“The California Supreme Court has declined to hear an activist group’s lawsuit to block construction of One Broadway Plaza, a planned 37-story office tower near downtown Santa Ana,” according to the Voice of OC. The Coalition for Accountable Government Ethics (CAGE) had sued to stop developer Mile Harrah from proceeding with the project, arguing that
Mike Harrah can start building his One Broadway Plaza Tower now! “The 4th District Court of Appeal last week reversed an Orange County Superior Court ruling that had put a stop to the construction of One Broadway Plaza, a 37-story office tower in Santa Ana that voters approved in 2005,” according to the Voice of
Gustavo Arellano of the OC Weekly is reporting that Mike Harrah has found a company that will lease 50 percent of One Broadway Plaza clearing the way for him to begin construction on the building and thus punk the Usual Suspects making their recent court victory a moot point. You may remember that the 2005
A Superior court judge has sided with Santa Ana’s Usual Suspects, derailing the One Broadway Project development and forcing its developer, Mike Harrah, to return to the ballot box, according to the Voice of OC blog. The Santa Ana City Council amended the developer agreement last year, allowing Harrah to start the project without preleasing
The same reactionaries who sued Santa Ana over the Station District development, costing our taxpayers thousands of dollars in the process, are at it again – this time calling themselves the “Coalition for Accountable Government Ethics,” or CAGE. They are suing over the One Broadway Plaza tower – which is being developed by Mike Harrah.