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May 1, 2001 | Daryl Strickland
Voit Development Co. said Monday that it will break ground in June on a $35-million industrial park in Brea that it describes as one of the largest in Orange County to be built without first signing tenants. The subsidiary of Voit Cos. in Woodland Hills said the 500-square-foot Voit Brea Business Park will be built on 30 acres north of Lambert Road off Berry Street. It will consist of 16 buildings, each from 13,000 to 51,000 square feet.
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May 1, 2001 | Daryl Strickland
Voit Development Co. said Monday that it will break ground in June on a $35-million industrial park in Brea that it describes as one of the largest in Orange County to be built without first signing tenants. The subsidiary of Voit Cos. in Woodland Hills said the 500-square-foot Voit Brea Business Park will be built on 30 acres north of Lambert Road off Berry Street. It will consist of 16 buildings, each from 13,000 to 51,000 square feet.
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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
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.
OPINION
November 21, 1999
I was shocked to read your Nov. 15 article stating that the mayor's business team has exaggerated its impact on creating jobs in Los Angeles. As one of the developers, along with Voit Development Co., of the former General Motors assembly plant in Van Nuys, I can attest that the business team was invaluable in enabling that project to come to fruition. Without the business team's help, the former GM plant could still very well be a vacant 73-acre parcel. As for the assertion that the team does not create jobs, one needs only to drive by the 8000 block of Van Nuys Boulevard to see the jobs this project has created.
BUSINESS
August 27, 2002 | A Times Staff Writer
Voit Development Co. is buying a 22-acre parcel adjacent to the Burbank Airport where the company will develop a $40-million, 450,000-square-foot industrial business park. The site, formerly part of the Lockheed B-6 facility, is being sold by the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority for $16.3 million. The parcel became available for sale after the airport authority failed to obtain approval from the city of Burbank to build a passenger terminal.
BUSINESS
August 8, 2000 | Bob Howard
Newport Beach-based Voit Development Co. acquired a $39-million industrial portfolio of five multi-tenant and three single-tenant properties in Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside counties from Fujita Corp., according to a Voit announcement. The purchase is Voit's third acquisition from Fujita in the last 15 months. The two previous acquisitions included a $38-million portfolio in March 1999 and a $125-million portfolio in December 1999.
BUSINESS
July 14, 2003 | Roger Vincent, Times Staff Writer
Voit Development Co. will start construction this month on Burbank Airport Commerce Center, a $44-million, 480,000-square-foot industrial park adjacent to the Burbank Airport. The site, formerly part of a Lockheed facility, was sold to Voit by the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority for $16.3 million in a transaction that closed last week. The parcel became available for sale after the airport authority failed to obtain approval from the city of Burbank to build a passenger terminal.
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.
BUSINESS
September 30, 1999 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Woodland Hills-based Voit Cos., one of Southern California's largest real estate firms, said Wednesday that it has agreed to merge its property management operations with Transwestern Commercial Services, a nationwide real estate services firm. The deal, which includes Voit Management Co. and Voit's Valley Mechanical Services, would create a property management company with a portfolio of more than 90 million square feet and 1,450 employees. In the Western U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 1990 | CARLOS V. LOZANO
Simi Valley Mayor Greg Stratton and Councilwoman Ann Rock, both running for reelection, and council candidate Sandi Webb have raised more money than eight others vying for two council seats and the mayor's post on Nov. 6. Stratton, who is seeking a third term as mayor, reported the largest campaign fund, according to campaign statements filed with the city clerk's office. Stratton reported raising $8,364. The deadline for filing was Friday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 11, 2000 | BOB HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The San Fernando Valley is often cited as a place with little empty land to build on, but steady demand for office and industrial space continued to drive developers to launch new commercial projects on the few remaining undeveloped sites during the first quarter and to convert existing sites to new uses. Irvine-based Lennar Partners broke ground on the first phase of a 1.
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