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April 1, 1998 | E. Scott Reckard
Chalk up another big property sale to a real estate investment trust, this one by Swede-Cal Properties and Viking Partners of Newport Beach. Swede-Cal and Viking, both formed in the late 1980s by Swedish immigrants Jan-Erik Palm and Kent Berg, said Tuesday they have sold five business parks for $49 million to Kilroy Realty Corp. in El Segundo. The parks are in Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Irvine, Lake Forest and Huntington Beach.
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April 1, 1998 | E. Scott Reckard
Chalk up another big property sale to a real estate investment trust, this one by Swede-Cal Properties and Viking Partners of Newport Beach. Swede-Cal and Viking, both formed in the late 1980s by Swedish immigrants Jan-Erik Palm and Kent Berg, said Tuesday they have sold five business parks for $49 million to Kilroy Realty Corp. in El Segundo. The parks are in Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Irvine, Lake Forest and Huntington Beach.
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BUSINESS
February 2, 1990
Anaheim Corporate Center was recently acquired for $15.3 million by Swede-Cal Properties Inc., a California corporation with both Swedish and Californian investors. The four-building business park, built in 1986, covers 9.3 acres and has a total of 158,149 square feet of space. It is currently 97% leased, with Control Data and Navco as major tenants. FACTS AND FIGURES Address: 5101 and 5109 E. La Palma Ave.
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January 26, 1990 | Michael Flagg Times staff writer
Clearly many people in Orange County's real estate industry worked through the holidays because January has been a busy month for deal-making. Here are some of the bigger ones announced publicly: * CYP Inc., an Irvine architecture and planning firm recently ranked first in the county in volume of projects, unveiled plans for a $1.2-billion Puerto Rican resort said to be the largest of its kind in the Western Hemisphere.
REAL ESTATE
February 18, 1990 | RON GALPERIN, Galperin is a Los Angeles-based free-lance writer who has covered the commercial real estate scene for several years
Forget most of what you've heard about the U.S. Small Business Administration and its loan program, say local lenders. Borrowers looking for start-up capital or a loan without collateral need not apply. Borrowers turned down elsewhere for insufficient credit are out of luck too, they add. But if it's a commercial real estate loan you want, the SBA may have just the deal you've been looking for, said Sidney Moray, chief executive officer of Government Funding Corp.
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