March 13, 1992 |
New Management at Park Place: Trammell Crow Co. and Winthrop Financial Associates have switched hands in the management of their jointly owned buildings in Park Place, a 105-acre business center under development in Irvine. The two companies bought the eight interconnected buildings from Fluor Corp. in 1985. For the past seven years, Trammell Crow has managed the buildings.
July 3, 1985
The engineering company's previously reported plan to sell and develop its Irvine headquarters property got a boost as Winthrop Financial Associates, a Boston real estate investment banking firm, formed a partnership with an affiliate of the Trammell Crow development company to raise money for the project. Trammell Crow and Winthrop have been working on the financing proposals for several months.
November 23, 1989
Caroline Ahmanson, Harry Bubb and Betty Moss, from left, live it up at the Ritz restaurant in Newport Beach on Sunday after the presentation of Business in the Arts awards to 13 local businesses. Receiving awards were: Five Feet restaurant, Tiffany & Co., Trammel Crow Co./Winthrop Financial Associates, Ford Motor Co., KPMG Peat Marwick Main & Co., First Interstate Bank, Pacific Bell/Pacific Telesis, Security Pacific Corp, and The Times Orange County. Also receiving awards were the Irvine Co., C.
November 20, 1989 |
Thirteen Orange County firms were honored here Sunday night for "outstanding and innovative support of the arts" by the Orange County Business Committee for the Arts. Also cited was South Coast Repertory, which won a $1,000 grant, for forming support ties with local businesses. The business committee, founded in 1981 to encourage business support of the arts, has awarded 85 Business in the Arts Awards for firms' support of the arts ranging from cash contributions to hours of volunteer services.
January 20, 1989
Park Place contains 1.8 million square feet of space in a distinctive, 10-story tower and six atrium buildings of four stories each. It houses the world headquarters of Fluor Corp., from which the property was bought in 1985. Denny's Inc. recently moved its international headquarters to the complex. Future plans for Park Place include additional office, shopping, entertainment and hotel space.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 29, 1986 |
Despite a last-minute protest, the Irvine City Council on Tuesday gave final approval to a zoning ordinance change that will allow mixed-use development--including hotels, restaurants and high-rise office buildings--on Fluor Corp.'s headquarters site. The council voted 4 to 0 for the change on the ordinance's second reading.