Chula Vista Star-News from Chula Vista, California on April 7, 1988 · Page 15
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The Star-News, Thursday, April 7, 1988 - t y A " i i -' ' -) ; ir ': ; Jalapeno's signs lease ' Jalapeno's Restaurant, a family-oriented restaurant serving . Mexican specialty dishes, has signed a 3,000 sq. ft., five year lease for $225,000 at the 34-acre Southland Plaza shopping center located off 1-5 at Palm Avenue in Chula Vista. ' The center is owned by Southland Fhza Ltd., a limited part-' nership in association with La JoIIa Pacific Development Group and Jack W. Davis. ' 'Jalapeno's will help to round out the food selections we have at the shopping center!" according to Mike McPhee, partner in La Jolla Pacific Development Group, Jalapeno's is owned by Armando and Juanita Sanchez, who have been in the restaurant business for 15 years, "We spent , , months looking for a site with excellent customer traffic flow ' and found Southland Plaza to be the perfect location. We are ' excited about our new restaurant and feel it will do very well at Southland Plaza," said Juanita Sanchez. - Southland Plaza is a 335,000-square-foot retail center in San . Diego's rapidly growing South bayI-5 corridor. The project features a white stucco exterior accented by cedar wood canopies -"and Spanish-styled tile roofing. Five spaces per 1000 sq. ft. of leasable floor space is provided for customer and employee parking,' ' - .- ' La Jolla Pacific Development Group is involved in over 800,000 square feet of retail space in San Diego County. . Drivers to have more info X- San Diego drivers now have more down-to-earth information about traffic problems and road conditions, thanks to San .'Diego Transit bus drivers, : San Diego Transit's board of directors have approved a uni-, ,-que traffic "problem-spotting" system in cooperation with Air ; watch Communications, the company that provides traffic -reports to many San Diego radio stations. ; . The program, the first of its kind in California, will link Air-watch with hundreds of San Diego bus drivers and San Diego Transit's radio room dispatchers to alert motorists to traffic tie-ips. - Also, according to SDT General Manager Roger Snoble, "We want people to realize that San Diego Transit drivers and all SDT employees, for that matter are people who care about getting San Diegans to their destinations whether or not it's on a - 'bUS." . "... .. The new system began last Monday. -Building bought in Otay . Assemble in Mexico, Inc., a maquiladora consulting firm, has purchased a 19,840-squarc-foot, , free-standing industrial. building, located on 1.61 acres in the Otay Valley Industrial -Park at 751 Design Court, for $1,091,200, according to Coldwell Banker Commercial Real Estate Services. , ' Assemble in Mexico, Inc., , who are relocating to the new i facility from National City, bought the building from Otay "Vallwey Industrial Partners. v The Otay Valley Industrial Park is a development of the GreenwaldMcDonald Company. ItTwo firms sign at Southland ,l- An engineering business and a defense contractor have signed . leases in Southland Commerce Center located at 22 West 35th , Street in National City for a total consideration of $46,572, according to Coldwell Banker Commercial Real Estate Services. ", Applied Technology Associates, Inc.; a defense contractor, i Jias leased 1297 square feet of space for one year at $15,564. . , Life Cycle Engineering Inc., a South Carolina-based engincer-. Ing firm, has leased 2,584 square feet of space for one year at I $31,008. Life Cycle Engineering Inc. plans to occupy the space , in April 1988. I , The lessor in both transactions was Southland Commerce -Center Group Ltd. International business class "Overview of International Business," a core requirement - for all MasteT of Business Administration degree programs, will be offered at National University's South Bay campus at 12 N. Euclid Avenue in National City beginning May 3. ' The course discusses the fundamentals of East-West trade and recent investment patterns within cultural, economic and political frameworks. The pros and cons of protectionism, inter- national trade theory, the role of multinational corporations in i international sourcing, marketing and personnel management for global business are studied. . . National University's unique one-course-per-month format enables working adults to continue in their careers while obtaining a university degree. IK For information pn crollment, registration or financial aid contact an admissions adviser at 563-7423, . ;CV shopping center sold ' . ' The 49,635-square-foot shopping center located on six acres at 5 the Northwest corner of Orange Ave. and Melrose Ave. in Chula 'Vista has been purchased