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March 6, 1998 | E. Scott Reckard
Sares-Regis Group said Thursday it has been chosen to build three apartment complexes totaling $100 million at a master-planned Rancho Cucamonga development. The complexes at Lewis Homes' Terra Vista community will have 900 units and include pools, spas, clubhouses, fitness centers and business centers. Sares-Regis managing director Geoffrey Stack called the deal "opportunistic" for both companies, allowing Lewis to concentrate on its specialty of single-family homes.
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July 23, 2012 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
Construction of a long-planned 240-unit apartment complex in the Little Tokyo district of downtown Los Angeles will move forward with a new developer. Sares-Regis Group bought a 1.74-acre parking lot at 2nd and San Pedro streets where it will build a $100-million apartment community. The complex was planned years ago by the seller, Related Cos., which has developed other apartment buildings nearby. Little Tokyo, near City Hall, is one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in the area.
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August 21, 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
Sares-Regis Group, the Irvine-based property manager, has added 4.7 million square feet to its portfolio of office properties. Sares currently has a $1.8-billion portfolio of apartments and commercial property and 14 million square feet of property under management. The company, established in 1975, recently added 1.7 million square feet of office and warehouse property in the South Bay to its portfolio.
BUSINESS
July 22, 2012 | By Roger Vincent
Construction of a long-planned 240-unit apartment complex in the Little Tokyo district of downtown Los Angeles will more forward with a new developer. Irvine-based Sares-Regis Group bought a 1.74-acre parking lot at 2nd  and San Pedro streets where it will build a $100-million apartment community. The complex was planned years ago by the seller, the Related Cos., which has developed other apartment buildings nearby. Little Tokyo, near City Hall, is one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in the area.
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February 20, 2012 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
Construction is underway on a $95-million collection of industrial buildings at Douglas Park, a former aerospace manufacturing base next to the Long Beach Airport. Sares-Regis Group is constructing seven buildings with a combined 667,000 square feet that it hopes to sell. The fact that the Irvine developer is building on speculation - without a buyer or tenant lined up - is a sign of how healthy the regional industrial property market has become. "We expect a great deal of buyer interest because the Long Beach and South Bay area is one of the nation's tightest industrial markets," said Larry Lukanish, senior vice president at Sares-Regis.
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July 23, 2012 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
Construction of a long-planned 240-unit apartment complex in the Little Tokyo district of downtown Los Angeles will move forward with a new developer. Sares-Regis Group bought a 1.74-acre parking lot at 2nd and San Pedro streets where it will build a $100-million apartment community. The complex was planned years ago by the seller, Related Cos., which has developed other apartment buildings nearby. Little Tokyo, near City Hall, is one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in the area.
BUSINESS
July 14, 2003 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
Seabridge Villas, a 344-unit apartment complex in Huntington Beach, has been sold for $63.8 million to Irvine-based Sares Regis Group and AIG Global Real Estate Investment Corp. The 7.3-acre, six-building complex on Cape Coral Lane includes a clubhouse, pools and spas. It was sold by Northwestern Mutual Life. Since 1975, Sares Regis has acquired or developed 36 million square feet of commercial properties and 18,000 multifamily and residential housing units in the Western United States.
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April 3, 1998 | John O'Dell
In another sign that Orange County's commercial office market is sizzling, Sares-Regis Group said Thursday it has purchased a six-building, 24-acre office park in Santa Ana for nearly $50 million. Sares-Regis, a commercial and residential development and management firm, bought the 429,297-square-foot Orange County Business Center from a General Electric Corp. real estate fund.
BUSINESS
August 26, 1999 | Brad Berton
Two institutionally backed real estate investment groups this month agreed to pay $110 million to acquire a pair of well-known Orange County properties. New York-based DRA Realty Advisors' $57-million offer beat out nearly a dozen other bidders for the 17-story Xerox Centre off Interstate 5 in Santa Ana.
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May 18, 1999 | DARYL STRICKLAND, Daryl Strickland covers real estate for The Times. He can be reached at (714) 966-5670, and at daryl.strickland@latimes.com
As the federal government cracks down on housing discrimination, an Orange County executive has produced a video that teaches those in the rental housing business how to comply with current laws. "No one will be immune, and the penalties for offenders are increasingly severe," said Stacy Waddell, a training director at the Sares-Regis Group, a housing development company in Irvine.
