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REAL ESTATE
September 25, 1988
Construction is under way on Residence Inn, a $10-million residential hotel for business travelers, relocating employees and extended-stay visitors in the Irvine Co.'s Irvine Spectrum business center. The two-story, 112-unit project, a subsidiary of Marriott Corp., will be the first hotel to serve the 2,600-acre business center when completed next summer at Alton Parkway and Studebaker and Morgan streets.
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BUSINESS
March 14, 2013 | By Alejandro Lazo
‏ AEG helped spark a downtown Los Angeles renaissance with its bold bet on the once-beaten-down no-go zone. Today a halted sale of the company - and its marquee sports  and entertainment holdings which include Staples Center, LA Live and the Los Angeles Kings - will probably do little to stop the development march, said consultant Alan Reay of Atlas Hospitality. Even hiccups in efforts to reel in a professional football team - and build a stadium downtown - would do little to stop the neighborhood's upswing, Reay said.
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BUSINESS
March 28, 2012 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
With tourism on the rise in downtown Los Angeles, construction is set to begin on a $172-million Marriott hotel complex that has even bigger aspirations than when it was announced almost a year ago. Downtown's thriving hotel market can be seen in the long-anticipated development near the L.A. Live entertainment complex and Staples Center, which has grown by a floor and 15 additional rooms from the original plan. Now set to be 23 stories, the tower on Olympic Boulevard will house a 174-room Courtyard by Marriott and a 218-room Residence Inn by Marriott under one roof when it opens in summer 2014.
NEWS
January 18, 2013 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
Washington, D.C.,l seemed far too quiet Thursday for a city on the brink of what's supposed to be a big street-jamming people party that happens every four years when a president is sworn into office. President Obama will take the oath of office Monday on Capitol Hill and dance at two inaugural balls in the evening. But the excitement and crowds have yet to materialize. The National Gallery of Art's east and west wings were empty Thursday afternoon, as were the Renwick Gallery opposite the White House and the American Art Museum / National Portrait Gallery too. The temporary White House Visitor Center at the Ellipse, just steps from the president's home, had three visitors around 2 p.m. And no one seemed to be grabbing up presidential trinkets from street vendors either.
BUSINESS
April 19, 2011 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
An Oregon developer plans to build a 22-story hotel near the L.A. Live entertainment center to serve a growing number of visitors to downtown Los Angeles. Marriott International Inc. would operate the proposed 377-room hotel on Olympic Boulevard under two of the company's brands: Residence Inn by Marriott and Courtyard by Marriott. Construction on the nearly $120-million project is set to begin next March and be completed by 2014. It would be built and owned by a consortium led by Williams/Dame & Associates, the Portland, Ore., developer that built the condominium towers Evo, Luma and Elleven near Staples Center in the South Park district of downtown.
REAL ESTATE
October 16, 1988
The Marriott Corp., has opened an all-suite, $18.5-million Residence Inn at 1700 S. Clementine St., Anaheim, within walking distance of Disneyland.
REAL ESTATE
July 19, 1987
A new Residence Inn, reaching completion at 4111 Willow Street, the first "extended stay", all-suite hotel in Long Beach, held its official opening on Thursday. The $20-million, five-acre project will include 216 one-bedroom studios and two-bedroom suites, as well as its trademark Gatehouse building, a multipurpose check-in facility. Designed in the Tudor-style of Residence Inns, the Long Beach facility will resemble a condominium complex in an upscale residential neighborhood.
NEWS
November 3, 1991 | BERKLEY HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Through the gaps where construction workers have ripped out an interior wall, clouds of plaster dust last week flew from the master bedroom and into the living room of the Doyle family's house on Baldwin Avenue. In the bedroom, two construction workers clawed away at a wall of plaster that was crumbling and crashing to the floor.
NEWS
December 29, 1991 | BERKLEY HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The printed image of a Christmas tree with a red circle and slash through it appeared on the refrigerator earlier this month in the Doyle family's suite at the Residence Inn in Arcadia. After the housekeeping staff posted the notice, 5-year-old Felicity Doyle, with her mother's help, wrote a letter to the Residence Inn's management. "Why no tree? It not fair. It very not fair," Felicity said in the note she delivered to the front desk one evening, escorted by her 8-year-old brother Nick.
