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Riverview Project One Step Closer

  The Spokesamn-Review, Spokane, Wa, July 3rd, 2009 J. R. Watson & Associates in association with Hughes Investments of Newport Beach are one step closer to completion of a Washington-Idaho border master planned resort development. Developers of state border master-planned resort submit permit application with Spokane County This artist’s rendering shows RiverView, a proposed hotel...

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J. R. Watson & Associates Development Corporation Commended for Participation in Kaboom Playground Construction Efforts

San Bernardino, Ca, April 21st, 2008 J. R. Watson & Associates Development Corporation has been recognized for its participation in the construction of a “KaBoom” Playground in Lytle Creek Park, in San Bernardino, California. The Photo above commemorates the foundation of a Kaboom Playground in Lytle Creek Park through the donations of contributors including Watson...

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Rolling Out The Welcome Mat

Robert Rogers, Staff Writer SAN BERNARDINO — The look of a freeway exit can affect the way you view a community. That’s what Councilman Chas Kelley says. And that’s why he pushed hard to beautify the intersate 215 northbound off-ramp at University Parkway. There, crews are laying a river rock shouldr, dotted with larger boulders,...

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University digging in downtown

Art, classes part of initiative to boost city’s cultural profile Megan Blaney, Staff Writer SAN BERNARDINO — Cal State San Bernardino will soon be available in a “convenient downtown San Bernardino location.” That’s how the university’s College of Extended Learning is advertising its new location in the city Economic Development Agency building at 201 N....

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Pinnacle of Luxury

Reproduction of an article appearing in the Press-Enterprise Two decades ago, it looked like apartments and shoddy tract houses were going to be the future of Verdemont, the rural enclave on a sloping plateau below the San Bernardino Mountains in northernmost San Bernardino. The area just south of Verdemont, around Cal State San Bernardino, was...

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A Land Developer’s New Frontier: The Mind

Progress is often a funciton of flexibility. At first, the idea was to help improve test scores of schoolchildren. The thinking was that higher test scores at local schools could attract higher income workers and their families to live in the San Bernardino area. But as CSUSB administrators proposed creating a literacy institute to help...

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Article Highlights Celebration of Public Art Program funded by J. R. Watson & Associates Development Corporation $300,000 Grant

Nikki Cobb, Staff Writer SAN BERNARDINO — A model of a water sculpture that will be built at University and Northpark avenues was unveiled Wednesday by artist Elizabeth Newton as part of a collaboration among Cal State San Bernardino, developers Watson and Associates and the city. Photo Gallery: CSUSB Ceremony Photo Gallery: CSUSB Art The...

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Gala Event to Benefit CSUSB Tools for Education Campaign

Saturday, August 12th, 2006 The San Bernardino Sun and The Mountain News invite you to make a difference in Education. A “Wine Tasting and Gourmet Appetizer Gala” will be held at the Lake Arrowhead Country Club. The event will feature a large variety of wind and great food . A silent auction will be held...