by James U. Parker of La Jolla for $2,520,000, according to Coldwell Banker Commercial Real. Estate Services. Growth- Continued from page B-6 , Phelan said that as these areas grew, property values shot upward. "Kearny Mesa land could be jiad for $1.50 a square foot wy, back when and now it goes for $20 per square foot. The same was true of Mission Valley office space," -' The first warehousesr small factories, distribution plantsoffices and warehouse "were tilt-up crackerboxes" with very little imagination used in design or construction, he said. "But now that has all changed for the better and we have some very esthetically pleasing industrial complexes with extensive landscaping and interesting architecture." Phelan said the advent of the fully integrated '-communities, with blends of residential, industrial, ' office, recreational and retail elements are part of the answer to the traffic congestion problems. "'Eastlake and Carmel Mountain Ranch are examples of well-planned developments in which at least some of the residents can live, work, shop and Andere named special: to law firm consultant Alfredo Andere, an attorney from Mexico and a resident of Bonita, has been named a special consultant on binational business, trade and investment at the law firm of Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps, according to Charles L. Hellerich, managing partner, Andere brings to the company an extensive international background, as well as an intimate knowledge of the Mexican investment climate. He previously served as advisor to Mexico's director of foreign investments in the Ministry of Commerce and Industrial Affairs. He was also personal secretary to the director of legal affairs of the Mexican Ministry of External Affairs. Andre holds a law degree from Iberoamericana University School of Law in Mexico City, as well as a master's degree in comparative law from the University of San Diego School of Law. He has taught, lectured and written extensively on Mexican law, politics and socioeconomics. The addition of Andere to Luce, Forward's International Trade Group enables the firm to assist clients in obtaining approval of Mexican investment and trade projects; establishing maquiladoras; securing financing in Mexico; and protecting intellectual property rights across the border. His presence also allows the company to help clients in complying with exchange control and fund transfer laws; securing judicial assistance,- including recognitioa and enforcement of U.S. judgments in Mexico; and estate planninjyn that country. The firm's International Trade Group also advises on customs law, exporting, immigration and tax matters. Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Three named to new jobs Rohr Industries has named three persons to new jobs recently, according to officials of the Chula Vista-based aerospace supply firm. Meade Detweiler has been named director of corporate safety and environmental affairs and is responsible for safety and industrial hygiene, environmental activities, and workers compensation. A native of Catasauqua, Penn. and now a resident of Rancho Penasquitos, Detweiler - joined Rohr in 1983. He earned his B.S. degree in education from Iowa State University. George Thornton, a Chula Vi?ta native who now lives in El Cajon, has-been promoted to director of master scheduling. Thorton, who joined Rohr in 1965, is responsible for establishing production schedules throughout the corporation. Dick Warters has been promoted to director of program management. Hej is responsible for Rohr's General Electric, McDonnell Douglas MD-1 1 pylon, quiet nacelle and 727 re-engining programs. An Allegany, N.Y. native who now lives in Chula Vista, Warters also joined Rohr in 1965. He earned his B.S. in aeronautical Engineering from Tri-State University in? Angola, Ind. Scripps is San Diego's oldest law firm and one of the city's largest, with more than 120 attorneys practicing in offices downtown and in the Golden Triangle. play without a long commute," Phelan said. :., He criticized what he termed "no growth extremists" who would severely curtail residential development. "I'm an advocate of continued carefully planned development, but we cannot and should not go into a panic mode and try to cut off future development. t ; "New freeways and freeway improvements, plus enhancements in public' transportation such as . extensions of the trolley may not be a total solution, but they'll help us hold the line' In addition to Phelan, other officers installed by the SDMBA were the vice president, Mary Jane Arthur of GMAC Mortgage; the secretary, Doug Hester of First Interstate Mortgage, the treasurer, Brian Stoffers of Coldwell Banker. 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