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May 5, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
A Southern California developer has paid $31 million for a golf course and raw pastureland near Antioch. Richland Communities outbid SunCal Companies and purchased the 2,156-acre Roddy Ranch on Monday. Two years ago, owners Jack Roddy and Wayne Pierce filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection when they failed to win approval to build a 1,000-home golf course community. The men intended to repay $50 million in loans with home-sale proceeds that never materialized.
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May 5, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
A Southern California developer has paid $31 million for a golf course and raw pastureland near Antioch. Richland Communities outbid SunCal Companies and purchased the 2,156-acre Roddy Ranch on Monday. Two years ago, owners Jack Roddy and Wayne Pierce filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection when they failed to win approval to build a 1,000-home golf course community. The men intended to repay $50 million in loans with home-sale proceeds that never materialized.
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July 12, 1997 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The 256-acre Pacific Point planned development has been sold for more than $20 million to a Placentia development firm that plans to began work on the long-dormant project this summer. TMC Companies, an investment group backed by a major Hong Kong real estate firm, said late Friday that it sold Pacific Point to SunCal Companies. SunCal, according to a statement from TMC President Mark Ferraro, plans to begin grading the ocean-view acreage within 30 days.
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July 12, 1997 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The 256-acre Pacific Point planned development has been sold for more than $20 million to a Placentia development firm that plans to began work on the long-dormant project this summer. TMC Companies, an investment group backed by a major Hong Kong real estate firm, said late Friday that it sold Pacific Point to SunCal Companies. SunCal, according to a statement from TMC President Mark Ferraro, plans to begin grading the ocean-view acreage within 30 days.
BUSINESS
July 26, 2000
Tony Occhino has joined Richmond American Homes as director of land development for projects in Orange, San Diego, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Occhino had been construction manager at SunCal Companies. * Steve Johnson has been named chief executive of SignOnline Inc. in Irvine. He was most recently chief executive of Unico Pacific Telecommunications Group.
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January 3, 2006 | Daniel Yi, Times Staff Writer
If Sam Tiberi could turn back time, he would take his beachside town of San Clemente to the mid-1960s, when his fellow residents numbered only a few thousand and Orange County's creeping sprawl was still miles and decades away. "It was great the way it was," said Tiberi, 75, the owner of Sam's Shoes & Repairs, one of downtown San Clemente's oldest businesses. "But you can't stop progress."
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April 12, 2005 | Amanda Covarrubias, Times Staff Writer
For a decade, "the bridge to nowhere" stood as a symbol of the bust-boom nature of development in the Antelope Valley. The rock bridge over the Amargosa Creek in Palmdale was built during the last building boom, meant to be the gateway to the Ritter Ranch development. But the project never materialized, stymied by delays, bankruptcies and a slowing housing market. But now, with Southern California in the midst of another housing boom, construction is beginning on the 7,200-home community.
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