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January 16, 1994 | MARY HELEN BERG
When potential tenants lease a unit at the Casa Rita Apartments, even children will need to sign on the dotted line. To qualify to live in the 103-unit building, tenants will need to meet income restrictions and children must agree to attend school, hand in their homework and join an after-school program sponsored at the building.
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January 16, 1994 | MARY HELEN BERG
When potential tenants lease a unit at the Casa Rita Apartments, even children will need to sign on the dotted line. To qualify to live in the 103-unit building, tenants will need to meet income restrictions and children must agree to attend school, hand in their homework and join an after-school program sponsored at the building.
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NEWS
December 17, 1992
The Community Redevelopment Agency on Tuesday approved an urgent request from Champion/LBS Associates Development Co. to sell its part of Temple City Square to a limited partnership. Bob Champion told the agency that quick action was needed because a $12.5-million loan from Long Beach Savings Bank to the buyer, Calac Investment, would fall through if the sale was not approved by the end of the year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 13, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
An 850-unit apartment complex approved by the City Council this week requires the Mission Viejo Co. to provide financial security in order to protect the city against any legal challenges to the housing tract. The project could still be scuttled if noise caused by Marine jets returning to the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station turns out to be excessive. As a condition of approval, noise levels will be monitored at the site over the next four months.
BUSINESS
May 25, 1999 | E. SCOTT RECKARD, E. Scott Reckard covers tourism for The Times. He can be reached at (714) 966-7407 and at scott.reckard@latimes.com
Wolfgang Puck Food Co., which serves up fast food, cafe fare, sushi and fine dining at the Downtown Disney shopping and entertainment center in Florida, expects to be part of the $1.4-billion Disneyland expansion in Anaheim as well. But the way discussions with Walt Disney Co. are developing, Puck is more likely to wind up in the new California Adventure theme park than outside in the Anaheim version of Downtown Disney.
BUSINESS
July 28, 2000 | DARYL STRICKLAND
Some analysts believe the commercial real estate market is leveling off, but the recent sale of the Stadium Crossings office building in Anaheim shows the market is still strong. Crown Realty & Development recently sold the office and retail property, across the street from Edison International Field, for $36.2 million. The price, a whopping $234 per square foot, is among the highest ever paid in the county for such a site, analysts said.
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