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155 Fifth StreetDaily Grill Opened in Early January

The Daily Grill provides an ideal meeting place for office workers and residents of the surrounding communities.

Daily Grill Restaurant joins the distinguished roster of casual and fine dining establishments located along the Rosecrans corridor. Situated within Continental Park, the upscale eatery provides classic American grill fare.

Best known as a full-service restaurant featuring hearty portions of freshly prepared signature dishes, Daily Grill has become a popular dining destination with nine locations throughout Southern California.

"The South Bay had been a target location for several years," said Bob Spivak, president and chief executive of Los Angeles-based Grill Concepts, Inc. "We had been waiting for the right location and Continental Park is clearly the right spot for the Daily Grill. Upscale residential demographics and the proximity of entertainment and office buildings provide a dynamic opportunity."

Spivak says that the 7,000 square foot eatery features an exhibition-style kitchen, bar, private- and main-dining room, as well as an exterior patio and separate outside bar. "Good service is all about teambuilding between the kitchen and the front of the house. Our chef was trained by Daily Grill and came up through the ranks. Jim Snodgrass, who was formerly at the Palm Desert location, is the general manager."


President's Message:

I'd like to welcome to Continental Park the firms who have recently joined the prestigious roster of companies calling the Park home. Continental Park has been planned as a self-contained environment, where its occupants can enjoy an array of dining, entertainment and lifestyle amenities. As such, Continental Park has evolved to become the South Bay's most desirable business address. The Park's evolution will continue, but the importance we place on the fine people and businesses that we have the privilege to serve on a daily basis will never change. We appreciate your loyalty, and wish you continued success.


Richard C. Lundquist
President of Continental Development Corporation


Meet the Marketing Team


Pictured from left to right are: Bob Tarnofsky, director of Real Estate; Carol Sutor, director of Marketing; and Bob Inch, vice president of Marketing, who stand ready to service all leasing requirements in Continental Park.


With over 2.5 million square feet of space, Continental Park can accommodate space requirements ranging from as small as 750 square foot mini-suites, with shared kitchen and conference-room facilities, to full-floor and single-user buildings. Select opportunities still exist for retail and restaurant uses, as well.


El Segundo Educational Foundation Launches New Community-Giving Program

The El Segundo Educational Foundation (ESEF) approaches its 20th anniversary next year, and 2002 has the distinction of being the most successful year in the organization's history.

On February 25, 2002, the biennial fundraiser at McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant raised nearly $250,000, an all-time record for an ESEF event; the annual golf tournament in May was a resounding success; and the year culminated with the establishment of the "Superintendent's Roundtable" support group.

Since its forming in 1983, the El Segundo Educational Foundation
has donated more the $1.25 million to schools within the El Segundo Unified School District. Over the years, the foundation's charitable support has primarily funded technological and arts-related programs.

On October 24, the foundation launched a new community-giving program, the Superintendent's Roundtable. "The establishment of the Superintendent's Roundtable is the next logical step in the foundation's goal of ensuring sufficient funding of public education in El Segundo," says Richard Lundquist, chairman of the El Segundo Educational Foundation.

According to Lundquist, the Superintendent's Roundtable is composed of those individuals and businesses making annual donations to the foundation of $1,000 or more. "This significant level of community support will assist the foundation in helping to prepare young people for lifelong success by providing funds to supplement those that the school district receives from the state. It is planned that the infusion of this additional funding will help enable the local school district to provide a public education that is competitive with the best available."

Lundquist says that the foundation is seeking at least 200 individuals and businesses to join the Superintendent's Roundtable. Benefits of Superintendent's Roundtable membership will include invitations to two private events each year featuring briefings by the superintendent and special guest speakers, tickets to foundation events; recognition in the organization's annual report; and one-tee sponsorship at the annual Strokes of Genius golf tournament.

For additional information about the El Segundo Educational Foundation, please visit its Web site at www.elsegundousd.com/esef. To join the Superintendent's Roundtable, please call (310) 615-2650, ext. 329.


