University to award Paul Amir honorary doctorate

The University of Haifa will award the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, honoris causa, to Mr. Paul Amir, businessman, philanthropist, and a leading figure in the Jewish community of Los Angeles, during the University’s 38th Meeting of the Board of Governors, which will take place on June 1-3. The honorary doctorate will be conferred upon… Read more »

You Say Tomato, Amir Development Says New 300k sf Tenant

Olam Tomato Processors Inc leased 298k sf of space at 1400 Churchill Downs Ave in Woodland, about 20 miles northwest of downtown Sacramento. Olam, a leading global supply chain manager and processor of agricultural products and food ingredients, will be consolidating and expanding from its existing 200k sf of warehouse space situated in three separate… Read more »

Tomato processor expanding, consolidating Woodland warehouse space

Olam Tomato Processors Inc., the second largest tomato processor in the state, is expanding its storage facility in Woodland by leasing nearly 300,000 square feet of warehouse space. Olam is expanding its warehousing operations, said Ken Reiff, managing partner with Cassidy Turley BT Commercial Cassidy Turley BT Commercial Latest from The Business Journals Oakland Tribune… Read more »

Americold announces opening of Salt Lake City UT warehouse

Americold Realty Trust announces the August 30, 2010, scheduled opening of its new Salt Lake City UT facility. Located at 1646 South 4490 West, this facility provides benefits including: •6.5 million cubic feet of convertible storage space •Fully racked with 21,000 pallet positions •Available storage temperatures ranging from –20 degrees to +55 degrees F •41… Read more »

Amir Development picks up 9 million square feet in West Sac, Woodland

TA Southern California investor has purchased 1.5 million square feet in Yolo County for the lowest price paid for industrial space in a long time — some say as much as two decades. The large size and low price of the deal mark a shift in the industrial market, as the financial gap begins to… Read more »

$45 million museum extension unveiled

The American Friends of Tel Aviv Museum of Art have unveiled a $45 million extension. The Herta and Paul Amir Building is slated for completion in 2009 in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of Tel Aviv’s founding. The new 195,000 sq. feet building will double the exhibition space. The six-level building was designed by American… Read more »