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May 18, 1994 | ANDREW LePAGE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The sale of an entire city block in the heart of downtown San Juan Capistrano for $1.1 million to a development partnership will be considered next Tuesday by the City Council. The property, across the street from Mission San Juan Capistrano, includes three decades-old buildings that make up El Peon Plaza. The buyer is San Juan Partners, which consists of Richard J. O'Neill, a local rancher and one of the county's wealthiest men, and Steve Nordeck, who owns the Swallows Inn.
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April 25, 1995 | JEFF BEAN
A settlement between the city and four businesses that were forced to relocate because of a downtown development project may be near. The two sides have agreed to meet with a mediator Wednesday morning. The City Council has scheduled a special closed session that afternoon to discuss the claim filed by M&M Jewelers, The Cat's Meow, Cafe Capistrano and Cynthia's Bakery and Tea Room.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1995 | JEFF BEAN
A settlement between the city and four businesses that were forced to relocate because of a downtown development project may be near. The two sides have agreed to meet with a mediator Wednesday morning. The City Council has scheduled a special closed session that afternoon to discuss the claim filed by M&M Jewelers, The Cat's Meow, Cafe Capistrano and Cynthia's Bakery and Tea Room.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1994 | ANDREW LePAGE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The sale of an entire city block in the heart of downtown San Juan Capistrano for $1.1 million to a development partnership will be considered next Tuesday by the City Council. The property, across the street from Mission San Juan Capistrano, includes three decades-old buildings that make up El Peon Plaza. The buyer is San Juan Partners, which consists of Richard J. O'Neill, a local rancher and one of the county's wealthiest men, and Steve Nordeck, who owns the Swallows Inn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 3, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
Across the street from the 220-year-old Mission San Juan Capistrano is one of the city's newest projects: Mission Promenade. A few of the shops in the one-block area of Camino Capistrano have opened already, and the entire row is to be completed this year. The shopping district has converted several historic landmarks, including the first City Hall, newspaper office, fire station and pharmacy, and has remodeled others, adding wooden arches, tile roofs and brick facades.
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March 31, 1994 | LEN HALL
A city staff report issued this week recommends that the City Council sell a key downtown commercial complex to South County rancher Richard J. O'Neill and his partner, Stephen A. Nordeck, for $1.1 million. The report, which will be discussed during a public hearing at City Hall on Tuesday, indicates that O'Neill and Nordeck have agreed to make $686,550 in improvements to the block-long complex.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 25, 1994 | ANDREW LePAGE
Officially sealing the deal, the City Council voted Tuesday to sell an entire city block for $1.1 million to a partnership that hopes to turn the historic property into a flagship development for the heart of downtown. The property, across the street from Mission San Juan Capistrano, includes three decades-old buildings that make up El Peon Plaza. The buyer is San Juan Partners, which comprises Richard J.
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May 7, 1996 | JULIE FATE SULLIVAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Seventy-year-old Larry Buchheim remembers when the city was little more than a farming town of 500, a village of unpaved streets lined with hitching posts. Now, when Buchheim looks down those same streets, he sees striking changes. There's a trendy cafe peddling lattes and biscotti at the site of the old City Hall. A few doors down, an upscale art gallery featuring Impressionist paintings of early California is preparing to open.
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