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July 23, 2002 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
An affiliate of Chicago-based investment advisor RREEF, one of the nation's most active real estate investment managers, bought a 780,000-square-foot portfolio of mostly office buildings in Cypress and Anaheim for a combined price estimated at about $107 million. RREEF, which declined to comment on the sale, purchased the fully leased buildings from an investment fund managed by Newport Beach-based Layton-Belling & Associates. They include Mitsubishi Electric's U.S.
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July 23, 2002 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
An affiliate of Chicago-based investment advisor RREEF, one of the nation's most active real estate investment managers, bought a 780,000-square-foot portfolio of mostly office buildings in Cypress and Anaheim for a combined price estimated at about $107 million. RREEF, which declined to comment on the sale, purchased the fully leased buildings from an investment fund managed by Newport Beach-based Layton-Belling & Associates. They include Mitsubishi Electric's U.S.
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BUSINESS
December 31, 1998 | Bloomberg News
Pacific Gulf Properties Inc., a real estate investment trust, sold five multifamily apartment communities in Washington state for about $78.5 million as it exits that market to concentrate on industrial properties. Pacific Gulf, based in Newport Beach, sold the five apartment communities to a New York-based investor group.
REAL ESTATE
September 11, 1988
RREEF America Partners, a pension investment arm of the RREEF Funds of San Francisco, has purchased Cerritos Industrial Park for more than $60 million. According to Coldwell Banker Commercial Real Estate Services, which negotiated the sale, the property at 13920 Artesia Blvd. includes a 48-acre parcel plus 32 buildings totaling about 980,000 square feet.
BUSINESS
March 6, 2001
Carson Cos. has acquired three industrial buildings to start an expansion program aimed at doubling the Rancho Dominguez-based company's 4.2 million square feet of industrial space over the next five years.
BUSINESS
November 23, 2000 | Brad Berton
The $856.9-million sale of Newport Beach real estate investment trust Pacific Gulf Properties' 14-million-square-foot industrial portfolio closed Tuesday. The sale to CalWest Industrial Properties--a joint venture of public pension-fund giant California Public Employees' Retirement System and RREEF Funds--comes less than two weeks after final shareholder approval of the deal related to the REIT's liquidation.
BUSINESS
November 23, 2000 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The $856.9-million sale of Newport Beach real estate investment trust Pacific Gulf Properties' 14-million-square-foot industrial real estate portfolio closed Tuesday. The sale to CalWest Industrial Properties--a joint venture of public pension-fund giant California Public Employees' Retirement System and RREEF Funds--comes less than two weeks after final shareholder approval of the deal related to the REIT's liquidation.
BUSINESS
December 4, 1997 | Melinda Fulmer
Fremont Development Co. broke ground this week on what is believed to be the largest speculative industrial project built in Los Angeles County in more than a decade. The Torrance-based developer is constructing three warehouse buildings totaling 1.25 million square feet on the site of a former Lockheed plant near the interchange of the Harbor and San Diego freeways. The park, called Harbor Gateway Commerce Center, is expected to open next summer, said Michael Krotz of Fremont.
BUSINESS
September 5, 1996 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In one of the largest sales of an Orange County industrial complex, a Northern California real estate investment trust has bought the 48-acre Stadium Plaza Business Park. Spieker Properties in Menlo Park is believed to have paid $39 million in cash for the complex at the northwest corner of Katella Avenue and the Orange Freeway, industry sources said.
BUSINESS
November 10, 1990 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three Orange County real estate investment firms, led by the Koll Co., have been ranked among the nation's 50 largest realty investors for 1990 in a new survey that underscores the tremendous impact such firms have on the economy. Real estate investment companies generally make investments on behalf of a large pool of clients--wealthy individuals, corporations, labor unions and other groups that have large pools of cash they need to put into long-term, income-producing investments.
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