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April 13, 1990 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gladstone's 4 Fish, a Los Angeles beachfront institution, has been sold back to its original owner and a prominent Orange County businessman. Restaurant Enterprises Group of Irvine sold Gladstone's, a seafood house located at the base of Sunset Boulevard near Pacific Palisades, and another restaurant, R.J.'s the Rib Joint in Beverly Hills, to IHV Corp. for $13.5 million. IHV is owned by Gladstone's founder, Robert J. Morris, and former Balboa Bay Club president Richard S. Stevens.
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April 13, 1990 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A prominent Orange County businessman and a Southland restaurateur have bought a popular beachfront fish house in Los Angeles and an upscale barbecue restaurant in Beverly Hills from Restaurant Enterprises Group Inc. Former Balboa Bay Club President Richard S. Stevens has teamed with Robert J. Morris to buy the original Gladstone's 4 Fish and R.J.'s the Rib Joint, both originally founded by Morris, for $13.5 million. Morris sold the two restaurants to W.R. Grace Co. in 1983 for $6.
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BUSINESS
April 13, 1990 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A prominent Orange County businessman and a Southland restaurateur have bought a popular beachfront fish house in Los Angeles and an upscale barbecue restaurant in Beverly Hills from Restaurant Enterprises Group Inc. Former Balboa Bay Club President Richard S. Stevens has teamed with Robert J. Morris to buy the original Gladstone's 4 Fish and R.J.'s the Rib Joint, both originally founded by Morris, for $13.5 million. Morris sold the two restaurants to W.R. Grace Co. in 1983 for $6.
BUSINESS
April 13, 1990 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gladstone's 4 Fish, a Los Angeles beachfront institution, has been sold back to its original owner and a prominent Orange County businessman. Restaurant Enterprises Group of Irvine sold Gladstone's, a seafood house located at the base of Sunset Boulevard near Pacific Palisades, and another restaurant, R.J.'s the Rib Joint in Beverly Hills, to IHV Corp. for $13.5 million. IHV is owned by Gladstone's founder, Robert J. Morris, and former Balboa Bay Club president Richard S. Stevens.
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August 28, 1988 | ASHLEY DUNN, Times Staff Writer
Garry Marshall, the owner of the historic block of buildings in Old Pasadena called the Marketplace, has reached an agreement to sell the property to a new group of developers who intend to continue with plans to build a 350,000-square-foot shopping mall on the site. The agreement covers the sale of 13 turn-of-the-century buildings and a parking structure on Fair Oaks Avenue, said Dan Hayes, the real estate broker representing Marshall.
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September 6, 1987 | ASHLEY DUNN, Times Staff Writer
After a delay of nearly 1 1/2 years, developers of Old Pasadena's long-awaited Marketplace project launched a new bid last week to win city approval. The only significant change in plans presented to the city's Design Commission Thursday is the elimination of an underground shopping area that was deemed too complex and expensive to build. The commission, which had approved the original plans, delayed a decision to allow members to study the proposal for the $75-million project.
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May 6, 1997 | J.R. MOEHRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The insurance company for the owner of a small plane that crashed into an Irvine business complex last November is claiming that a million-dollar policy doesn't cover the fatal crash. In a suit filed last week in Orange County Superior Court, lawyers for American Empire Insurance Co. say that the twin-engine Paris Jet which crashed near John Wayne Airport, killing all three passengers on board, isn't insured by the policy written on owner Robert E.J. Morris unless he was piloting it.
NEWS
March 30, 1992 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rates, recycling and landfills are hot political topics from coast to coast, and waste haulers have long been generous contributors to the reelection campaigns of the officials who award trash hauling contracts. But the industry has paid a price for its high political profile, as well as for its long list of environmental, antitrust and other violations.
NEWS
July 31, 1988 | ASHLEY DUNN, Times Staff Writer
The long-awaited Pasadena Marketplace project has been thrown into limbo again after the announcement last week that the owner of the property, television producer Garry Marshall, has decided to sell the block of historic buildings. Bruce Phillips, the executive director of Pasadena Marketplace Associates, said Marshall's decision ends the partnership between Marshall and developers John Patrick Wilson, Albert Ehringer and Robert J.
NEWS
July 23, 1987 | ALAN CITRON, Times Staff Writer
The City of Santa Monica, after months of discussions, this week unveiled a series of proposals made by private companies hoping to develop a piece of prime beachfront property. Nine firms want to build a luxury hotel on the five-acre site now occupied by the Sand and Sea Club, 415 Pacific Coast Highway. Another developer is seeking permission to build a restaurant on the property. There is also a proposal to preserve the site for the aging Sand and Sea Club.
NEWS
June 15, 1985 | PENNY PAGANO, Times Staff Writer
Four firearms dealers, including a Tehachapi, Calif., man, have been indicted as part of a nationwide conspiracy to produce illegal machine guns and silencers that have been traced to drug traffickers and convicted felons, federal officials announced Friday. The indictments culminated a yearlong investigation into allegations that two companies, REJM Enterprises of Tehachapi and SWD Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 1990 | GEORGE RAMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A clash is looming over the cultural and commercial merits of a proposed $15-million redevelopment of a portion of El Pueblo de Los Angeles park, the city's birthplace. At issue is how to revitalize the southern corner of the park, where the last Mexican governor of California built the city's first hotel. Located in what is now the northern edge of downtown, the site has languished largely unused for the last 40 years.
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