Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsSeeley
IN THE NEWS

Seeley

FEATURED ARTICLES
REAL ESTATE
March 1, 1987
Colliers International Property Consultants will hold its annual USA owners meeting at the new Marriott Hotel in Palm Desert, Thursday through Saturday. The Seeley Co., Los Angeles, the Southern California affiliate of Colliers, will host the annual meeting. Colliers firms have nearly 1,500 professionals who handle comprehensive real estate services. Jay Haskell, president of the Seeley Co.
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
March 3, 2012 | By Diane Pucin
The momentum came suddenly, as quickly as the split seconds it took Isiah Umipig and D.J. Seeley to catch and release three-point shots, back-to-back in the space of about 40 seconds Saturday at Titan Gymnasium. Umipig's three pulled Cal State Fullerton within a point of Long Beach State, and Seeley's gave Fullerton the lead — for good, it turned out. And with that, Long Beach, which had come to Fullerton on Saturday looking for perfection, instead left bruised and beaten.
Advertisement
ENTERTAINMENT
October 25, 2009
Motocross racer: The Working Hollywood column last Sunday misspelled professional motocross racer Cole Seely's last name as Seeley.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 19, 2011 | By Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times
A UC San Francisco neurologist working to crack the mysteries of early-onset dementia and a Marin County poet known for her spare, often witty verses are among the 22 winners of this year's MacArthur Foundation "genius" grants. Each winner will receive $500,000 over the next five years to use however they choose. Established in 1981, the prestigious prizes recognize originality and the potential for important future work in a wide array of sciences, arts and social activism. Among this year's other MacArthur recipients are a New Jersey silversmith who restores medieval treasures, a Massachusetts psychologist working to lower suicide rates and a North Carolina researcher who has made key advances in the diagnosis and treatment of sports-related concussions.
REAL ESTATE
July 7, 1985
A 194,000-square-foot industrial building at 10511 Valley Blvd., El Monte, has been purchased as an investment by Cal Fed Syndications of Los Angeles for $5.8 million. The transaction was negotiated by the Seeley Co. for the buyer and the seller, the 10511 Valley Partnership.
NATIONAL
August 5, 2007 | From Times Wire Reports
Authorities worried about firefighters' safety pulled them off a fast-growing wildfire in western Montana and told residents of about 200 homes to get out of the way. "This fire is in the hands of God right now," Gov. Brian Schweitzer said after taking a helicopter flight over the blaze, which already had burned nearly 8 square miles since starting Friday afternoon.
REAL ESTATE
October 4, 1987
A 117,000-square-foot industrial/office building at 1821 E. Dyer Road in the Irvine Business Complex, Santa Ana, has been sold for $11.1 million, according to the Seeley Co., which represented the seller, Richard P. Hausman of Newport Beach. The buyer, represented by Showcase Realty of Los Angeles, is Haseko (California) Inc., a leading Japanese investment company based in Los Angeles.
REAL ESTATE
January 13, 1985
Willis C. Blakeslee of Penta Pacific Properties has been installed as 1985 president of the Southern California chapter of the Society of Industrial Realtors, succeeding James E. Collins of Collins Fuller Corp. of Irvine. Installed with him were William M. Schnee of Ashwill/Schnee, Santa Monica, vice president; Kim R. Shirley of Crookall, Shirley & Co., Santa Ana, secretary, and Jay Haskell of the Seeley Co., Los Angeles, treasurer.
SPORTS
March 3, 2012 | By Diane Pucin
The momentum came suddenly, as quickly as the split seconds it took Isiah Umipig and D.J. Seeley to catch and release three-point shots, back-to-back in the space of about 40 seconds Saturday at Titan Gymnasium. Umipig's three pulled Cal State Fullerton within a point of Long Beach State, and Seeley's gave Fullerton the lead — for good, it turned out. And with that, Long Beach, which had come to Fullerton on Saturday looking for perfection, instead left bruised and beaten.
