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August 25, 1992
Northridge Pavilion Associates, a Sun Valley partnership that plans to develop a $50-million, 250,000-square-foot shopping center in Northridge, announced the signing of lease agreements with Vons supermarket and the Sports Connection health club. Northridge Pavilion said Vons will open a 51,000-square-foot store and Sports Connection will operate a 24,000-square-foot club in the proposed shopping center at Shirley Avenue and Plummer Street near Northridge Fashion Center.
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August 25, 1992
Northridge Pavilion Associates, a Sun Valley partnership that plans to develop a $50-million, 250,000-square-foot shopping center in Northridge, announced the signing of lease agreements with Vons supermarket and the Sports Connection health club. Northridge Pavilion said Vons will open a 51,000-square-foot store and Sports Connection will operate a 24,000-square-foot club in the proposed shopping center at Shirley Avenue and Plummer Street near Northridge Fashion Center.
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July 15, 1988 | KEITH BRADSHER, Times Staff Writer
An investment partnership led by financier Marvin Davis has bought half of Sports Connection, a West Los Angeles-based health club chain with eight large, upscale gyms sprinkled across Southern California. The transaction announced Thursday will give Sports Connection the money it needs to continue building new gyms while remaining a privately held firm, said founder and President D. Michael Talla.
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July 15, 1988 | KEITH BRADSHER, Times Staff Writer
An investment partnership led by financier Marvin Davis has bought half of Sports Connection, a West Los Angeles-based health club chain with eight large, upscale gyms sprinkled across Southern California. The transaction announced Thursday will give Sports Connection the money it needs to continue building new gyms while remaining a privately held firm, said founder and President D. Michael Talla.
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