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REAL ESTATE
August 20, 1989
One Pacific Heights, a 124,349-square-foot office building at 9920 Pacific Heights Blvd. in the San Diego suburb of Sorrento Mesa, is set to open next month. The $23-million, five-story structure is being developed by a joint venture of Oliver McMillan & Radnor Corp. The building, sheathed in green and pewter high-performance glass, is designed by the San Diego-based architectural firm BSHA.
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BUSINESS
January 4, 1990 | KIM KOWSKY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Unlike many of the 72 other biotechnology firms in San Diego, La Jolla Pharmaceutical Co.'s researchers are not planning to discover and market a cure for cancer or AIDS. At least not yet.
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REAL ESTATE
January 6, 1985
Work has begun on the second of five buildings planned for the Equidon Research Park, Sorrento Mesa, San Diego. Scheduled for completion in June, the $13- million, 128,000 square-foot structure is being built by Equidon Cos. to a design by the architectural firm of Conwell-Marshall & Associates. Both firms have offices in San Diego.
REAL ESTATE
August 20, 1989
One Pacific Heights, a 124,349-square-foot office building at 9920 Pacific Heights Blvd. in the San Diego suburb of Sorrento Mesa, is set to open next month. The $23-million, five-story structure is being developed by a joint venture of Oliver McMillan & Radnor Corp. The building, sheathed in green and pewter high-performance glass, is designed by the San Diego-based architectural firm BSHA.
REAL ESTATE
February 17, 1985
The second in a network of rentable electronic conference centers is planned in Equidon's 125-acre Wateridge Corporate Park on Sorrento Mesa in San Diego. Expected to cost $500,000 to build or $850,000 including operational equipment, the three-building conference center is being designed to combine audio/visual production and presentation capabilities with an executive meeting room equipped with the latest in electronic communications technology. Equidon Cos.
REAL ESTATE
September 8, 1985
The first of two research-and-development buildings is under construction at the Interstate Corporate Center, just west of Interstate 15 at 5050 Murphy Canyon Road between Clairemont Mesa Boulevard and Balboa Avenue in the Kearny Mesa area of San Diego, with completion planned later this year. The second building will go into construction in January. Each building contains 30,000 square feet.
BUSINESS
December 29, 1987 | ELLIOT KING, Elliot King is a San Diego-based free-lance writer
About a year ago, Christopher S. McKellar, president of McKellar Development Corp., was building his dream house overlooking La Jolla Shores. He wanted it to be perfect, inside and out, with exactly the right wallpaper, floor covering and fabric to upholster the furniture. But much to his frustration, he could not find the furnishings he wanted locally. Instead, he was forced to make 10 trips to Los Angeles to shop at the mammoth Pacific Design Center.
BUSINESS
January 4, 1990 | KIM KOWSKY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Unlike many of the 72 other biotechnology firms in San Diego, La Jolla Pharmaceutical Co.'s researchers are not planning to discover and market a cure for cancer or AIDS. At least not yet.
REAL ESTATE
March 10, 1985
A 2.05-acre parcel at the corner of Brown Deer and Carroll roads, in the Sorrento Mesa area of San Diego, has been purchased for $1,068,570 by the Independent Order of Foresters.
REAL ESTATE
February 19, 1989
Ned Baumer, partner in Scripps Wateridge Associates, has been reelected president of Sorrento mesa Business Council i San Diego. Other officers are: Peter B. Quinn, first vice president; Ronald R. Alfonzo, secretary, and marv Steadman, treasurer.
BUSINESS
December 29, 1987 | ELLIOT KING, Elliot King is a San Diego-based free-lance writer
About a year ago, Christopher S. McKellar, president of McKellar Development Corp., was building his dream house overlooking La Jolla Shores. He wanted it to be perfect, inside and out, with exactly the right wallpaper, floor covering and fabric to upholster the furniture. But much to his frustration, he could not find the furnishings he wanted locally. Instead, he was forced to make 10 trips to Los Angeles to shop at the mammoth Pacific Design Center.
REAL ESTATE
September 8, 1985
The first of two research-and-development buildings is under construction at the Interstate Corporate Center, just west of Interstate 15 at 5050 Murphy Canyon Road between Clairemont Mesa Boulevard and Balboa Avenue in the Kearny Mesa area of San Diego, with completion planned later this year. The second building will go into construction in January. Each building contains 30,000 square feet.
REAL ESTATE
February 17, 1985
The second in a network of rentable electronic conference centers is planned in Equidon's 125-acre Wateridge Corporate Park on Sorrento Mesa in San Diego. Expected to cost $500,000 to build or $850,000 including operational equipment, the three-building conference center is being designed to combine audio/visual production and presentation capabilities with an executive meeting room equipped with the latest in electronic communications technology. Equidon Cos.
REAL ESTATE
January 6, 1985
Work has begun on the second of five buildings planned for the Equidon Research Park, Sorrento Mesa, San Diego. Scheduled for completion in June, the $13- million, 128,000 square-foot structure is being built by Equidon Cos. to a design by the architectural firm of Conwell-Marshall & Associates. Both firms have offices in San Diego.
REAL ESTATE
September 28, 1986
Applied Micro Circuit Corp. has signed a $12-million, 10-year lease for 100,000 square feet of space at Pacific Corporate Center in Sorrento Mesa, San Diego. Grubb & Ellis Commercial Brokerage Services represented both parties in the transaction.
REAL ESTATE
January 27, 1985
A 5.4-acre parcel in the Lusk Mira Mesa Business Park East has been sold to Sorrento Mesa Investors Group Ltd. by Lusk-Smith / Mira Mesa North for $2,533,000. Grubb & Ellis Commercial Brokerage Services represented both parties.
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