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February 11, 1999 | Daryl Strickland
Rodamco NA, a major property fund based in the Netherlands, has acquired a controlling interest in The Abbey Co., a Garden Grove-based commercial and industrial real estate concern. The Abbey Co. will receive a $125-million infusion in exchange for 65% of the company's outstanding common stock. Founder Donald Abbey, who launched the business nine years ago with $30,000, retains the rest. The firm will retain its 90 employees.
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January 14, 2002 | From Bloomberg News
An agreement by Westfield America Trust, Simon Property Group Inc. and Rouse Co. to buy Rodamco North America in a $5.3-billion transaction, ending a six-month battle for control of the fourth-largest owner of shopping malls in the U.S. Australian property company Westfield, whose U.S. operations are based in Los Angeles, will acquire interests in 14 of Rodamco's 35 malls, becoming one of the biggest mall managers in the U.S. Simon, the No.
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January 14, 2002 | From Bloomberg News
An agreement by Westfield America Trust, Simon Property Group Inc. and Rouse Co. to buy Rodamco North America in a $5.3-billion transaction, ending a six-month battle for control of the fourth-largest owner of shopping malls in the U.S. Australian property company Westfield, whose U.S. operations are based in Los Angeles, will acquire interests in 14 of Rodamco's 35 malls, becoming one of the biggest mall managers in the U.S. Simon, the No.
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February 11, 1999 | Daryl Strickland
Rodamco NA, a major property fund based in the Netherlands, has acquired a controlling interest in The Abbey Co., a Garden Grove-based commercial and industrial real estate concern. The Abbey Co. will receive a $125-million infusion in exchange for 65% of the company's outstanding common stock. Founder Donald Abbey, who launched the business nine years ago with $30,000, retains the rest. The firm will retain its 90 employees.
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