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March 17, 1992
The Voit Cos., a Woodland Hills-based property management firm, said it has been selected to manage three major commercial properties in Orange and San Diego counties that total nearly 500,000 square feet. The properties are the CommerceCenter Anaheim, an office, retail and industrial complex formerly known as the Raymond Commerce Center; One Carlsbad Research Center, an office project in Carlsbad, and Koll Otay Mesa, an office center in Otay Mesa in San Diego County.
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BUSINESS
March 7, 2000 | BOB HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Developers of an industrial and retail center at the former General Motors assembly plant in Van Nuys were scheduled to close the sale of a 190,000-square-foot industrial building today, weeks after selling most of the retail portion of the project for $43 million. Woodland Hills-based Voit Cos. said it will sell the industrial building to apparel firm Jerry Leigh, which designs and manufactures clothing under licensing agreements with Walt Disney Co., Warner Bros. and others.
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NEWS
February 12, 1996 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
About a quarter-century ago, when what is now Warner Center was cornfields and cow pastures, a young real estate developer named Robert D. Voit heard about the Warner family's plans to turn its land into an urban center with shopping malls, offices, condominiums and manufacturing. "I thought, 'Isn't that a bizarre idea? How could one be so crazy as to dream of high-rises in the middle of cornfields?' " Voit recalled.
BUSINESS
December 21, 1999 | BOB HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Voit Development Co. last week acquired a 2-million-square-foot portfolio of industrial properties from Fujita Corp. USA for $125 million, President Robert D. Voit of the Woodland Hills-based company said Monday. The portfolio includes eight business parks in Los Angeles and Orange counties totaling 800,000 square feet and 23 free-standing industrial buildings in Orange County totaling 1.2 million square feet, Voit said.
BUSINESS
April 7, 1992 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Robert D. Voit got into commercial real estate development more than 20 years ago, back when someone who had never owned a piece of property could tie up huge tracts of land in the path of development and get a major ownership stake in the ensuing development. That's just what Voit did in Warner Center. A former commercial real estate broker with Coldwell Banker, Voit, now 52, started Voit Cos. in Woodland Hills in 1971 as a commercial development and property management firm.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 29, 1997 | HUGO MARTIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A prominent San Fernando Valley developer who built Warner Center's gleaming high-rise buildings has been selected to renovate the aging, quake-damaged Van Nuys Civic Center, officials announced Wednesday. The Voit Cos. of Woodland Hills beat out three other finalists for a city contract to build a $35-million, 210,000-square-foot municipal building with retail shops, a market plaza and a 300-space parking structure on a 2.3-acre city site.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 5, 1997 | HUGO MARTIN
The Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted Wednesday to accept the selection of the Voit Cos. to redevelop the aging and earthquake-damaged Van Nuys Civic Center. The Voit Cos., which built the Warner Center skyscrapers in Woodland Hills and are developing the GM plant site in Panorama City, were chosen by a panel of city officials to revitalize the Civic Center. The council vote also provided Voit Cos.
REAL ESTATE
September 7, 1986
Geodynamics Corp., a Santa Barbara-based research and development company, has signed a 10-year, $1.7-million lease to occupy 14,280 square feet of space in the second of two buildings that make up the santa Barbara Tech Center. The new center at Ward Drive and Ekwill street is now 92% leased, according to Grubb & Ellis Commercial Brokerage Services which negotiated the lease both for Geodynamics and the center's codevelopers, the Voit Cos. of woodland hills and the J.