Pink's Famous Hot Dogs Is Pacific Theatre's Newest Blockbuster


Pictured (from L to R) are representatives from Pink's Hot Dogs: Robert Wolfe and his wife, Beverly Pink Wolfe and Gloria Pink; and Chris Walden from Pacific Theatres.

Pacific Theatres' Beach Cities-16 Cinemas is one of five exclusive locations within the theatre chain to serve the legendary Pink's Hot Dogs. Movie-goers are enjoying premium, all-beef, nine-inch stretch dogs topped with Pink's mouth-watering chili or traditional toppings of yellow mustard, raw onions and pickle relish, according to Chris Walden, operations manager for theatre chain's Beach Cities' location.

Well-known to native and long-time Angelenos, Pink's ranks as one of the most famous hot dog stands in the country. Located in Hollywood on Melrose at La Brea for more than 60 years, Pink's was founded by Paul Pink and it remains a family-owned business today.

"We believe that good food service and customer satisfaction are an important part of an enjoyable movie-going experience," says Walden. "Pink's shares our service and satisfaction philosophy and it is a great addition to our family. We've had terrific response from movie-goers, but our snack lobby is open to all guests at all times and anyone is welcome to come in and purchase a hot dog or other items."


Say 'hello' to the Property Management Team


Pictured, left to right, are: Ernie Poublon, Erin Albertson, Esther Sullins, Toni Reina, Veronica Lozano, Lianne Ibarra, Pamela Penwell and Jim Lanyon.

Continental Park's on-site property management team is staffed by five professionals and is led by Lianne Ibarra, director of Property Management for Continental Development Corporation. Continental's property managers include Esther Sullins, Toni Reina and Erin Albertson. The team also includes Pamela Penwell, who processes billings and property management payables, and Veronica Lozano, who is the friendly voice that fields calls for day-to-day services, follows up on various tenant requests and provides general clerical support.


Park Amenities Along the Rosecrans Corridor

Dining
Banyan Restaurant
Boston Market
Café Continental
Cozymel's Mexican Grill
Daily Grill
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse
& Wine Bar
Houstons
Jamba Juice
Johnny Rockets
Il Fornaio
Lido
McCormick & Schmick's
Seafood Restaurant
Noah's Bagels
P. F. Chang's China Bistro
Pachanga Grill
Paradise Creamery
Samurai Sam's
Quizno's
Starbucks
Subway
Taiko, Japanese Cuisine
Trimana

Entertainment
Pacific Theatres Beach Cities
16-cinemas

Retail Services
Auto Art Precision Detail
Ladera Travel Service
Murad 365 Total Body
Salon & Spa
Office Depot

Manhattan Gateway -

Barnes & Noble
Gateway Country
Old Navy
Pier One Imports
REI
Trader Joe's

Manhattan Village Mall -

Ann Taylor Loft
Bombay
Chico's
Express
Fry's Electronics
GAP/GAP Kids
Lerner New York
Macy's
Macy's Men's & Home
Pottery Barn
Pottery Barn Kids
Ralph's
Sav-on Drugs
Victoria's Secret
Williams-Sonoma

Manhattan Marketplace -
Manhattan Beach Animal
Hospital
Bristol Farms
Card de A
Cheri's
Cop-A-Tan
Cingular Wireles
Dorian's Beauty Supply
Eyedentity
Franklin Covey
The Haircutters
Helen's Cycles III
Imaginarium
Longs Drug Store
Martin's Jewelry
Nation's Travelstores
The Remedy Store
Scrappin' Blues
Sprint PCS
3-Day Blinds
Weight Watchers

Hotels

Manhattan Beach Marriott
Hotel (a 380-room hotel/resort)
Marriott Spring Hill Suites
(165 apartment style suites)
Marriott TownePlace
(158 rooms)
Summerfield Suites
(122 apartment style suites)

