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January 16, 1998 | Bloomberg News
Columbia, Md.-based Rouse Co. is in talks to buy closely held Corporate Property Investors Inc., one of the country's biggest shopping mall owners, in a transaction that could top $4 billion. If an agreement is reached, it would be one of the biggest real estate transactions ever.
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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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BUSINESS
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.
BUSINESS
April 7, 1998 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Toronto-based real estate giant TrizecHahn Corp. said Monday that it will sell its interest in 20 U.S. shopping malls to two U.S. real estate investment trusts--including Los Angeles-based Westfield America Inc.--in a $2.54-billion deal. The sale of the shopping centers--which include Fox Hills Mall in Culver City and Horton Plaza in San Diego--to Westfield and Rouse Co. marks a major exit by Canada's largest real estate company from the U.S. retail sector.
BUSINESS
April 7, 1998 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Toronto-based real estate giant TrizecHahn Corp. said Monday that it will sell its interest in 20 U.S. shopping malls to two U.S. real estate investment trusts--including Los Angeles-based Westfield America Inc.--in a $2.54-billion deal. The sale of the shopping centers--which include Fox Hills Mall in Culver City and Horton Plaza in San Diego--to Westfield and Rouse Co. marks a major exit by Canada's largest real estate company from the U.S. retail sector.
BUSINESS
August 31, 1990 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Rouse Co., which operates Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston, South Street Seaport in New York City and other well-known shopping venues, will manage the Irvine Co.'s Fashion Island mall in Newport Beach, the companies said Thursday. The companies recently signed a 10-year management contract with options to renew. Rouse replaces Donahue Schriber, a Newport Beach developer that oversaw the recent renovation of the mall. How much Rouse will be paid was not disclosed.
BUSINESS
February 23, 1996 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Howard Hughes Corp., owner of the vast real estate empire amassed by the eccentric billionaire, agreed Thursday to be acquired by prominent East Coast developer Rouse Co. in a $520-million deal. The agreement, which includes major developments in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, would allow the more than 300 heirs to the Hughes fortune to cash in their stake in the privately held, Las Vegas-based firm. The company will keep its top management and operate as a subsidiary of Rouse.
BUSINESS
August 24, 1990 | From Associated Press
A twin-engine private plane crashed today in a driveway between two houses in a crowded residential neighborhood, killing the president of a major urban development firm, his wife and daughter, officials said. The crash, which occurred in fog and light rain, also set the two houses on fire, but no one on the ground was injured. Killed was Michael Spear, the president of Rouse Co.
BUSINESS
January 10, 1996 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Howard Hughes Corp. is close to reaching an agreement to sell its huge real estate holdings in Las Vegas and Los Angeles to Rouse Co., a well-known Maryland-based property development firm, sources confirmed Tuesday. A definitive sales agreement could be reached within two months, according to an executive familiar with the deal who asked not to be identified. Mark E.
BUSINESS
April 14, 1995 | JOHN HENDREN, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Mathias DeVito's airy corner office overlooks Lake Kittamaqundi and the choicest real estate in Columbia, the suburban "new city" his development company carved out of pasture in 1968. The experiment in meticulously planned development worked--some say too well. As the number of residents in Columbia has risen to 90,000, Baltimore's population plunged, from 906,000 in 1970 to 703,000 this year.
BUSINESS
January 16, 1998 | Bloomberg News
Columbia, Md.-based Rouse Co. is in talks to buy closely held Corporate Property Investors Inc., one of the country's biggest shopping mall owners, in a transaction that could top $4 billion. If an agreement is reached, it would be one of the biggest real estate transactions ever.
BUSINESS
February 23, 1996 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Howard Hughes Corp., owner of the vast real estate empire amassed by the eccentric billionaire, agreed Thursday to be acquired by prominent East Coast developer Rouse Co. in a $520-million deal. The agreement, which includes major developments in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, would allow the more than 300 heirs to the Hughes fortune to cash in their stake in the privately held, Las Vegas-based firm. The company will keep its top management and operate as a subsidiary of Rouse.
BUSINESS
January 10, 1996 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Howard Hughes Corp. is close to reaching an agreement to sell its huge real estate holdings in Las Vegas and Los Angeles to Rouse Co., a well-known Maryland-based property development firm, sources confirmed Tuesday. A definitive sales agreement could be reached within two months, according to an executive familiar with the deal who asked not to be identified. Mark E.
BUSINESS
April 14, 1995 | JOHN HENDREN, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Mathias DeVito's airy corner office overlooks Lake Kittamaqundi and the choicest real estate in Columbia, the suburban "new city" his development company carved out of pasture in 1968. The experiment in meticulously planned development worked--some say too well. As the number of residents in Columbia has risen to 90,000, Baltimore's population plunged, from 906,000 in 1970 to 703,000 this year.
BUSINESS
August 31, 1990 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Rouse Co., which operates Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston, South Street Seaport in New York City and other well-known shopping venues, will manage the Irvine Co.'s Fashion Island mall in Newport Beach, the companies said Thursday. The companies recently signed a 10-year management contract with options to renew. Rouse replaces Donahue Schriber, a Newport Beach developer that oversaw the recent renovation of the mall. How much Rouse will be paid was not disclosed.
BUSINESS
August 24, 1990 | From Associated Press
A twin-engine private plane crashed today in a driveway between two houses in a crowded residential neighborhood, killing the president of a major urban development firm, his wife and daughter, officials said. The crash, which occurred in fog and light rain, also set the two houses on fire, but no one on the ground was injured. Killed was Michael Spear, the president of Rouse Co.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 3, 1993 | SUSAN KING, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Mall Museum: The Santa Monica Museum of Art plans to open a satellite gallery at the Santa Monica Place shopping mall in May. Although the exact schedule is still being planned, the museum is looking to mount four exhibitions, including a mural project and an environmentally themed show, through 1994. The museum received a $7,500 grant from Maryland-based developer the Rouse Co. to create the space, which will be just inside the Third St. Promenade entrance.
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