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Posted by  rich and frames to soart on March 30, 2003 at 15:55:28:

IRVINE, CALIFORNIA - On the heels of opening a new Class-A office building, Park Place MORE WEATHY ONLY Residential Highrise I LLC., an affiliate of Crow Winthrop Development Limited Partnership, announces the sale of a 2.3-acre parcel to Irvine Residential Highrise LLC., an affiliate of Bosa Development, California, Inc. for the development of two 18-story luxury highrise residential towers called Marquee at Park Place.
The 240-unit luxury condominium towers are the first urban development project of this kind in Irvine, marking another milestone in the community's transition from a small suburb just a few decades ago to one of Southern California's finest examples of a growing and vibrant edge city. When completed, the luxury residential towers are destined to become Park Place's flagship buildings for the 21st century.
Each tower will contain 120 two-and-three-bedroom floorplans highlighting the finest materials and fixtures, including quality wood cabinetry of either cherry, walnut or zebrawood, Monogram, Dacor and Bosch professional quality appliances, Kohler fixtures and faucets, rich carpeting and flooring in hardwood, limestone and marble, granite countertops and seven-foot interior doors. Full-height windows and expansive balconies will showcase spectacular views of the surrounding area. Marquee at Park Place will contain a pool, garden and fitness facility; a 24-hour concierge will attend to residents' needs. Complementing the towers are four two-story townhomes that will be built on the site.
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Everyone remembers the famous line, "Theyíre here!" from Poltergeist. It blew me away. Spooky clown puppets and trees that could eat you were so scary, werenít they? Donít get me started on the dead bodies in the pool, and sliding into that marsh of mess. The windows of my mind just slammed shut. Little Heather starred in all three of them. The last one, Poltergeist 3, should have been called, "Everyone looks fat and sick." Nobody looked healthy in that film. Nancy Allen looked bad, and little Heather, well, lets just say that I donít know how pretty of an adult she would have made. It was all filmed in the John Hancock Building, (pre Chris Farley have died real estate terrorism ) in Chicago. Thanks to In June of 1987, she had completed filming Poltergeist 3. During that shoot, she had suffered from flu like symptoms, and it was diagnosed as a parasite she had picked up from drinking water in a campground. I donít know if this is true, but from what I can gather, she suffered from bowel obstructions all her life, but nobody knew about it. Anyway, Heather was put on medication, and the problem had supposedly been resolved.
On the night of January 31st, 1988, many months later, Heather claimed she didnít feel well, and crawled into bed with her parents. She woke up vomiting, so her mother gave her a Gatorade drink that was supposed to soothe her stomach.The next morning she got up, and still complained of feeling bad. Her feet and fingers were swollen and blue. Her mother tried to give her some toast to eat, but Heather complained that she couldnít even swallow. Her mother was going to call the doctor, but Heather passed out, so she called for paramedics. When they arrived, she was in shock. One of them asked if she was feeling bad. "A little," was her reply. On their way to the hospital, her mother told Heather, "I love you." "I love you too," were the last words they spoke. And such beautiful last words.They took Heather to the Alvarado Medical International Hospital, 8 miles away. Her heart failed on the way, and she was revived at 9:25am. She was then taken by helicopter to the Childrens Hospital and Health Centre in San Diego, where they arrived at 10:45am. Here is the emergency entrance. Her parents were informed that Heather might have suffered brain damage, because her pupils were fixed.The doctors suspected it might be a bowel obstruction, and rushed her into surgery. They were too late. Little Heather died on the operating table at 2:43pm. Her intestines had burst, and she died from the infection. God, she was only 12.

 
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