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January 22, 1999 | Kathleen Haney, (714) 965-7172
After 15 years in business, Jose McCoy's Burgers and Tacos plans to close its doors Saturday. Owner Eleanor Lee said this week that she and her husband, Bob, were unable to reach an agreement with Shea Business Properties, which is developing the new Seacliff Shopping Center at Main Street and Yorktown Avenue. Lee said she and her husband plan to take a few months off before searching for a new location in the city.
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August 6, 2001 | DARYL STRICKLAND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Unfazed by the commercial real estate slowdown, a pair of Orange County companies will announce plans today to develop an office and industrial park in south Orange County. Shea Properties and Baker Ranch Properties plan to start work early next year to convert 380 acres in the foothills of Lake Forest into a sprawling business campus. Shea and Baker, which owns the land, said the project would add about 5 million square feet of commercial space over seven to 10 years.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1990 | JAMES M. GOMEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Since moving from Costa Mesa last year, attorney Paul Konapelsky has enjoyed a bird's-eye view of Monarch Bay from his hilltop home in the exclusive Bear Brand neighborhood. But to Konapelsky's chagrin, his panoramic vista may soon be obscured by a maze of commercial buildings. If a developer has his way, Konapelsky could be staring out his window at the tarred rooftop of a strip mall and a multiscreen theater, a two-level parking lot, a gas station and a 60-foot tower.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 1999 | Kathleen Haney, (714) 965-7172
After 15 years in business, Jose McCoy's Burgers and Tacos plans to close its doors Saturday. Owner Eleanor Lee said this week that she and her husband, Bob, were unable to reach an agreement with Shea Business Properties, which is developing the new Seacliff Shopping Center at Main Street and Yorktown Avenue. Lee said she and her husband plan to take a few months off before searching for a new location in the city.
BUSINESS
August 6, 2001 | DARYL STRICKLAND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Unfazed by the commercial real estate slowdown, a pair of Orange County companies will announce plans today to develop an office and industrial park in south Orange County. Shea Properties and Baker Ranch Properties plan to start work early next year to convert 380 acres in the foothills of Lake Forest into a sprawling business campus. Shea and Baker, which owns the land, said the project would add about 5 million square feet of commercial space over seven to 10 years.
BUSINESS
March 9, 2000
Here are building permits valued at $350,000 and up filed recently in Orange County. ANAHEIM * Project: Three three-story senior apartment buildings Address: 215 Festival Drive Value: $6.
BUSINESS
July 28, 1993 | Debora Vrana Times correspondent
Ocean Ranch Village at 95%: At least 95% of the 88,850 square feet available at Ocean Ranch Village, Phase II, a community shopping center in Laguna Niguel, is already leased or committed, according to Shea Business Properties in Walnut, which is developing, building and leasing the center. Tenants who have signed leases include Wells Fargo Bank, Edwards Cinema and an Olive Garden Italian restaurant. The project is expected to open in the fall.
BUSINESS
January 4, 1991
Laguna Heights, a new $30-million retail center in Laguna Niguel, is scheduled to open in late February. The complex, with an Italian Mediterranean town center theme, is currently 93% leased. Among its tenants are a Lucky supermarket, clothing boutiques, bank branches, specialty gift shops and restaurants. Plans also call for a day-care facility.
NEWS
October 28, 1990
One of the prime undeveloped commercial sites in Walnut will remain vacant until the owners of the property, Shea Business Properties and Wesmac Inc., come up with a development plan more acceptable to the city. The City Council enacted a 45-day moratorium Wednesday on any development of the approximately 37-acre site, which is near the intersection of Grand Avenue and Valley Boulevard. Walnut-based Shea owns 31.2 acres of the site, and Wesmac of Diamond Bar owns the remaining 5.9 acres.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 11, 1989
Orange County's newest fire station, at 31461 Street of the Golden Lantern, was dedicated Thursday afternoon, with county Supervisor Thomas Riley praising the "historic" development agreement that funded the $3-million facility. "History is really being made here today," Riley told the audience of about 150 at the new station. Riley said the station is the first to be built in the county's Fifth Supervisorial District using solely private funds from developers.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1990 | JAMES M. GOMEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Since moving from Costa Mesa last year, attorney Paul Konapelsky has enjoyed a bird's-eye view of Monarch Bay from his hilltop home in the exclusive Bear Brand neighborhood. But to Konapelsky's chagrin, his panoramic vista may soon be obscured by a maze of commercial buildings. If a developer has his way, Konapelsky could be staring out his window at the tarred rooftop of a strip mall and a multiscreen theater, a two-level parking lot, a gas station and a 60-foot tower.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 20, 1990 | LESLIE EARNEST
The City Council has let stand its earlier approval of a 17-acre shopping center in the Bear Brand community, but gave final approval only after further modifying a project that already had 34 conditions attached to it. The proposed center, which will include a seven-screen movie theater and three restaurants, has been opposed by some residents as a hulking, noisy intrusion into their neighborhood.
NEWS
August 29, 1993 | LEE ROMNEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Walnut City Council on Wednesday approved a controversial 26-acre shopping mall that includes a massive Target store, overriding several key recommendations of a residents committee that battled with developers for five months over project details. The council's 2 a.m. decision came after five hours of public comment and a tedious evaluation of 63 conditions proposed by the Planning Commission in response to resident concerns.
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