Shopping Centers

  • JL Gateway

    Thorofare Asset Based Lending Fund III, et al vs. JL Gateway LLC, et al
    Action No. RG17847232
    Superior Court, County of Alameda, Judge Robert McGuiness
    2017:     Receiver appointed to manage and operate JL Gateway, LLC a 58,000 square foot shopping center with a 7,000 square foot McDonald's franchise and a Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise along with excess land of 58,000 square feet.


  • FBB REO LLC vs Athan P. Magganas, Edel Magganas, Dimitri Magganas

    Action No. C11-01962
    Super Court , County of Contra Costa - Judge Judith S. Craddick
    2011:  Appointed Receiver to manage and operate 33,000 sq. ft. retail strip center and office building located at 50 Sand Creek Road in Brentwood, California.  Extensive fire sprinkler system certification work and repair.  The Receiver engaged a broker to lease the property.


  • GE Commercial Finance Business Property Corp. vs Shasta Gilmour LLC

    Action No. 65110
    Superior Court, County of Tehama - Judge Richard Scheuler
    2011: 
    Appointed Receiver for 10 Gilmore Road in Red Bluff, California which consists of a single story 8,000 square foot neighborhood strip center consisting of three separate units.  Two of the three units are occupied by quality tenants with the third, previously a bank location, vacant.  The Receiver engaged a broker to lease and/or sell the property.  The Receiver completed and billed for the CAM (Common Area Maintenance) reconciliation.


  • GECC vs. Walker

    Action No. S-CV-27386
    Superior Court, County of Placer - Judge Charles Wachob
    2010:  The Receiver was appointed to preserve, maintain and sell the vacant 4,420 square feet office building located at 680 Sunrise Avenue in Roseville, California.  A broker was engaged to actively market and sell the property subject to court approval.  The Receiver engaged a real estate broker to list the property for sale.


  • Cathay Bank vs. Cecil Cheng, Tsau Y. Ho, Mei Y. Ho, Edmund G. Chen

    Action No.  34-2009-00066861
    Superior Court, County of Sacramento - Judge Loren E. McMaster
    2010:  Appointed Receiver for a 67,385 square foot neighborhood retail center located at 4909 Auburn Blvd. in Sacramento, California.  Review of tenant imrpovement work completed on grocery store.


  • Istar FM Loans LLC vs OPT Golden Hills VAC LLC

    Action No.: FCS034795
    Superior Court, County of Solano - Judge Harry Kinnicutt
    2010: Appointed Receiver of a shopping center with 54,000 square feet of retail space.  Negotiated a Letter of Intent with Subway during the Receivership action.


  • GECC vs. Elk Grove & I5, LLC

    Action No. 34-2008-00025756
    Superior Court, County of Sacramento - Judge ShelleyAnne W.L. Chang
    2008: Receiver of an 80,500 square foot shopping center located in Elk Grove, California.  Extensive work on tenant improvements through an existing construction loan requiring preparation of construction loan draw packages for submittal, approval and receipt of funds.  Accounting review of construction loan funding for a one to two year period.


  • Marriage of Petitioner: Ann Marie Meagher and Respondent: Malekpour Maleki

    Action No. FL 022262
    Superior Court, County of Marin
    2002: Receiver appointed to manage and operate real estate assets pending litigation.  The assets included a 26,185 square foot shopping center in San Leandro, California and a 16,955 square foot shopping center in LaBrea, California.  There are also six vacant parcels of land and a single-family home in Daly City.


  • Yasuda Bank and Trust Company (U.S.A.) vs. Arisim/La Caze Vallejo Plaza Associates

    Action No. L 005058
    Superior Court, Solano County - Judge Dwight C. Ely
    1995: Oversight and management of a 330,000 square foot shopping center, known as Vallejo Plaza, located in Vallejo, California; negotiation of lease for 50,000 square foot grocery store; oversight of tenant improvement buildout of $850,000; and supervision of on-site property manager.


  • Expert Witness for the Cambrian Plaza Shopping Center Litigation

    San Jose, California
    Analysis of a 175,000 square-foot shopping center's historical trends from 1955 to present and fiduciary duties of the Trustees.