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March 6, 2004 | Roger Vincent
Secured Capital Corp. co-founder and Chairman Stephen A. Roth has stepped down, the Los Angeles real estate investment banking firm announced. Roth established the company in 1990 with D. Michael Van Konynenburg and Charles P. Toppino, fellow alumni of Drexel Burnham Lambert, the stock brokerage operated by onetime junk bond king Michael Milkin. No new chairman has been named. Roth stepped down to pursue investments in Europe, Japan and other countries, the company said. -- Roger Vincent
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November 3, 2005 | Roger Vincent
Los Angeles real estate investment banking firm Secured Capital Corp. has agreed to be acquired by Eastdil Realty, the New York-based real estate investment banking subsidiary of Wells Fargo & Co., the companies said. The combined company will be known as Eastdil Secured. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. It is expected to close early next year. Eastdil executives Benjamin V. Lambert and Roy H. March will be chairman and chief executive, respectively, of the new company. D.
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November 3, 2005 | Roger Vincent
Los Angeles real estate investment banking firm Secured Capital Corp. has agreed to be acquired by Eastdil Realty, the New York-based real estate investment banking subsidiary of Wells Fargo & Co., the companies said. The combined company will be known as Eastdil Secured. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. It is expected to close early next year. Eastdil executives Benjamin V. Lambert and Roy H. March will be chairman and chief executive, respectively, of the new company. D.
BUSINESS
March 6, 2004 | Roger Vincent
Secured Capital Corp. co-founder and Chairman Stephen A. Roth has stepped down, the Los Angeles real estate investment banking firm announced. Roth established the company in 1990 with D. Michael Van Konynenburg and Charles P. Toppino, fellow alumni of Drexel Burnham Lambert, the stock brokerage operated by onetime junk bond king Michael Milkin. No new chairman has been named. Roth stepped down to pursue investments in Europe, Japan and other countries, the company said. -- Roger Vincent
BUSINESS
October 12, 1992 | From Associated Press
What happens to the billions in loans held by failed thrifts or left lurking on the books of banks and insurance companies? A number of investors and real estate specialists are forming new companies throughout the country to match buyers and sellers of these problem loans, similar in some respects to the way brokers trade stocks. The potential market is small compared to the size of the $3.9-trillion market in U.S. stocks but still is considerable. The nation's banks had $74.
BUSINESS
July 8, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Investor Group Buys into HomeFed Portfolio: The federal Resolution Trust Corp. sold real estate loans with a book value of $735 million to the group for about $490 million. The 178 notes were held by HomeFed Bank of San Diego, a $12.4-billion-asset savings bank that failed a year ago. Most of the properties are apartment buildings on the West Coast. The group, consisting of the partnership Aldrich, Eastman & Waltch, along with Secured Capital Corp., J. E. Robert Co.
BUSINESS
October 3, 2000 | BRAD BERTON
Cincinnati-based Madison Marquette bought most of the 551,847-square-foot Manhattan Village Shopping Center at Rosecrans Avenue and Sepulveda Boulevard in Manhattan Beach from a group headed by San Francisco's AMB Institutional Realty Advisors and including Santa Monica's Macerich Co. Madison Marquette's Steve Plenge wouldn't disclose what his company paid for the property, other than to say the price was less than $90 million. Secured Capital Corp. represented the seller.
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January 30, 2001 | BRAD BERTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Commerce Business Park office and industrial complex in Commerce has been acquired by two buyers for an estimated total of $136 million. San Francisco-based AMB Property Corp., a large industrial-oriented real estate investment trust, bought 1.38 million square feet of industrial space, 190,000 square feet of "service center" buildings and 56,000 square feet of office and support retail facilities for an estimated $100 million.
BUSINESS
September 19, 2000
Leaders in development, finance, asset management and other disciplines will discuss the effects of technology on real estate, the link between the economy and commercial real estate, future prospects for development, and other real estate-related topics at the 2000 Fall Forum to be presented Sept. 28 by the Southern California chapter of the National Assn. of Industrial and Office Properties. Participants will include Victor J. Coleman, president and chief executive of Arden Realty Inc.
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October 26, 1999 | BRAD BERTON
To resolve a long legal dispute among partners that developed Loews Coronado Bay Resort, a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge has ordered the sale of the 440-room property for a minimum bid of $90.5 million. Patrick Deming of Secured Capital Corp., the West Los Angeles-based real estate investment banking company handling the sale of the property, said that the bankruptcy filing and sale are unrelated to the resort's business operations. The sale ordered by Judge Peter W.
BUSINESS
October 12, 1992 | From Associated Press
What happens to the billions in loans held by failed thrifts or left lurking on the books of banks and insurance companies? A number of investors and real estate specialists are forming new companies throughout the country to match buyers and sellers of these problem loans, similar in some respects to the way brokers trade stocks. The potential market is small compared to the size of the $3.9-trillion market in U.S. stocks but still is considerable. The nation's banks had $74.
BUSINESS
April 11, 2000 | BRAD BERTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Commercial real estate investment brokers Steve Silk and Jay Borzi, two of property services giant Cushman & Wakefield Inc.'s biggest producers, are leaving to join boutique real estate investment banker Secured Capital Corp. Silk and Borzi, of New York-based Cushman & Wakefield's Los Angeles South Bay office, will be senior managing directors and principals at Secured Capital, headquartered in West Los Angeles.
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November 29, 2003 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
Developers of Burbank's newest major office building, the Pinnacle, have announced plans to build a second phase next summer even though they don't have any tenants lined up. The first phase of the Pinnacle, at 3400 W. Olive Ave., is 95% leased, mostly to tenants in the entertainment industry, said Jeff Worthe of M. David Paul & Associates, a Santa Monica developer and co-owner of the project. The company recorded a $143.
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