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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1988
Santa Monica officials, in a concession to Los Angeles leaders and homeowner groups, are urging a 21% reduction in a huge office complex proposed for a 37-acre plot of land south of Santa Monica Airport. The developer, Reliance Development Group, has submitted plans for a 1.4-million-square-foot office and movie studio complex for the site, which is in the southeastern corner of Santa Monica adjacent to several Los Angeles neighborhoods.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1988
Santa Monica officials, in a concession to Los Angeles leaders and homeowner groups, are urging a 21% reduction in a huge office complex proposed for a 37-acre plot of land south of Santa Monica Airport. The developer, Reliance Development Group, has submitted plans for a 1.4-million-square-foot office and movie studio complex for the site, which is in the southeastern corner of Santa Monica adjacent to several Los Angeles neighborhoods.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1987
Santa Monica officials are recommending the New York-based Reliance Development Group be picked to develop 37 acres of choice land adjacent to the Santa Monica Airport. The city's largest development project in recent history, expected to take seven to nine years and cost $180 million, will include offices and a production studio.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1987
Santa Monica officials are recommending the New York-based Reliance Development Group be picked to develop 37 acres of choice land adjacent to the Santa Monica Airport. The city's largest development project in recent history, expected to take seven to nine years and cost $180 million, will include offices and a production studio.
NEWS
January 1, 1986 | DOROTHY TOWNSEND, Times Staff Writer
The wife and two children of an iron worker killed in a Dec. 18 accident at a high-rise office building under construction in downtown Los Angeles filed a wrongful-death suit Tuesday, charging builders with allowing unsafe and unfit conditions for workers. The Los Angeles Superior Court suit contends that the builders negligently and carelessly allowed the building structure to be overloaded, causing steel beams to fall, killing Michael James Golden, 29, of Upland.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 20, 1985 | JOHN KENDALL and TED ROHRLICH, Times Staff Writers
Government investigators Thursday began trying to pinpoint the cause of the partial collapse of a high-rise building under construction in downtown Los Angeles, as workers completed the tricky and dangerous job of sifting through rubble to remove the bodies of the three ironworkers who died in Wednesday's accident. The victims were Edward Leon Winchester, 47, of the Los Angeles area; Michael James Golden, 29, of Upland, and his brother, Patrick Duane Golden, 28, of Ontario.
NEWS
December 19, 1985 | JOHN KENDALL and TED ROHRLICH, Times Staff Writers
A stack of steel girders suddenly plunged through 11 floors of a high-rise office tower under construction in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, carrying three workers to their deaths and injuring half a dozen others. The accident occurred at 11:42 a.m. as the girders were being hoisted by a crane from a truck below to the fifth level of the structure at 1000 Wilshire Blvd., between the Los Angeles Hilton and the Harbor Freeway.
REAL ESTATE
April 1, 1990 | RON GALPERIN, Galperin is a Los Angeles-based free-lance writer
We've all heard of power windows, power tools and power lunches. Now, yet another new concept is about to make its way into our language--"power centers." We're talking about giant "concrete boxes," as their developers call them, clustered together to create a new type of shopping center--the power center--which rings up four times the sales volume of comparably sized regional malls.
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