TECH: From Building to Selling, Tech Tools Are Now a Must
Drones that help map buildings and property in a fraction of the time than it used to involve, and virtual reality systems that take people inside buildings still in the planning stages are among the technological innovations that are transforming commercial real estate.
Tijuana is heating up as a place for industrial companies looking to relocate or expand, according to a recent report by the commercial brokerage firm CBRE.
A vacant historic former retirement home and Catholic convent in La Mesa will be resurrected as a 130-unit apartment complex in a $40 million joint venture by Pathfinder Partners and Silvergate Development.
Expansion follows company's public market debut in February.
PROPERTY: East Village Site Maximizes Advantages
With the unassuming name of “Block D,” downtown San Diego’s newest office building might sound bland and generic. It’s far from the case.
At the easternmost edge of Encinitas, Lone Jack Road, the main road through the community of Olivenhain, hits a dead end. On the right, a tree-lined drive leads to an impressive iron gate with keypad access. Once the gate swings open, the road continues up the hill past large estate homes that were part of a development completed in 2001, to more custom estates on larger parcels at higher elevations.