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March 15, 1996 | GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The landmark Rodeo Collection office and shopping complex, once touted as the jewel of ritzy Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, has lost its luster amid financial troubles. With a third of its shops vacant, the center's owner is reorganizing under Chapter 11 of federal bankruptcy law, a rare recourse for commercial property owners in Beverly Hills.
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March 15, 1996 | GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The landmark Rodeo Collection office and shopping complex, once touted as the jewel of ritzy Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, has lost its luster amid financial troubles. With a third of its shops vacant, the center's owner is reorganizing under Chapter 11 of federal bankruptcy law, a rare recourse for commercial property owners in Beverly Hills.
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REAL ESTATE
November 3, 1985
Los Angeles Beautiful has honored 28 firms and one individual. The citations were presented at the group's annual Business and Industry Awards luncheon at the Sheraton Grande hotel. The winning firms, ranging from an Eagle Rock car wash to a major bank branch in Anaheim, were selected from more than 200 that had been nominated throughout the Los Angeles Basin. Additionally, Rodney Hood, vice president emeritus of Atlantic Richfield Co.
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February 20, 1987 | DENISE GELLENE, Times Staff Writer
The owner of the Rodeo Collection, a chic five-story shopping complex in Beverly Hills, has been ordered to pay nearly half a million dollars in disputed bills to the contractor that installed its pink Portuguese marble facade 4 1/2 years ago. Superior Court Judge Robert Fainer ordered the Rodeo Collection Ltd., the limited partnership that owns the 45-store center, to pay Rosemead-based Carrara Marble of America $330,000 in unpaid bills, plus interest and fees. Stephen M.
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November 16, 1997 | GEORGE WHITE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It may have been their 20th anniversary, but the merchants belonging to the Rodeo Drive Committee had precious little to celebrate in 1992. Sales were declining, Rodeo was losing its luster, and vacant storefronts were proliferating along "The Drive." "Clearance sale signs suddenly began to show up in store windows," recalls Rodeo pioneer Fred Hayman. "Business was tough." The shuttered storefront has once again become a common sight on Rodeo--but for different reasons.
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