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City Approves $91.3 Million Deal to Acquire Downtown Office Tower

San Diego City Council has approved a 20-year, $91.3 million lease-to-own deal, in which the city will eventually acquire the downtown San Diego office building known as Civic Center Plaza.

By Lou Hirsh January 27, 2015 11:21 a.m.   Share

The Bridges a Stunning Link to Community, Nature and Style

Recently, I was treated to a tour of The Bridges at Rancho Santa Fe by Bob Jackson, who is the director of real estate for the 540-acre exclusive enclave.

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Relocations Add Layer of Complexity to Property Renovation

PROPERTY: Affordable Housing Project’s Costs Likely to Top $50M

Chelsea Investment Corp. has acquired and developed dozens of affordable housing projects since its 1992 founding, including several senior-focused apartment projects in San Diego County.

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Manufacturing Strength Lifts Industrial Rents

PROPERTY: Space Absorption Highest It’s Been Since 2006

When San Diego-based Westcore Properties recently paid $17 million for a large industrial building on the grounds of March Air Reserve Base near Riverside, it was betting on continued recovery in 2015 for Southern California’s overall manufacturing-and-distribution climate.

DTZ Shakes up L.A. Staff, Says No Changes Planned in San Diego

Fallout from the year-end purchase of real estate brokerage Cassidy Turley by an affiliate of DTZ Investment Holdings has hit Los Angeles.

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Rudolph and Sletten Gets $78 Million Contract for Outpatient Pavilion

The San Diego office of general contractor Rudolph and Sletten Inc. has been awarded a $78 million preliminary contract to begin work on a new outpatient pavilion for UC San Diego Health Services in La Jolla.

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7 Kearny Mesa Properties Part of $4.28 Billion Auto Dealer Building Deal

Seven Kearny Mesa properties are among 324 auto dealership buildings nationwide recently acquired by New York-based Brookfield Property Partners LP in a $4.28 billion portfolio deal, according to CoStar Group and the buyer.

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County’s Future Construction Dollar Value Rose 13 Percent in 2014

The value of San Diego County’s contracts for future construction rose 13 percent in 2014 from the prior year, topping $3.9 billion, according to the latest figures from Dodge Data & Analytics, formerly McGraw-Hill Construction.

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Carlsbad Industrial Property Sold for $5.72 Million

Heitman Holdings Inc. of Anaheim is the new owner of a Carlsbad industrial building housing Oceanside Glasstile. The property at 2293 Cosmos Ct. was purchased for approximately $5.72 million, according to CoStar Group.

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Vista Retail Center Sold for $7.5 Million

A buyer recorded as Los Altos XV LP of Anaheim has acquired Vista Retail Center in Vista for $7.5 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.

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San Marcos Apartment Property Sold for $27 Million

Alva Gardens LP of San Diego has purchased the 108-unit Alta San Marcos apartment property in San Marcos for $27 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.

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Bankers Hill Site of Planned Condos Sells for $12.15 Million

An affiliate of San Diego development firm Zephyr Partners has acquired a Bankers Hill land parcel for $12.15 million, with plans to develop an upscale high-rise condominium project, according to brokerage company Colliers International, which represented the seller.

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Rexford Buys Miramar Industrial Buildings for $18.4 Million

Los Angeles-based Rexford Industrial Realty Inc. has purchased a complex of five Miramar industrial buildings for $18.4 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.

Federal Agencies Are Leaving Downtown Office Building

The upcoming exit by the U.S. General Services Administration from a downtown San Diego office tower could be cause for at least some temporary nervousness for the building’s owners and investors.

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Repositioning Gives New Life to Older Commercial Properties

WORKSPACE: Retrofits Growing in Popularity To Attract, Retain Tenants

Now that the economy is improving, owners of older commercial buildings in San Diego County are looking for ways to make their properties more attractive to tenants.