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Building Up the East Village Vibe

PROPERTY: Colorful Apartments Get NoticedShift — the latest addition in downtown high rise apartment towers — was meant to stand out.

Chula Vista Industrial Building Sold For $2.2M

Building is on a one-acre site.

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Del Mar Mixed Use Project Sold For $27.5M

Renovations planned for Polo Plaza.

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Office Tenants Find Safety in Renewals

With office space at a premium in San Diego and rental rates rising, many companies are eager to renew their leases.

S.D. Firm Arranges Financing For Oregon Student Housing Project

Project serves the University of Oregon in Eugene.

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Developer Creates Model for Delivering Affordable Homes

HOUSING: Co. Controls All Costs, Taps Community Spirit for Projects

Building affordable, middle-wage homes in San Diego’s pricey real estate market takes patience, tenacity, and a commitment to improving the community.

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No Middle Ground in Multifamily

Middle-Wage Earners at the Mercy of A Continued Strong Market As Developers Mostly Deliver More High-End Units

Low vacancy rates are keeping the San Diego region’s multifamily market strong for real estate investors, but builders warn that not enough middle-wage units are being built to keep pace with population growth.

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S.D. Brokers Arrange $18.3M Loan For Arizona Project

Chandler project has 116 units.

Temecula Land Sale Brokered By Firm's North County Office

Property covers nearly 21.6 acres.

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S.D. Firm Buys Chicago Retail Space For $16M

Retail space is in a 35-story building.

La Mesa Senior Complex Is Part of $382M portfolio sale

The Montera was one of nine projects included in the sale

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National Avenue Apartments Sold For $2.7M

Complex has 15 apartments.

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Reshaping Old Town’s Office Inventory

When Adam “Ace” Moyer was looking for a new location for the Knockaround sunglasses company he formed in 2005, he found it in what had been a worn-out office building in San Diego’s Old Town.

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Kensington Center Sold For $5.5 million

Center has a mix of retail and apartments.

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Builders Try to Get Handle on Effects of Tariffs, Material Costs

As predicted, tariffs imposed on steel and aluminum imports from Canada, Mexico and the European Union are bedeviling San Diego contractors and developers.

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