Fitness & Recreation
Manhattan Country Club
Marriott Golf Course (executive)
The Spectrum Club Sports
& Fitness Center
24-Hour Fitness

Other Services

TRW Credit Union
(open to Park tenants)
Unocal Credit Union
(open to Park tenants)
Transportation
Metro Rail Green Line Station
Within Walking Distance
Manhattan Beach Studios



Fursys Furniture Collections Featured Exclusively at Office Design Studio

Flexible office systems suitable to either corporate or home office environments

Art Voronkov and Miroslav Koutko, two Russian émigrés, formed a partnership after coming to America and gaining the national distributorship rights for Fursys, a well-known worldwide manufacturer for brand-name office furniture. Koutko was previously in the furniture business in Russia, where he was also a distributor for Fursys. Today, these two entrepreneurs are co-owners of Office Design Studio, a full-service contract office furniture dealership with a showroom that relocated to Continental Park in June.

"Continental Park has a prestigious address and it offers a much higher visibility than our former location. Our mission is to serve the South Bay's office furniture needs," says Voronkov. "We are also office design consultants, and our in-house Design department uses a CAD system to assist clients in planning various workspace environments."

Voronkov says his studio is not a retail store, but a firm focused on offering personalized service to small- and mid-sized businesses. At the same time, Office Design Studio is capable of handling office furniture projects of any size, according to Voronkov. "We're a local, one-stop source for high-quality office furnishings at affordable prices. Fursys is our exclusive line, but we also represent dozens of other quality national and international manufacturers. We can get access to most of the lines available on the market today. Our showroom is open to our clients, where they can evaluate the level of quality of products and services offered before making buying decisions."

Located at 2221 Rosecrans in Suite 103, Office Design Studio is offering businesses within Continen- tal Park free design services at no cost or obligation, as well as free delivery and installation, which can total 10% of an entire project.

According to Voronkov, Fursys is very popular in Europe. Its furniture collections include a wide-selection of panel systems; private office furniture executive desk systems and office chairs; standard office and computer desk systems and chairs; cabinets; lobby furniture such as sofas and sofa tables; conference systems; and mobile storage stacks. Interchangeable, compact pieces facilitate a variety of group environments such as hoteling/sales stations; training systems; team/open office systems; and collaborative/conference systems.

Manufactured in South Korea since 1983, Fursys is that country's most prominent furniture manufacturer.

For additional information about Office Design Studio,
please call (310) 725-9911 or (866) 9-STUDIO for toll free, or visit its Web site at www.officedesignstudio.com


Looking for Adventure or a Great Seat at the Next Raiders Game?

Ladera Travel offers great rates and experienced consultants


"Our client base is 30% business and 70% leisure," says Rita Koch, who owns Ladera Travel with her husband, Ron. With more than 30 years in the travel business, the Kochs have become specialists in group, senior, leisure, business and incentive travel.

"We're booking now for the Oakland Raiders games, and ski trips," she says. "We love working with groups, and can assist them
in planning golf trips and tours of museums and historical homes,
as well as adventure vacations or trips to Las Vegas. Ladera Travel
is a full-service travel agency and we're members of Vacation.com,
a travel consortium that offers low fares on airlines, hotels, car rentals, railways, tour and cruise rates."

Ladera Travel is located at 2141 Rosecrans Avenue, Suite1199 on the Plaza level. For additional information, or to plan a business trip or vacation, please call (310) 640-0527.


Chapman University Offers Start Dates Every 10 Weeks

Manhattan Beach campus features Associate, Bachelor's & Master's degree plus credential and certificate programs

Chapman University is one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in Southern California and is a leader in providing degree and certificate programs for working adults.

"Nearly 50% of Chapman University's students are adult learners," says Ladd Graham, campus director of the Manhattan Beach Campus of Chapman University College. "'University College' at Chapman University is the institution's name for the combined extension campuses across California. The Manhattan Beach campus offers programs in Social Sciences, Criminal Justice, Human Resources, Organizational Leadership, Education, and it has one of the strongest programs in Computer Information Systems serving local tech industries."

