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amy taxin • california • marie murillo • marlo jo fisher • masonic temple @ 505 north sycamore street santa ana ca united states • membership • orange county register • real estate
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Apr 13, 2006
Church of Scientology to buy Santa Ana landmark building — Orange County Register
Type: Press
Author(s): Marlo Jo Fisher, Amy Taxin
Source: Orange County Register
The Church of Scientology is buying Santa Ana's former Masonic Temple. SANTA ANA - Developer Mike Harrah is selling Santa Ana's historic downtown Masonic Temple, which he spent millions restoring as a performing-arts center, to the Church of Scientology. The sale has drawn the ire of some historic preservationists. The building is one of four that Harrah said he's selling to raise money to build his high-rise tower downtown. Church spokeswoman Marie Murillo said the building is being purchased for an ...
Apr 12, 2006
Historic Santa Ana building sold to Scientologists — Orange County Register
Type: Press
Author(s): Marlo Jo Fisher, Amy Taxin
Source: Orange County Register
Santa Ana — The Church of Scientology is purchasing the 75-year-old historic Masonic Temple in downtown Santa Ana from entrepreneur Mike Harrah, both sides confirmed today. Escrow should close “within a week or so,” church spokeswoman Marie Murillo said. She declined to say how much the church will pay for the structure, which was restored several years ago and has been serving as a performing arts center. Harrah, who had previously denied he was selling it to the church, said he ...
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