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  • Regency Centers Begins Construction on 109 KSF Retail Property Near L.A.

    Marking its second California development project of the year, Regency Centers has commenced construction on South Bay Village, a 109,300-square-foot neighborhood shopping center in Torrance, 19 miles outside of downtown Los Angeles. The retail property developer will invest $30 million in the project.

    West 22 March 2012 15:50

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