July 10, 1986 |
A week after filing suit against its partners in the Park Del Amo residential and commercial project, a development company has sued Torrance, claiming that the city intended to discriminate against the poor and ethnic minorities when it rejected the company's plans to build and rent out a 416-unit residential complex. Lincoln Property Co. filed a suit this week in federal court and a separate suit in Los Angeles Superior Court.
October 1, 1989
PALMDALE: The Highlands by Watt America, phase 3, 18 of 97 single-family homes, 3-5 bedrooms, 2-3 baths, 2,150-2,900 square feet; $205,000-$272,000; May occupancy; open daily, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., at 7341 Ave. M West. TORRANCE: Phase 6C of SummerWind, 12 of 508 townhouses; $250,000-$300,000; 2-3 bedrooms, 2-2 1/2 baths; 1,121-1,381 square feet; monthly fee, $105; developer, Watt Homes Inc.; move-ins, February, 1990; open daily, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
February 12, 1989
PALMDALE: Marlborough Country Palms, Phase 6, 49 of 289 single-family homes, 3-4 bedrooms, 2-3 baths, 1,287-1,2342 square feet; $135,990-$174,990; August occupancy; furnished models at 21177 Sandstone Court. Sixth phase of 289-unit Marlborough Country Palms by Marlborough Development Corp., 49 3-4-bedroom single-family houses, 1,287-2,342 square feet; $135,990-$174,990; August move-ins; 5 models open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily at 21177 Sandstone Court.
September 18, 1988
CHINO: Georgetown by GWR Development, 22 townhouses out of 50, 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms; 1,286-1,290 square feet; $105,990-$107,990; $79.74 monthly homeowners fee; late September move-ins; 2 models and sales office open daily 10 a.m.-dusk at 12902 Homestead Place. VAN NUYS: Tiara Court II at 14126 Tiara Street, 16 rental units, 655-900 square feet, 1-2 bedrooms, 2-2 1/2 baths; $860-$875; wall safes, central air and heating, gated parking; open noon to 5 p.m. on weekends.
July 3, 1986 |
No more residential construction at the Park Del Amo project will be allowed until a dispute with developers over ownership of the Madrona Marsh is resolved. The City Council came to that decision last week after City Atty. Stanley Remelmeyer reversed his earlier opinion and told the council that the marsh dispute could be considered in deciding on housing proposals for the project.