A Carlsbad building used for shipping by FedEx was sold by Leonard Living Trust to Berdan Holdings, LLC for $24.5 million.
An eight-unit North Park apartment building sold for nearly $2.8 million, close to $350,000 per unit.
SmithGroupJJR, an integrated design firm, has begun offering mechanical and electrical engineering services in-house at its San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco offices.
A Texas Street apartment complex in North Park sold for nearly $2.8 million, about $350,000 per unit.
An Imperial Beach apartment building was sold by IB Properties, LLC of Coronado to Linton Dise Intervivos Trust, LLC of San Diego for $2.6 million.
The Cheesecake Factory is opening a new restaurant in Carlsbad in the Carlsbad Plaza South Shopping Center.
Quay Australia, a retail sunglasses company, has opened a shop at Westfield UTC.
A standalone crisis stabilization unit will be built on the Palomar Medical Center Escondido campus.
The European Commission might not complete its antitrust review of Qualcomm Inc.’s attempt to buy NXP Semiconductors N.V. until early 2018.
A cult classic. That’s what WD-40 Co. calls the four-wheel-drive vehicle it is upgrading and planning to auction for charity.
San Diego-based specialty retailer Petco Animal Supplies Inc. has acquired PupBox.
San Diego-based Guild Mortgage reported total loan volume of $4.4 billion in the third quarter of 2017.
General Atomics has acquired the majority of the assets of Englewood, Colorado-based Surrey Satellite Technology US LLC.
UC San Diego and UC Irvine Health are now on an integrated electronic medical records platform.
Qualcomm Inc. has rejected Broadcom Ltd.'s offer to buy the company.
In a joint venture with Montana Avenue Capital Partners, Goldman Sachs Asset Management Private Real Estate has acquired Centerpark Plaza in Sorrento Valley.
The FDA has approved Heron Therapeutic's Cinvanti, an injectable drug for the prevention of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
Weedguide has landed its first outside funding.
Brick and mortar store owners can take heart from a recent survey.
SmartCover Systems of Escondido received a $3.2 million contract to supply its manhole-mounted fluid level sensors to the San Antonio, Texas, sewer system.