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Number of Renters Reaches Record Highs

Reasons Include Debt, Demographics And, Sometimes, ChoiceAs the second decade of the 21st century comes to an end, the profile of the San Diego County housing market has shifted significantly over the past decade, according to a report from a national real estate listing company.

Developers Have High Hopes for Bluff Project

PROPERTY: Hotel Plan Requires Zoning Change

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North Park Apartments Sold For $61.6M

Complex was finished in 2018

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El Cajon Industrial Building Sold For $15.9M

Building is in the Gillespie Field Business Park

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Normal Heights Complex Sold For $15.8M

Complex has 44 apartments

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Mid-Income Renters Find Downtown Option

PROPERTY: $61 Million Apartment Tower Uses Parking Exemption

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Demand for Office Space Is High and Likely to Remain So

Vacancy Rate Is at 14-Year Low of 11.2%

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San Diego Firm Buys Seattle Apartments For $90M

Complex has 401 apartments

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San Marcos Office Building Sold For $7.1M

Building has multiple tenants

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Sorrento Plaza Sold For $9m

Center was fully leased

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New $15M ED Gives Alvarado Hospital More Healing Powers

New Addition Is an Accredited Geriatric Emergency Department

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330 Cedros Is an Inspired Mixed-Use Addition

PROPERTY: The $25.5 Million Project Is in Process of Leasing

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Barrio Logan Parking Lot Bought For $26.5M

Property is beneath the Coronado Bridge

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Settlement Reached In Horton Plaza Lawsuit

Redevelopment project to proceed

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Pathfinder Partners Acquires Phoenix Apartments For $8.4M

Complex has 60 apartments

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