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June 20, 1989 | MICHAEL FLAGG, Times Staff Writer
A year after "being measured for a coffin," Schneider Commercial Real Estate says it is doing well enough to have acquired another real estate brokerage. Schneider bought Swartz Investments Inc. in Orange for an undisclosed amount, just a year after Schneider itself was sold by its parent company when profits lagged. Swartz acquires and sells shopping centers and offices for investors, which should help Schneider get more business in those markets, a Schneider executive said.
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June 20, 1989 | MICHAEL FLAGG, Times Staff Writer
A year after "being measured for a coffin," Schneider Commercial Real Estate says it is doing well enough to have acquired another real estate brokerage. Schneider bought Swartz Investments Inc. in Orange for an undisclosed amount, just a year after Schneider itself was sold by its parent company when profits lagged. Swartz acquires and sells shopping centers and offices for investors, which should help Schneider get more business in those markets, a Schneider executive said.
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REAL ESTATE
September 7, 1986
The Pacific Financial Center, Flower and 6th streets, has named Schneider Commercial Real Estate, Los Angeles, as exclusive leasing agent.
REAL ESTATE
March 8, 1987
Pavilion, a $26-million, 306,000-square-foot shopping center anchored by a Target department store and a Vons supermarket, has been completed by Westminster Investment Group on Beach Boulevard near Heil Avenue in Westminster. The architect is Musil, Perkowitz, Ruth Inc., Long Beach. Permanent financing was arranged through Aetna Realty Advisors Inc. by Coldwell Banker Real Estate Financial Services. The leasing agent is Schneider Commercial Real Estate.
REAL ESTATE
June 30, 1985
Ashwill/Schneider, with 11 offices and 300 agents in major cities throughout California, including Los Angeles, has changed its name to Schneider Commercial Real Estate, according to Edward Schrum, president of Schneider's western operations. The firm began when Schneider, a privately held Pittsburgh firm, entered the California real estate market in 1983 by acquiring the former Ashwill/Burke brokerage operations, which it renamed Ashwill/Schneider.
REAL ESTATE
July 13, 1986
Consolidated Capital Equities Inc., an Emeryville, Calif.-based real estate syndication firm, has purchased the nine-acre Town Center Plaza business park in Santa Ana for $18 million. Schneider Commercial Real Estate represented both the buyer and the seller, Sunset Properties, in the transaction. The four-building project is at 4th Street and Cabrillo Drive, near the Santa Ana (5) and Newport (55) freeways.
REAL ESTATE
January 19, 1986
Four Southern California neighborhood shopping centers have been purchased from Smart & Final Iris and will be expanded and upgraded, according to Schneider Commercial Real Estate, which represented both sides in the $12.5-million transaction. LA Centers Ltd., a limited partnership with the Amsted Cos. of Los Angeles as general partner, bought the centers in Lakewood, Hawthorne, North Hollywood and Woodland Hills.
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