BUSINESS
March 7, 2000 | BOB HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Developers of an industrial and retail center at the former General Motors assembly plant in Van Nuys were scheduled to close the sale of a 190,000-square-foot industrial building today, weeks after selling most of the retail portion of the project for $43 million. Woodland Hills-based Voit Cos. said it will sell the industrial building to apparel firm Jerry Leigh, which designs and manufactures clothing under licensing agreements with Walt Disney Co., Warner Bros. and others.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 5, 1997 | HUGO MARTIN
The Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted Wednesday to accept the selection of the Voit Cos. to redevelop the aging and earthquake-damaged Van Nuys Civic Center. The Voit Cos., which built the Warner Center skyscrapers in Woodland Hills and are developing the GM plant site in Panorama City, were chosen by a panel of city officials to revitalize the Civic Center. The council vote also provided Voit Cos.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 29, 1997 | HUGO MARTIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A prominent San Fernando Valley developer who built Warner Center's gleaming high-rise buildings has been selected to renovate the aging, quake-damaged Van Nuys Civic Center, officials announced Wednesday. The Voit Cos. of Woodland Hills beat out three other finalists for a city contract to build a $35-million, 210,000-square-foot municipal building with retail shops, a market plaza and a 300-space parking structure on a 2.3-acre city site.
BUSINESS
January 9, 1997 | MELINDA FULMER, Melinda Fulmer covers real estate for The Times
Developer Robert Voit is once again focusing on investment and development in Orange County after a 20-year hiatus. His Voit Development Co. recently purchased two multi-tenant industrial parks near Anaheim Stadium for $12.1 million. It's his first purchase here since he got wrapped up in the massive Warner Center project in Woodland Hills during the early 1970s. Voit's brokerage and property management companies have been operating here for some time.
NEWS
February 12, 1996 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
About a quarter-century ago, when what is now Warner Center was cornfields and cow pastures, a young real estate developer named Robert D. Voit heard about the Warner family's plans to turn its land into an urban center with shopping malls, offices, condominiums and manufacturing. "I thought, 'Isn't that a bizarre idea? How could one be so crazy as to dream of high-rises in the middle of cornfields?' " Voit recalled.
BUSINESS
April 7, 1992 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Robert D. Voit got into commercial real estate development more than 20 years ago, back when someone who had never owned a piece of property could tie up huge tracts of land in the path of development and get a major ownership stake in the ensuing development. That's just what Voit did in Warner Center. A former commercial real estate broker with Coldwell Banker, Voit, now 52, started Voit Cos. in Woodland Hills in 1971 as a commercial development and property management firm.
BUSINESS
November 19, 1987 | Michael Flagg, Times Staff Writer
Akins Development Co., a Newport Beach home builder, said it had acquired 14.6 acres in the planned community of Rancho Santa Margarita in southern Orange County. Akins plans to build 95 single-family detached homes as the eighth phase of its Vista Ladera neighborhood. . . . Construction begins this week on Park Place Apartments in Anaheim, a Mediterranean-style apartment complex near West Lincoln Avenue and Dale Street developed by Newport Pacific Development Corp.
REAL ESTATE
June 1, 1986 | DAVID M. KINCHEN, Times Staff Writer
It's almost a cliche in the commercial and industrial real estate market that Ventura County is at that stage of development where Orange County was 10 to 15 years ago. It would be a cliche, except that so much is taking place to make it a reality. Despite increasing no-growth sentiment toward residential development, virtually all of the communities along the Ventura Freeway in the 26-mile sector from Woodland Hills to Newbury Park are seeing rapid commercial and industrial growth.
BUSINESS
March 17, 1992
The Voit Cos., a Woodland Hills-based property management firm, said it has been selected to manage three major commercial properties in Orange and San Diego counties that total nearly 500,000 square feet. The properties are the CommerceCenter Anaheim, an office, retail and industrial complex formerly known as the Raymond Commerce Center; One Carlsbad Research Center, an office project in Carlsbad, and Koll Otay Mesa, an office center in Otay Mesa in San Diego County.
BUSINESS
November 19, 1987 | Michael Flagg, Times Staff Writer
Akins Development Co., a Newport Beach home builder, said it had acquired 14.6 acres in the planned community of Rancho Santa Margarita in southern Orange County. Akins plans to build 95 single-family detached homes as the eighth phase of its Vista Ladera neighborhood. . . . Construction begins this week on Park Place Apartments in Anaheim, a Mediterranean-style apartment complex near West Lincoln Avenue and Dale Street developed by Newport Pacific Development Corp.
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