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May 15, 1998 | JULIO V. CANO and JOHN POPE and DEBRA CANO
The Planning Commission recently delayed a decision on redevelopment plans for the Seacliff Shopping Center, after listening to public concerns for nearly 2 1/2 hours. The commission was to have decided on plans by Shea Properties to demolish the mall, at Main Street and Yorktown Avenue, and build a larger, more modern structure that would double the existing retail space.
December 17, 2000 | TINA BORGATTA
Police talked a Downey man out of committing suicide in the parking lot of a Westminster shopping center, persuading him to drop a gun he'd been holding to his head during the two-hour standoff. At about 7 a.m. the 30-year-old man, who police said appeared intoxicated and indicated he was distraught over marital and other personal problems, handed a coffee stand worker a note threatening suicide, according to Westminster police.
June 23, 1996 | DAVID R. BAKER
With one new shopping center rapidly taking shape at the corner of Westlake and Thousand Oaks boulevards, the Planning Commission on Monday is scheduled to review a proposal for more shops just across the street. Thousand Oaks commissioners will consider plans for Northgate Plaza, a 101,420-square-foot shopping center at the intersection's southwest corner. On the southeast corner, construction is underway on the Promenade Center, a shopping plaza about twice Northgate's size.
April 11, 1997
The Rossmoor Shopping Center will host a free health fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. The commercial center's Health Fair Expo '97, with 90 volunteers from both medical and nonmedical fields, gives adults an opportunity to get free screenings for a variety of health problems. A test for prostate specific antigen for males 40 years and older, and blood chemistry profiles--$25 for each service--also will be available.
January 30, 1986
The City Council last week approved a development plan to clear the way for a proposed shopping center at Atlantic and Clarkson avenues by Rodeo-West Co., a Los Angeles-based firm. The proposed center--within a designated Redevelopment Project Area undergoing review and adoption proceedings--was exempted from a moratorium placed on project area sites in August.
February 21, 1991
Jeanette Henderson, owner of Hen's Teeth Square in Northwest Pasadena, will receive more help from the city to aid her struggling shopping center. On Tuesday, city directors approved reimbursing Los Angeles County $20,000 to remove a raised street median on Woodbury Road in front of the center. Henderson said removal would improve access and boost business.
March 26, 2002 | Bob Howard
Passco Real Estate Enterprises Inc. bought Lancaster Commerce Center at Antelope Valley Highway 14 and Avenue K in Lancaster for $34 million from Lancaster Commerce Center California Partnership. The property is a 303,367-square-foot neighborhood retail center on 55 acres. Also, Passco sold a 60,230-square-foot portion of the 105,239-square-foot Lincoln Plaza shopping center at Lincoln and Van Buren in Riverside to Lincoln Investments Trust for $6.5 million.
May 25, 2001
A teenager was in critical condition and a man was hospitalized after a shooting Thursday night outside a Carson shopping center, authorities said. The victims, who were not identified, were shot outside the South Bay Pavilion about 8:40 p.m. after a confrontation, Sgt. Pierre Nadeau said. Although the center was filled with people, there was little traffic outside on Leapwood Avenue, Nadeau said. The victims were reluctant to identify their attackers, he said.
May 17, 1997 | HOPE HAMASHIGE
The City Council on Monday will consider a proposal to build a shopping center near 17th Street and Tustin Avenue. "It's a really good thing for the city that people want to develop here," Councilman Ted R. Moreno said. The fact that another shopping center, approved by the council in December, is already under construction just a short distance away on 17th Street is particularly heartening, Moreno said, because both sites had been vacant for years.
January 6, 1996 | DAVID R. BAKER
Plans for a 200,000-square-foot shopping center at the intersection of Westlake and Thousand Oaks boulevards will go before the Planning Commission on Monday night. Brentwood-based developer Rick Caruso hopes to build the Thousand Oaks Town Center at the intersection's southeast corner. Possible center tenants include a bookstore, a grocery store and an eight-screen theater, as well as restaurants and smaller shops.
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