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October 23, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Macerich Buys Dallas Mall: Santa Monica-based Macerich Co. has purchased the Valley View Center shopping mall in Dallas for $85.5 million in cash and debt. The seller wasn't identified. The 1.57-million-square-foot mall, anchored by Sears, Dillards, Foley's and J.C. Penney, is the largest in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Valley View Center generates annual sales of more than $230 million. Macerich financed the purchase with a 10-year, $60-million mortgage, $14.
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January 31, 1997 | From Associated Press
A wall collapsed at a shopping mall Thursday morning, killing three people, injuring seven and sending dozens of elderly "mall walkers" scrambling for their lives. As many as six other people were feared missing under tons of concrete and steel rubble. The wall was being torn down to make room for a Magic Johnson movie theater complex when it caved in. "It just all of a sudden went crackling.
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January 31, 1997 | From Associated Press
A wall collapsed at a shopping mall Thursday morning, killing three people, injuring seven and sending dozens of elderly "mall walkers" scrambling for their lives. As many as six other people were feared missing under tons of concrete and steel rubble. The wall was being torn down to make room for a Magic Johnson movie theater complex when it caved in. "It just all of a sudden went crackling.
BUSINESS
October 23, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Macerich Buys Dallas Mall: Santa Monica-based Macerich Co. has purchased the Valley View Center shopping mall in Dallas for $85.5 million in cash and debt. The seller wasn't identified. The 1.57-million-square-foot mall, anchored by Sears, Dillards, Foley's and J.C. Penney, is the largest in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Valley View Center generates annual sales of more than $230 million. Macerich financed the purchase with a 10-year, $60-million mortgage, $14.
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June 23, 1986 | Associated Press
Former U.S. Treasury Secretary John B. Connally spent six years assembling a real estate empire across Texas and into New Mexico, but now he's selling it bit by bit to stay afloat as the Texas economy continues to slide. His partnership has faced one foreclosure and several lawsuits over millions of dollars in debts. "I regret that we're having to struggle like hell just to stay even," Connally, a former Texas governor, told the Dallas Morning News in an interview published Sunday.
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