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Home sales in San Diego increased in March, and the median price rose 4 percent from February to $427,000, according to Dataquick, the La Jolla real estate research firm.
HP Investors LLC of San Diego has purchased Miramar Square Shopping Center, in the city’s Miramar neighborhood, for approximately $12.5 million.
Three local companies may have Army construction work in their futures.
Work on the drywall portion of the $150 million, 45-story Pinnacle Towers apartment project in downtown San Diego has been stopped, after the California Contractors State License Board determined that a subcontractor was not properly licensed in the state.
A & D General Contracting Inc. of Santee recently completed a new $12 million armory building at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton near Oceanside.
Marathon Construction Co., a small business based in Lakeside, took a step toward receiving U.S. Navy construction contracts for work in the Pacific Northwest.
An investment entity recorded as 42nd Street Apartments LLC has purchased the 88-unit Forest Glen Condominiums in Oceanside for $14.2 million, according to brokerage company Marcus & Millichap Inc., which represented the buyer and seller.
Fairbanks Trail LLC of San Diego has purchased two Rancho Bernardo retail buildings for a total of approximately $4.6 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.
Regional officials have completed a new 2,000-foot Oceanside segment of the Coastal Rail Trail, a bikeway that will eventually span 44 miles from Oceanside to San Diego.
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San Diego’s Parallel Capital Partners Inc. has recently picked up some trophy office properties at what it considers bargain prices by historical standards. And it’s had plenty of company in the local market so far in 2014.
Petco Animal Supplies Inc. plans to establish a new headquarters and support center in Rancho Bernardo, as the San Diego-based retailer consolidates operations currently located at sites in Miramar and Scripps Ranch.
The newly expanded terminal and related upgrades at San Diego International Airport, completed last year in the $907 million Green Build project, have received Platinum certification in the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.
Investor QWN Ltd. of Hong Kong has purchased the leasehold on a La Jolla retail building housing CVS Pharmacy for approximately $8 million, according to brokerage company Lee & Associates, which represented the seller.
Five San Diego County construction companies stand to collectively gain up to $99 million in contracts over five years, following a decision by the U.S. Navy’s facilities command.
A Boston company has bought an office complex in Sorrento Mesa.