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January 31, 1990 | DAN MORAIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mayor Art Agnos and the Santa Fe Pacific Realty Corp. are proposing the biggest single development project in this cramped city's history, hoping to win over the powerful slow-growth lobby with promises of affordable housing, a new waterfront park and an economic boom. Agnos planned to announce today details of the latest proposal to turn the Mission Bay area, a 315-acre tract of ragged industrial land a mile south of downtown, into a showplace. The land is owned by Santa Fe Pacific.
NEWS
January 31, 1990 | DAN MORAIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mayor Art Agnos and the Santa Fe Pacific Realty Corp. are proposing the biggest single development project in this cramped city's history, hoping to win over the powerful slow-growth lobby with promises of affordable housing, a new waterfront park and an economic boom. Agnos planned to announce today details of the latest proposal to turn the Mission Bay area, a 315-acre tract of ragged industrial land a mile south of downtown, into a showplace. The land is owned by Santa Fe Pacific.
BUSINESS
January 23, 1990 | NANCY RIVERA BROOKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Historic Union Station has been sold and its owners plan extensive improvements for the 51-year-old building and possible future development to reestablish the nearly 50-acre site as a regional transportation hub, it was announced Monday. Santa Fe Pacific Realty said Monday that it bought the 22% interest in the downtown station that Union Pacific Railroad has owned since 1939.
REAL ESTATE
June 12, 1988
A July completion is scheduled for the $5-million Santa Fe Business Center being built by Santa Fe Pacific Realty Corp. on an 11.33-acre site near the junction of the Long Beach and San Diego freeways in Carson. The architect of the two-building, 252,000-square-foot development is Barasch Architects, Pasadena.
BUSINESS
March 30, 1989
Vernon B. Schwartz, 38, has been appointed president and chief executive of Santa Fe Pacific Realty Corp., the real estate subsidiary of Santa Fe Southern Pacific Corp., Chicago. Schwartz previously was executive vice president and chief operating officer of Hahn Co., a real estate company headquartered at San Diego. Schwartz succeeds O. G. Linde, 63, who has been appointed senior vice president of SFSP. Both Schwartz and Linde will maintain offices in San Francisco.
REAL ESTATE
July 14, 1985
A 12-acre parcel of land has been sold to Setco Inc. by Santa Fe Pacific Realty Corp., the developer of the Santa Fe Corporate Center in Anaheim. Setco is planning to build a 260,000-square-foot corporate office and light manufacturing facility at the center. The $3.6-million purchase was negotiated through the Anaheim and Newport Beach offices of Grubb & Ellis.
REAL ESTATE
November 1, 1987
Four industrial buildings, valued at $19 million, will be built by Santa Fe Pacific Realty Corp., Pasadena, at the 160-acre Northridge Business Park in Northridge. Situated at the southwest corner of Oakdale Avenue and Prairie Street, the free-standing concrete tilt-up structures will range from 36,781 to 60,282 square feet. Oltmans Construction Co., Whittier, is general contractor, and the Nadel Partnership, Santa Monica, architect.
BUSINESS
January 23, 1990 | NANCY RIVERA BROOKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Historic Union Station has been sold and its owners plan extensive improvements for the 51-year-old building and possible future development to reestablish the nearly 50-acre site as a regional transportation hub, it was announced Monday. Santa Fe Pacific Realty said Monday that it bought the 22% interest in the downtown station that Union Pacific Railroad has owned since 1939.
REAL ESTATE
October 4, 1987
Seven buildings totaling 134,326 square feet are being built as Phase 3 of the 108-acre Santa Fe Corporate Center located between La Palma Avenue and Orangethorpe Boulevard in Anaheim. The $8-million complex, consisting of one- and two-story buildings and six single-level, multitenant buildings, is scheduled for completion in April. The developer, Santa Fe Pacific Realty Corp., Brea, is a subsidiary of the Santa Fe Southern Pacific Corp., Chicago.
REAL ESTATE
August 30, 1987
Three trademark and identity programs of three major Orange County centers have received the 1987 American Corporate Identity Award, presented yearly for the top trademarks across the nation. Jann Church Partners Marketing & Graphic Design of Newport Beach was selected as the design firm responsible for creating each of the winning identity programs.
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