Marketing Releases

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Southern California (Commercial)

Sunnymead Plaza – Sunnymead, CA Redevelopment project, 46 condominiums planned by Watson. Sold to Prime West, Inc. Completed 1990. Perris & I-60 – Moreno Valley , CA 2 acre development including McDonalds, Wendy’s, Del Taco, The Inn (motel), Long John Silver and Home Furnishing Center. Completed 1989. Tyler Home Center – Riverside, CA Redevelopment project,...

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Southern California (Residential)

Primrose Condominiums – Huntington Park, CA Redevelopment project, 46 condominiums planned by Watson. Sold to Prime West, Inc. Completed 1990. Middleton Apartments – Huntington Park, CA Rehabilitation of 22 Unit apartment complex in Huntington Park. 60-year-old structure, retained the classic Spanish architecture. Gateway Residential – Pico Rivera, CA Redevelopment project. 34 single family residences. Completed...

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Oregon / Washington (Commercial)

Northtown Plaza – Spokane, WA Retail shops. Total 14,802 sq. ft. of G.L.A. Completed in 1992 Fairwood Shopping Center – Spokane, WA 60,000 sq. ft. of shops. Approximately 105,000 sq. ft. of G.L.A. Completed 1974 Tolman Creek Plaza – Ashland, OR 11.5-acre development. Albertson’s Market approximately 43,526 sq. ft., Pay Less Drug Store, 31,546 sq....

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Idaho (Residential)

Prairie Meadows – Post Falls, ID 135 acres. 173 Residential Subdivision lots averaging 26,000 sq. ft. per lot. Project sold. Waterfront Residential – Post Falls, ID 5.3-acre site on Spokane River, subdivided into three lots. Infrastructure completed, lots sold. Woodbridge Residential – Post Falls, ID 270 single family homes. Completed in 2005. Part of Expo.

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Central California (Commercial)

Hoover Market Place – Fresno, CA 9 acre development including Albertson’s Market 42,620 sq. ft. and 38,070 sq. ft. of shops. Completed 1992. 17,000 sq. ft. pad to be completed. 98,000 sq. ft of G.L.A. Ridgecrest Plaza – Ridgecrest, CA Safeway, Thrifty, Sprouse-Reitz, Colony Kitchen; 16,000 sq. ft. of shops. Approximately 82,000 sq. ft of...

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Public Arts Project Unveiled in San Bernardino

Cooperative efforts by San Bernardino community leaders, staff and students of Cal State San Bernardino’s Art Department, and the Financial backing and support of Jim & Judy Watson has led to Public Art in San Bernardino’s Chancellor’s Park. Click here to read the San Bernardino Sun article and view the artwork.