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October 11, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
U.S.-Based Firm in Architectural Venture: RTKL Associates Inc. said it was selected in a joint venture with two Japanese architectural firms to design for the government a $500-million, 2.7 million-square-foot office complex in a Tokyo suburb. The company, with offices in Los Angeles, said the contract results from intensive efforts by the U.S. government to open the Japanese construction market to U.S. participation.
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October 11, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
U.S.-Based Firm in Architectural Venture: RTKL Associates Inc. said it was selected in a joint venture with two Japanese architectural firms to design for the government a $500-million, 2.7 million-square-foot office complex in a Tokyo suburb. The company, with offices in Los Angeles, said the contract results from intensive efforts by the U.S. government to open the Japanese construction market to U.S. participation.
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December 14, 1990
A stretch of Wilmington's waterfront would be transformed from industrial uses to a commercial and recreational center under a $14.8-million development proposed this week to the Los Angeles Harbor Commission. The proposal, which caps two years of study by the Wilmington Community Advisory Committee and the consulting firm of RTKL Associates Inc., outlines a 20-year blueprint for developing the waterfront from Slip 5 to C Street, between Fries and Broad avenues.
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April 23, 1997 | Melinda Fulmer, Melinda Fulmer covers real estate for The Times
A June groundbreaking is scheduled for the second phase of the Irvine Entertainment Center, the food and entertainment complex at the El Toro Y, according to Richard Sim, Irvine Co. executive vice president. The $65-million project, which will house more restaurants and entertainment, bears the architectural stamp of Irvine Co. Chairman Donald L. Bren. Bren traveled to the walled fortress of Alhambra in Granada, Spain, to draw inspiration for the Moorish-style center.
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May 1, 2003 | From Reuters
Toys R Us Inc. is experimenting with stores that combine toys with groceries, haircuts, photo studios and party rooms, hoping to lure more shoppers year-round, not just during the holiday shopping season. Toys R Us opened four Geoffrey stores in 2002, named after the company's giraffe mascot, the No. 2 U.S. toy retailer said in its annual filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The 40,000 to 45,000-square-foot stores combine elements of Toys R Us, Babies R Us and Kids R Us.
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August 4, 1990 | GREG KRIKORIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles City Council has scrapped plans to designate one of the port's oldest canneries a historic monument, deciding instead that a new museum or plaza should launch waterfront development in Wilmington. The 12-0 decision, urged by Harbor-area Councilwoman Joan Milke Flores, clears the way for razing Wilmington's old Heinz pet food cannery, a once-bustling facility that traces its history to a one-story shed built in 1914.
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May 12, 1992 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When the kids clamor for a day of fun and entertainment, many Orange County parents haul them to Knott's Berry Farm or Disneyland. And when it's time for a new pair of shoes or the latest "Beverly Hills 90210" sweat shirt, a trip to the mall is in order. The theme park may soon be coming to the nearest mall, however, and a day of store-hopping will never be the same.
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June 29, 1989 | MICHAEL FLAGG, Times Staff Writer
Irvine Co. has signed an agreement with the Marriott hotel chain to build and operate the second-largest resort hotel on the California coast. The 1,100-room hotel would be the first of as many as three resorts to be built on a hilly three-mile stretch of Orange County between Newport Beach and Laguna Beach. The hotel is one of several luxury resorts on the drawing boards or already opened along the Southern California coast, which some developers hope will become an international playground like the French Riviera.
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June 25, 1991 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The May Co. will close its department store in The City mall and office complex next month, and the owners of the complex said they have hired a consultant to help decide how to revive the struggling mall. The complex is also losing one of its major office tenants, TRW Inc., which is moving its credit data-processing operations to a new Orange office building.
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February 11, 2002
* James J. Walsh has been named president and chief executive of SCS Engineers, a Long Beach company specializing in solid waste management and environmental services. Walsh, a 28-year company veteran, succeeds Robert P. Stearns, SCS' co-founder and president and CEO for the last 25 years. Stearns will continue as chairman. * Gregg Mollins has been promoted to president and chief operating officer of Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co., a Los Angeles-based metals service center company.
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