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Rosenthal Ranch Entrance


The early sixties brought about a continuation of Raleigh’s commercial development efforts with a focus on apartments.  The company designed, developed, and built a dozen 10-unit apartment buildings, and one 24-unit project, in the unincorporated part of Los Angeles County that would become the City of West Hollywood.  Raleigh also completed similar apartment projects in Culver City, Beverly Hills and in Los Angeles on Ardmore Avenue.

During this era, the Rosenthals and their team commenced the development and construction of multiple commercial projects, including:

  • A shopping center anchored by a Market Basket in Los Angeles at the intersection of Western and Franklin Avenues.
  • A grocery-anchored center, the SanFair, is located at Santa Monica Boulevard and Fairfax.
  • Two additional Food Giant-anchored centers in Long Beach and in Compton.
  • An Albertsons-anchored center in Altadena.
  • A bank building at the Lakewood Center for the Weingarten Group.
  • A Carol’s Restaurant project in West Covina.
  • An office building for Metropolitan Theaters on Third Street east of Robertson Boulevard.
  • A furniture and fabric showroom on Robertson Boulevard south of Third Street for the Maloof family.

The 1960’s also saw a continuation of residential luxury residential developments with the completion of two beachfront homes in Del Mar, California.  These lots were purchased from Charlie Chaplin’s brother.

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