managing partners, Beverly Hills-based Regent Properties Inc.
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BUSINESS
July 18, 2000 | BOB HOWARD
West Hills Corporate Village, a 560,000-square-foot office park at the site of a former Hughes Aircraft Co. research and development facility, has reached 100% occupancy with the signing of Countrywide Home Loans to a 10-year lease for 140,000 square feet. The transaction is valued at about $34 million, according to an announcement by the office park's developers and owners, Beverly Hills-based Regent Properties Inc. and Burbank-based Shamrock Holdings of California.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 2005 | Bob Pool, Times Staff Writer
Talk about the tale wagging the pup. Quite frankly, the owner of the landmark Tail O' the Pup hadn't expected the story of the upcoming closure of his West Hollywood hot dog stand to be bandied about so soon. And with the word out, he certainly wasn't viewing his next meeting with his landlord with much relish. That's because Dennis Blake is still negotiating with the owners of the San Vicente Boulevard site on which his distinctive, hot dog-shaped eatery sits to move it to a permanent location.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1996 | STEVE RYFLE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Calling it "a major step" toward the rebirth of downtown Glendale, officials Tuesday approved plans to convert a run-down area into a $30-million open-air mall, the city's largest retail development since the Glendale Galleria. The City Council, acting in its role as directors of the Glendale Redevelopment Agency, unanimously approved the deal with Beverly Hills-based developer Regent Properties Inc. to construct the mall, dubbed Glendale Marketplace.
BUSINESS
May 22, 2001
Law firm McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen renewed its lease and expanded its space by one-half to occupy a total of 76,470 square feet in KPMG Tower at 355 S. Grand Ave. in Los Angeles. The 10-year lease is valued at approximately $25 million. Clay W. Hammerstein and Stephen L. Bay of Insignia/ESG represented the tenant. Landlord Maguire Partners was represented in-house by Tony Morales and Pat McRoskey. Regent Properties Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 2000 | KAREN ROBINSON-JACOBS
Gadgets, gizmos and the "gee whiz" factor are helping to reshape the market for Valley office properties. In about a month, workers at the new West Hills Corporate Village will be able to rest on benches alongside an artificial lake without feeling too guilty about leaving work behind: The benches will be equipped with laptop ports. At the Woodland Hills headquarters of Unova Corp.
BUSINESS
January 5, 1999 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Who will be making headlines in 1999? The latest trends in the marketplace suggest that--with some exceptions--the newsmakers will be a markedly different cast of characters than graced this feature a year ago. At that time, the investment community--led by aggressive real estate investment trusts--was grabbing the bulk of coverage.
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