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August 30, 1996 | Debora Vrana, Debora Vrana covers real estate for The Times. She can be reached at (714) 966-5979 and at debora.vrana@latimes.com
Orange County's largest landowner, the Irvine Co., recently purchased an additional office park and six acres in San Diego, the company said. The Carroll Ridge business park, purchased for about $8 million, includes three buildings that are 96% leased. It is next to Canyon Ridge Business Park, a five-building center for research and technology purchased by the Irvine Co. in April. "We're seeking to grow our investment properties on and off the ranch," said Irvine Co. spokesman Larry Thomas.
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July 11, 2001 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After hours of passionate public testimony, the City Council voted 8-1 Tuesday to endorse a controversial plan to expand the SeaWorld theme park, the city's top tourist attraction. The expansion proposal, one of the most divisive land-use issues in years, provoked a collision between the city's economic dependence on tourism and its devotion to environmentalism, slow growth and open space.
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October 21, 1993 | DAVE DISTEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bill Toomey was standing on a primitive plot of land in a remote corner of the continental United States. The date was Nov. 17, 1988. He had a camera crew in tow. "I felt a little bit like P.T. Barnum," he said Wednesday as he stood near a running track on the same site. "All I needed was a cigar and a pinkie ring." Toomey, the 1968 Olympic decathlon champion, is director of corporate relations for the San Diego National Sports Training Foundation.
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August 30, 1996 | Debora Vrana, Debora Vrana covers real estate for The Times. She can be reached at (714) 966-5979 and at debora.vrana@latimes.com
Orange County's largest landowner, the Irvine Co., recently purchased an additional office park and six acres in San Diego, the company said. The Carroll Ridge business park, purchased for about $8 million, includes three buildings that are 96% leased. It is next to Canyon Ridge Business Park, a five-building center for research and technology purchased by the Irvine Co. in April. "We're seeking to grow our investment properties on and off the ranch," said Irvine Co. spokesman Larry Thomas.
BUSINESS
January 8, 1995 | CHRIS KRAUL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When the federal government announced last year that it would close the Naval Training Center near downtown San Diego and turn the base over to the city, it seemed at first blush that the 520-acre site would prove ideal for development. It was easy to envision luxury hotels, yacht clubs and high-priced housing on the bay-front property--the sort of development that generates big tax dollars for cash-strapped cities such as San Diego.
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August 17, 1990 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles Laker owner Jerry Buss has submitted an application and a $100,000 filing fee to the NHL office to acquire an expansion franchise that would be located in either Anaheim or San Diego. Harry Cooper, co-owner of the San Diego Sports Arena and the San Diego Gulls of the International Hockey League, also has submitted an application and filing fee for San Diego.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 11, 2001 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After hours of passionate public testimony, the City Council voted 8-1 Tuesday to endorse a controversial plan to expand the SeaWorld theme park, the city's top tourist attraction. The expansion proposal, one of the most divisive land-use issues in years, provoked a collision between the city's economic dependence on tourism and its devotion to environmentalism, slow growth and open space.
BUSINESS
January 8, 1995 | CHRIS KRAUL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When the federal government announced last year that it would close the Naval Training Center near downtown San Diego and turn the base over to the city, it seemed at first blush that the 520-acre site would prove ideal for development. It was easy to envision luxury hotels, yacht clubs and high-priced housing on the bay-front property--the sort of development that generates big tax dollars for cash-strapped cities such as San Diego.
SPORTS
October 21, 1993 | DAVE DISTEL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Bill Toomey was standing on a primitive plot of land in a remote corner of the continental United States. The date was Nov. 17, 1988. He had a camera crew in tow. "I felt a little bit like P.T. Barnum," he said Wednesday as he stood near a running track on the same site. "All I needed was a cigar and a pinkie ring." Toomey, the 1968 Olympic decathlon champion, is director of corporate relations for the San Diego National Sports Training Foundation.
SPORTS
August 17, 1990 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles Laker owner Jerry Buss has submitted an application and a $100,000 filing fee to the NHL office to acquire an expansion franchise that would be located in either Anaheim or San Diego. Harry Cooper, co-owner of the San Diego Sports Arena and the San Diego Gulls of the International Hockey League, also has submitted an application and filing fee for San Diego.
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