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February 17, 1994 | DEBORA VRANA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A partnership led by former Chase Manhattan Bank chairman David Rockefeller has joined with an Orange County home builder to develop its first single-family housing project in California. After two years of negotiations, Rockefeller & Associates Realty of San Francisco has signed a deal with Akins, consisting of three Irvine home building companies, to construct at least 116 homes as part of a 277-acre residential project called Ridgemoor in Rowland Heights in the east San Gabriel Valley.
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February 17, 1994 | DEBORA VRANA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A partnership led by former Chase Manhattan Bank chairman David Rockefeller has joined with an Orange County home builder to develop its first single-family housing project in California. After two years of negotiations, Rockefeller & Associates Realty of San Francisco has signed a deal with Akins, consisting of three Irvine home building companies, to construct at least 116 homes as part of a 277-acre residential project called Ridgemoor in Rowland Heights in the east San Gabriel Valley.
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May 19, 1994 | Debora Vrana, Times staff writer
Housing Project: Greystone Homes, the Newport Beach home builder, has closed escrow on 34 1/2 acres of land in Los Angeles County where it plans to build 116 single-family houses. The homes, to be built in the Rowland Heights area, are to feature French Normandy-style architecture and have as many as five bedrooms. Prices will be in the low $300,000s.
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May 3, 1991 | Michael Flagg Times staff writer
Looks like they may have been a little optimistic. When a partnership led by former Chase Manahattan Bank Chairman David Rockefeller said last year that it would start construction on a 13-story building in Anaheim by spring, 1991, some people in the Orange County real estate industry thought it might be a "preemptive strike": a public announcement intended to deter other developers from starting construction on their own planned buildings near Anaheim Stadium.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 21, 1991
The City Council last week unanimously approved plans for another major office park in the so-called Platinum Triangle business area around Anaheim Stadium. The $100-million project will be built by Rockefeller & Associates Realty of San Francisco at the northeast corner of Katella Avenue and State College Boulevard. The office park will be the company's first Southern California project.
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May 18, 1990 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A partnership led by David Rockefeller said Thursday that it will build its first project in Southern California, a $100-million complex across the street from Anaheim Stadium that will include two 13-story office buildings and a 150-room hotel. Surrounded by a stone wall and several rings of trees, the 12-acre Central Park Towers is intended to look like a scaled-down version of New York City's Central Park. It is more lavishly landscaped than most of the office buildings in the Anaheim area.
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May 18, 1990 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A partnership led by David Rockefeller said Thursday that it will build its first Southern California project here--a $100-million complex across the street from Anaheim Stadium that will include two 13-story office buildings and a 150-room hotel. Surrounded by a stone wall and several rings of trees, the 12-acre Central Park Towers project is intended to look like a scaled-down version of New York City's Central Park.
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