BUSINESS
March 28, 2012 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
With tourism on the rise in downtown Los Angeles, construction is set to begin on a $172-million Marriott hotel complex that has even bigger aspirations than when it was announced almost a year ago. Downtown's thriving hotel market can be seen in the long-anticipated development near the L.A. Live entertainment complex and Staples Center, which has grown by a floor and 15 additional rooms from the original plan. Now set to be 23 stories, the tower on Olympic Boulevard will house a 174-room Courtyard by Marriott and a 218-room Residence Inn by Marriott under one roof when it opens in summer 2014.
BUSINESS
April 19, 2011 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
An Oregon developer plans to build a 22-story hotel near the L.A. Live entertainment center to serve a growing number of visitors to downtown Los Angeles. Marriott International Inc. would operate the proposed 377-room hotel on Olympic Boulevard under two of the company's brands: Residence Inn by Marriott and Courtyard by Marriott. Construction on the nearly $120-million project is set to begin next March and be completed by 2014. It would be built and owned by a consortium led by Williams/Dame & Associates, the Portland, Ore., developer that built the condominium towers Evo, Luma and Elleven near Staples Center in the South Park district of downtown.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 2001 | DAVID KELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Oxnard's city manager said Tuesday he may learn within a week whether the Dallas Cowboys will beat the Texas heat by spending part of their summer training camp at a city practice field. The team recently sent representatives to view the field at the Residence Inn by Marriott hotel in northern Oxnard, where the Los Angeles and Oakland Raiders once held their summer camp. "They were very pleased with the area," City Manager Ed Sotelo said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1993 | SHELBY GRAD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Affordable-housing advocates are attempting to bring an age-old piece of urban life to the wide parkways and sunny man-made lakes of this decidedly suburban town. Their plan is to build a single-resident occupancy hotel--a 1990s version of the low-cost hotels and rooming houses that for more than a century have been a part of the inner-city landscape.
NEWS
December 29, 1991 | BERKLEY HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The printed image of a Christmas tree with a red circle and slash through it appeared on the refrigerator earlier this month in the Doyle family's suite at the Residence Inn in Arcadia. After the housekeeping staff posted the notice, 5-year-old Felicity Doyle, with her mother's help, wrote a letter to the Residence Inn's management. "Why no tree? It not fair. It very not fair," Felicity said in the note she delivered to the front desk one evening, escorted by her 8-year-old brother Nick.
NEWS
November 3, 1991 | BERKLEY HUDSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Through the gaps where construction workers have ripped out an interior wall, clouds of plaster dust last week flew from the master bedroom and into the living room of the Doyle family's house on Baldwin Avenue. In the bedroom, two construction workers clawed away at a wall of plaster that was crumbling and crashing to the floor.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 2001 | DAVID KELLY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Oxnard's city manager said Tuesday he may learn within a week whether the Dallas Cowboys will beat the Texas heat by spending part of their summer training camp at a city practice field. The team recently sent representatives to view the field at the Residence Inn by Marriott hotel in northern Oxnard, where the Los Angeles and Oakland Raiders once held their summer camp. "They were very pleased with the area," City Manager Ed Sotelo said.
BUSINESS
March 14, 2013 | By Alejandro Lazo
‏ AEG helped spark a downtown Los Angeles renaissance with its bold bet on the once-beaten-down no-go zone. Today a halted sale of the company - and its marquee sports  and entertainment holdings which include Staples Center, LA Live and the Los Angeles Kings - will probably do little to stop the development march, said consultant Alan Reay of Atlas Hospitality. Even hiccups in efforts to reel in a professional football team - and build a stadium downtown - would do little to stop the neighborhood's upswing, Reay said.
REAL ESTATE
October 16, 1988
The Marriott Corp., has opened an all-suite, $18.5-million Residence Inn at 1700 S. Clementine St., Anaheim, within walking distance of Disneyland.
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