REAL ESTATE
May 4, 1986
Russell A. Goodman, president of the Los Angeles/Ventura County region of the Sammis Co., has been elected president of the Technology Corridor Assn. Also elected were Cal Johnston of the Johnston Group, who will serve as TCA vice president and secretary; Gerald L. Katell of Katell Properties Inc. and Robert Lumley of Cabot, Cabot & Forbes, vice presidents, and Sam Currey of the Currey-Riach Co., treasurer. Members of the board of directors include Jo Ann Shannon of Kaiser Development Co.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 25, 2009
Motocross racer: The Working Hollywood column last Sunday misspelled professional motocross racer Cole Seely's last name as Seeley.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 18, 2009 | Cristy Lytal
When motocross trainer Cole Seeley started teaching "High School Musical's" Corbin Bleu how to ride for the new motocross movie "Free Style," he put him on a Kawasaki 110, the perfect size for an 11- or 12-year-old child. If Bleu felt embarrassed by his diminutive wheels, he could always remind himself that Seeley started on smaller ones. "I've been riding since I was about 4," Seeley said. "My first bike was a PW50. If I remember right, my parents hid it in my next-door neighbor's garage, and I did a scavenger hunt to find it. It was a very exciting day for me."
ENTERTAINMENT
October 26, 2008 | David Tischman, Tischman is a freelance writer.
When a human arm is found inside the stomach of a dead bear, the FBI calls Dr. Temperance Brennan, the world-famous forensic anthropologist on "Bones. " As played by Emily Deschanel, Brennan is a beautiful, Mr. Spock-like genius with pop culture naivete (she's never heard of "American Idol") and great taste in clothes. Brennan's partner is FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth, a post-"Angel" David Boreanaz who's grown beyond Buffy's tortured vampire lover to become a latter-day John Wayne -- a man with a penchant for big belt buckles and crazy-patterned socks who needs to be a hero because there are bad people in the world.
NATIONAL
August 5, 2007 | From Times Wire Reports
Authorities worried about firefighters' safety pulled them off a fast-growing wildfire in western Montana and told residents of about 200 homes to get out of the way. "This fire is in the hands of God right now," Gov. Brian Schweitzer said after taking a helicopter flight over the blaze, which already had burned nearly 8 square miles since starting Friday afternoon.
BUSINESS
November 30, 2005 | From Dow Jones/Associated Press
Toronto-based FirstService Corp.'s Colliers International subsidiary has acquired an 82% interest in Los Angeles-based Colliers Seeley International Inc. for an undisclosed amount. In a news release Tuesday, FirstService said senior management, active brokers and employees retained the remaining equity stake in Colliers Seeley. Colliers Seeley advises on more than $3 billion in commercial real estate transactions annually from a network of 138 brokers in 12 offices in Southern California.
BUSINESS
July 24, 2001 | Brad Berton
Commercial real estate brokerage Colliers Seeley has a new chief executive for the second time in two years. Jeff Scheferman, who had been the Los Angeles firm's chief operating officer since early last year, succeeded Robert "Cody" Plott as president and CEO. Scheferman, 54, who joined the private sector six years ago after 27 years in the Marine Corps, said Plott resigned to pursue other interests.
BUSINESS
August 26, 1999
Richard C. Schnell, a former top executive at Cushman Realty Corp., has joined rival brokerage firm Seeley Co. as senior vice president. Schnell will manage and expand Seeley's downtown Los Angeles office and boost the company's presence in Burbank, Glendale and Pasadena. Schnell had been with Cushman Realty since 1983 and served as an executive vice president.
BUSINESS
June 5, 2001
Colliers Seeley International Inc. plans to acquire other firms, add 20 brokers by the end of the year and invest in technology, education and training, the company said Monday. The privately held Los Angeles-based company has identified Riverside, Corona and Temecula as potential new areas for expansion of its operations, said Cody Plott, president and chief executive. The expansion plan "cuts against a trend toward downsizing and slow growth" at commercial real estate brokerages, Plott said.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|