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December 14, 1991 | SANTIAGO O'DONNELL
Oxnard officials have struck a tentative agreement to bring a Walmart department store and a Sam's Club membership discount store to a shopping center to be built in the city's freeway corridor. The two stores would be part of a 560,000-square-foot shopping center that would occupy a 55-acre site at Rose Avenue and the Ventura Freeway, officials said Friday. The project is to be built by Rothbart Development Corp. of Sherman Oaks.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 17, 1991 | SANTIAGO O'DONNELL
Oxnard's City Council is scheduled to vote today on whether to authorize staff members to begin negotiations with a Sherman Oaks development company to bring a 550,000-square-foot mall to the city. The shopping mall, which is being proposed for the northwest corner of Rose Avenue and Gonzales Road, would have four major retail outlets and several smaller stores. The City Council will also consider waiving several development fees as an incentive to the Rothbart Development Corp.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 8, 1992 | PSYCHE PASCUAL
Representatives of Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the nationwide retail outlet, have signed an agreement to purchase 33 acres of land in Simi Valley from a former city councilman, officials said Friday. The land being considered for development is north of the Simi Valley Freeway between Erringer Road and First Street, said Jim Hansen, Simi Valley's economic development coordinator. The development site, owned by former City Councilman Bill Baker, is adjacent to property slated for a regional mall.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 18, 1991 | SANTIAGO O'DONNELL
The Oxnard City Council approved a tentative agreement Tuesday to bring a Wal-Mart department store and a Sam's Club membership discount store to a shopping center proposed for the city's freeway corridor. The two stores would be part of a 560,000-square-foot shopping center to be built by the Rothbart Development Corp. of Sherman Oaks that would occupy a 55-acre site at Rose Avenue and the Ventura Freeway.
BUSINESS
June 18, 2002 | From Times Staff Reports and Bloomberg News
Shopping center developer Rothbart Development Corp. said Monday that it had agreed to buy about 60 acres of land adjacent to Hollywood Park Race Track in Inglewood for $36 million and plans to build a retail project on the site. Rothbart has 12 months to secure city approvals and entitlements to build the center to complete the purchase of land from Glendale-based Pinnacle Entertainment Inc., which operates and owns casinos and card clubs.
BUSINESS
November 7, 1995 | LEO SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
As developers of the Camarillo Factory Stores and the Oxnard Factory Outlet expand their highly visible locations along the Ventura Freeway, a neighboring freeway-side shopping hub, Oxnard's Shopping at the Rose center, is busily going about its own growth. Finishing touches are currently being put on a 47,000-square-foot Best Buy electronics and appliance store, which is expected to open at the shopping center within two weeks.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 18, 1991 | SANTIAGO O'DONNELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Oxnard's City Council on Tuesday authorized negotiations that could include tax breaks for a Sherman Oaks developer who plans to build a large shopping center on the northern edge of the city. The negotiations--which according to city officials also could include revenue guarantees for the city--are being watched closely by other developers in the city. They fear that concessions on the shopping center project could come at their expense.
NEWS
November 14, 1991 | CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In Simi Valley, it's a matter of gambling on a vacant property. On a 119-acre site near the Simi Valley Freeway, developers are betting that a massive shopping center will flourish. City officials, eager to see as much as $2.7 million in projected annual tax revenues, are backing the project and hoping work begins soon. In Camarillo, the wagering is on a celery field along Pleasant Valley Road and the politics are more complicated. That 86.
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