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May 15, 1988
An Orange County development company has agreed to buy Los Alamitos Race Course for $100 million in cash, officials announced Saturday. Hollywood Park, the current owner of the facility in Cypress, also agreed to continue to operate Los Alamitos through a leaseback agreement until the year 2001 for an annual base rent of $3.5 million.
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September 14, 1988 | BILL CHRISTINE, Times Staff Writer
he president of an Orange County development company that has an agreement to buy Los Alamitos Race Course for $100 million expressed confidence Tuesday that his group would receive commercial zoning approval, which is the most important condition of the tentative sale. "The prospects of getting the zoning are excellent, and we're excited," said Gary Hamilton, who heads SDC Development, a Newport Beach limited partnership that builds industrial parks and shopping centers.
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September 14, 1988 | BILL CHRISTINE, Times Staff Writer
he president of an Orange County development company that has an agreement to buy Los Alamitos Race Course for $100 million expressed confidence Tuesday that his group would receive commercial zoning approval, which is the most important condition of the tentative sale. "The prospects of getting the zoning are excellent, and we're excited," said Gary Hamilton, who heads SDC Development, a Newport Beach limited partnership that builds industrial parks and shopping centers.
SPORTS
May 15, 1988
An Orange County development company has agreed to buy Los Alamitos Race Course for $100 million in cash, officials announced Saturday. Hollywood Park, the current owner of the facility in Cypress, also agreed to continue to operate Los Alamitos through a leaseback agreement until the year 2001 for an annual base rent of $3.5 million.
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July 13, 1988 | BILL CHRISTINE, Times Staff Writer
Although Hollywood Park will have realized about $3 million in new revenue from eight off-track betting sites by the time the season ends in two weeks, the financially troubled track still has problems that make the sale of its sister track, Los Alamitos, imperative by the end of the year.
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