May 2004
Orange County Business Journal;2004 Book of Lists, Vol. 27, p66
Presents a list of commercial developers ranked by square feet developed in Orange County, California in 2002. Opus West Corp.; Voit Development Co.; Trammel Crow Co.; Burke Real Estate Group.


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