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May 8, 2001 | Bob Howard
Robertson Properties Group has started construction on two speculative industrial buildings in Pico Rivera totaling 550,000 square feet in a project valued at $28 million. The project is called Pacific Gateway Business Park and will occupy a 27-acre site near the San Gabriel, Santa Ana, and Pomona freeways. The two buildings, targeted at the logistics market, will be a 372,542-square-foot structure at 8460 E. Whittier Blvd. and a 177,544-square-foot structure at 5102 Industry Ave.
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July 5, 2003 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
A 34-acre parcel of land known as the San Fernando Swap Meet has been purchased by developer Robertson Properties Group and the Los Angeles Unified School District for $29.5 million. Robertson Properties intends to relocate the Swap Meet in the local area and develop a traditional retail center on its portion of the site at 601 Glenoaks Blvd. in San Fernando.
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February 7, 2003 | From a Times Staff Writer
Despite strong opposition by neighbors worried about traffic and air pollution, Thousand Oaks officials have given a green light to bring a Kohl's department store to Newbury Park. The Wisconsin-based retailer, which also is erecting stores in Moorpark, Simi Valley and Ventura, wants to build a nearly 89,000-square-foot store at the southwest corner of Newbury and East Kelly roads.
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February 4, 2005 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
Bond Cos. and Canyon-Johnson Urban Fund have sold the Sunset+Vine apartment and retail complex in Hollywood to investor BlackRock Inc. for close to $160 million. Bond and Canyon-Johnson completed the project on the northwest corner of Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street in July at a cost of about $125 million. The 750,000-square-foot development includes 300 apartments, 87,000 square feet of shops, an 833-space parking garage and 19 billboards. About 60% of the apartments are leased.
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