Graham explained that Chapman University College's
accelerated programs are designed to be friendly to adult learners who want to complete degrees or add new ones. "Students may apply at
any time and start the following term. Chapman University College

has created opportunities for students to achieve professional growth in a respected academic environment, while managing lives that are full of outside commitments."

Chapman University College has five sessions per calendar year and each is nine weeks long. These accelerated programs are taught during evening hours by professionally and academically accomplished faculty and they feature seminar-sized classes. Chapman University College is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and its teacher credentialing programs are approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.

Located in Continental Park at 1500 Rosecrans Avenue and immediately adjacent to Manhattan Market Place, the Manhattan Beach campus provides accelerated programs for adult learners seeking Associate, Bachelor's and Master's degrees, as well as credential and certificate programs.

To learn more about the programs at Chapman University College, visit its Web site at www.chapman.edu. For financial aid information, call toll free
(866) CHAPMAN, or email canton@chapman.edu.


The ATRIUM at Continental Park


2301 and 2321 Rosecrans Avenue, El Segundo, CA


Continental Park's on-site property management team is staffed by five professionals and is led by Lianne Ibarra, director of Property Management for Continental

Completed in the spring, 2002, this five-story, 288,421-square-foot office building, is a highly sought-after location for companies seeking new, Class "A" space and a prestigious address on the Rosecrans Corridor.
In addition to Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse
& Wine Bar, the roster of new tenants includes Buchanan Street Advisors, Countrywide Home
Loans, EGG Solution Optromics, Heineken USA, Purity Wholesale Grocers, Inc., Skematix Corpora-tion, Synopsys, United System Integrators and
Wurts & Associates.


Spectrum Club South Bay Spins into Fitness

Membership promotion underway



2301 and 2321 Rosecrans Avenue, El Segundo, CA


Last year, the South Bay's Spectrum Club underwent a multi-million-dollar expansion that increased the sports and fitness complex to 100,000 square feet and added $600,000 in new equipment.

Memberships at the facility are month-to-month, according to Carol Mendelsohn, regional director of marketing for Spectrum Clubs, who says that workers within Continental Park can join at a substantial savings.

"Regular memberships are $83 per month, but we're extending a special price of $66 per month to workers here at Continental Park," said Mendelsohn. "Our facilities are state-of-the-art; the best in the South Bay. The expansion doubled our fitness area and it allows us to offer over 150 group exercise classes per week."

An expanded cardiovascular center features over 100 pieces of computerized equipment. The new cardio area provides 53 LifeFitness Treadmills, one of the best traditional brands on the market that is a fully-featured, low impact and heavy duty model. There are also 30 Precor Elliptical Fitness Crosstrainers, the gold-standard of the industry.

The facility features a 12,000-square-foot weight training gym. "The strength training area was also expanded, and it includes Hammer Strength equipment, which is the world-leader in plate-loaded strength technology," says Mendelsohn.

A hallmark of Spectrum Club quality is its training staff. This style of training, once available only to elite athletes, provides rapid improvement in fitness and sports performance.

"We currently have over 35 full-time, degreed and/or certified personal trainers on our staff," says Dave Lieb, general manager of Spectrum Club South Bay. "They enjoy a tremendous reputation in the industry and are distinguished for their expertise in functional training."

In support of the functional training philosophy, says Lieb, members will discover a number of unique fitness tools and associated equipment such as balance and medicine balls, core-boards and Body-Blades'.

According to Mendelsohn, Spectrum Club doubled its number of studios and it now has six. "In addition to dedicated Pilates and Yoga Studios, our group exercise classes include cycling, cardio kickboxing, step and power pump, as well as some others."

Located in Continental Park at 2250 Park Place, Spectrum Club South Bay is one of 10 full-service health clubs located throughout Southern California.

For additional information about Spectrum Club South Bay and its class schedule, or to inquire about membership, please call (310) 643-6878 and ask to speak with a membership sales representative.




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