BUSINESS
February 20, 2012 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
Construction is underway on a $95-million collection of industrial buildings at Douglas Park, a former aerospace manufacturing base next to the Long Beach Airport. Sares-Regis Group is constructing seven buildings with a combined 667,000 square feet that it hopes to sell. The fact that the Irvine developer is building on speculation - without a buyer or tenant lined up - is a sign of how healthy the regional industrial property market has become. "We expect a great deal of buyer interest because the Long Beach and South Bay area is one of the nation's tightest industrial markets," said Larry Lukanish, senior vice president at Sares-Regis.
BUSINESS
July 14, 2003 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
Seabridge Villas, a 344-unit apartment complex in Huntington Beach, has been sold for $63.8 million to Irvine-based Sares Regis Group and AIG Global Real Estate Investment Corp. The 7.3-acre, six-building complex on Cape Coral Lane includes a clubhouse, pools and spas. It was sold by Northwestern Mutual Life. Since 1975, Sares Regis has acquired or developed 36 million square feet of commercial properties and 18,000 multifamily and residential housing units in the Western United States.
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February 4, 2003 | Roger Vincent
Orange County investors bought the Holly Street Village apartments in Pasadena for $64 million, or more than $170,000 per unit. A private partnership called Pasadena Civic Center West sold the 374-apartment complex to a limited partnership called Holly Street, a joint venture of Irvine-based Sares-Regis and an institutional investment fund managed by Capri Capital Advisors, which also has offices in Irvine. Completed in 1994, Holly Street Village is made up of nine four-story buildings on 5.
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August 26, 1999 | Brad Berton
Two institutionally backed real estate investment groups this month agreed to pay $110 million to acquire a pair of well-known Orange County properties. New York-based DRA Realty Advisors' $57-million offer beat out nearly a dozen other bidders for the 17-story Xerox Centre off Interstate 5 in Santa Ana.
BUSINESS
May 18, 1999 | DARYL STRICKLAND, Daryl Strickland covers real estate for The Times. He can be reached at (714) 966-5670, and at daryl.strickland@latimes.com
As the federal government cracks down on housing discrimination, an Orange County executive has produced a video that teaches those in the rental housing business how to comply with current laws. "No one will be immune, and the penalties for offenders are increasingly severe," said Stacy Waddell, a training director at the Sares-Regis Group, a housing development company in Irvine.
BUSINESS
April 3, 1998 | John O'Dell
In another sign that Orange County's commercial office market is sizzling, Sares-Regis Group said Thursday it has purchased a six-building, 24-acre office park in Santa Ana for nearly $50 million. Sares-Regis, a commercial and residential development and management firm, bought the 429,297-square-foot Orange County Business Center from a General Electric Corp. real estate fund.
BUSINESS
March 4, 1998 | E. SCOTT RECKARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tightening control over its growing empire, Irvine Apartment Communities Inc. on Tuesday announced a new joint venture to manage the 15,000 units it owns at 51 complexes in Orange County and San Diego. Irvine Apartment, a Newport Beach-based real estate investment trust, will own 51% of the new company, Irvine Apartment Management Co. The rest will be owned by Western National Property Management of Orange.
BUSINESS
July 22, 2012 | By Roger Vincent
Construction of a long-planned 240-unit apartment complex in the Little Tokyo district of downtown Los Angeles will more forward with a new developer. Irvine-based Sares-Regis Group bought a 1.74-acre parking lot at 2nd  and San Pedro streets where it will build a $100-million apartment community. The complex was planned years ago by the seller, the Related Cos., which has developed other apartment buildings nearby. Little Tokyo, near City Hall, is one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in the area.
BUSINESS
March 6, 1998 | E. Scott Reckard
Sares-Regis Group said Thursday it has been chosen to build three apartment complexes totaling $100 million at a master-planned Rancho Cucamonga development. The complexes at Lewis Homes' Terra Vista community will have 900 units and include pools, spas, clubhouses, fitness centers and business centers. Sares-Regis managing director Geoffrey Stack called the deal "opportunistic" for both companies, allowing Lewis to concentrate on its specialty of single-family homes.
BUSINESS
March 4, 1998 | E. SCOTT RECKARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tightening control over its growing empire, Irvine Apartment Communities Inc. on Tuesday announced a new joint venture to manage the 15,000 units it owns at 51 complexes in Orange County and San Diego. Irvine Apartment, a Newport Beach-based real estate investment trust, will own 51% of the new company, Irvine Apartment Management Co. The rest will be owned by Western National Property Management of Orange.
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