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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 2003 | Patrick McGreevy, Times Staff Writer
Torn between competing desires to preserve open space and to address a housing shortage, the Los Angeles City Council took the first step Friday to buy the Studio City Golf and Tennis Club to prevent much of the 17-acre facility from being bulldozed for a senior-citizen housing project.
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BUSINESS
December 27, 1991 | Susan Christian, Times staff writer
Marketing to Seniors: And behind every successful retirement community is a successful marketer. The Seniors Housing Council, an arm of the Building Industry Assn., will discuss ways that developers can reach consumers 55 and older at a breakfast meeting Jan. 16 in the Irvine Mariott. Featured speaker will be Frank Conaway, president of Primelife, a communications firm in Costa Mesa that specializes in marketing to an older audience.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 1997 | DAVID GREENBERG, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Ending a much-ballyhooed debate by Wood Ranch residents, the City Council on Monday night unanimously approved a permit for a 148-unit affordable-housing project for seniors. The council agreed to allow the apartment complex to go forward provided that developers obtain needed financing and reach an agreement with the council on what portion of the project will be set aside for low-income residents. "I think we should move forward; there are a lot of safeguards," said Councilman Paul Miller.
BUSINESS
March 23, 1990 | John O'Dell, Times staff writer
That the country is graying is no longer news. The U.S. Census Bureau tells us that 12% of the population will be 55 or more by the end of the decade. That creates problems and opportunities in a variety of areas, and two Southern California building industry executives have responded with the creation in Irvine of the first chapter of what they hope will become a nationwide senior citizens housing council.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 1997 | DAVID GREENBERG, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Ending a much-ballyhooed debate by Wood Ranch residents, the City Council on Monday night unanimously approved a permit for a 148-unit affordable-housing project for seniors. The council agreed to allow the apartment complex to go forward provided that developers obtain needed financing and reach an agreement with the council on what portion of the project will be set aside for low-income residents. "I think we should move forward; there are a lot of safeguards," said Councilman Paul Miller.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 2003 | Patrick McGreevy, Times Staff Writer
Torn between competing desires to preserve open space and to address a housing shortage, the Los Angeles City Council took the first step Friday to buy the Studio City Golf and Tennis Club to prevent much of the 17-acre facility from being bulldozed for a senior-citizen housing project.
BUSINESS
August 7, 1992
Seniors Housing: As Orange County ages, creating housing for the over-55 buyer is becoming an increasingly important niche in residential development--a market segment a lot of developers would like to break into. However, selling that housing can be an even more challenging venture than building it. To help developers understand the special nature of the market, the Seniors Housing Council of the Building Industry Assn. of Southern California has scheduled an Aug.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 13, 2000 | Dana Bushee, (714) 966-5636
The Leisure World Laguna Woods Foundation will be recognized as Program of the Year with the Senior Achievement and General Excellence Award on Wednesday. The foundation, founded by residents and staff of Leisure World three years ago, provides temporary support services for residents in the community. Services include picking up medications, help with bills and covering costs for the Meals on Wheels program. More than 1,000 residents have donated to the foundation.
BUSINESS
December 27, 1991 | Susan Christian, Times staff writer
Marketing to Seniors: And behind every successful retirement community is a successful marketer. The Seniors Housing Council, an arm of the Building Industry Assn., will discuss ways that developers can reach consumers 55 and older at a breakfast meeting Jan. 16 in the Irvine Mariott. Featured speaker will be Frank Conaway, president of Primelife, a communications firm in Costa Mesa that specializes in marketing to an older audience.
BUSINESS
March 23, 1990 | John O'Dell, Times staff writer
That the country is graying is no longer news. The U.S. Census Bureau tells us that 12% of the population will be 55 or more by the end of the decade. That creates problems and opportunities in a variety of areas, and two Southern California building industry executives have responded with the creation in Irvine of the first chapter of what they hope will become a nationwide senior citizens housing council.
BUSINESS
April 18, 2000
* Boris Bugarski has been named chief executive of JungleJungle Inc., an Internet service provider in Santa Ana. Before founding JungleJungle, he worked for four years on Internet marketing strategies. His twin brother, Aleks, was appointed executive vice president. He has been involved in private fund-raising for the last four years and has participated in business development for Trispectrum Corp. marketing and sales. * John P.
BUSINESS
April 16, 2000
Joe Montana, former star NFL quarterback, has joined SportsHabitat.com Inc. in Lake Forest as a business advisor. * Christy White has joined Prudential Real Estate and Relocation Services in Irvine as vice president of e-business solutions. Previously, White was vice president of e-commerce at SuperGroups.com. * Barry J. Kamel has been elected to the board of directors of the Seniors Housing Council of Orange County. He previously served on the board from 1993-96.
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