PROPERTY: 90,000 Square Feet Planned
After several false starts, a redesigned retail portion of San Elijo Hills Town Center that will include the final pieces of the more than 3,500-home community covering 1,920 acres in southwest San Marcos is nearing completion.
Carlsbad-based coworking company signed a lease to open a new space in Washington D.C. It's the fourth lease the company has signed so far this year.
The 42,646 square-foot Tri-City Crossroads building at 3817 Plaza Drive was bought and sold by private investors who were not identified.
Property: Developer, Church Devise Bankers Hill Project
After years of planning and a few false starts, St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral has made a deal to redevelop property it owns in Bankers Hill into apartments and new church offices.
SUSTAINABILITY: Energy Usage Data Will Decide Optimal Charge, And Discharge Times
San Diego International Airport has become the first airport in the United States to install a battery energy storage system.
A Lack of Supply and Many Aging Properties Make Sector a Good Bet
Stos Partners, a commercial real estate investment and management firm based in Encinitas, has gone on a buying spree that underscores the health of the industrial real estate market.
Cottages Are Rentable Units As Well as Design Elements To Complement Buildings
A North Park apartment project that blends 1920s cottages with sleek new structures overlooking Florida Canyon is on schedule to be finished in mid-July by Wright Management.
CONSTRUCTION: Crafting This Learning Environment Called for Creative Touches
A drab, run-of-the-mill Kearny Mesa office building has been transformed into a magical land of airplanes and spacecraft in a school that’s carefully designed to meet the special needs of autistic children.
TOURISM: $300M in Bonds to Be Sold By Joint Powers Authority
With a key permit at long last in hand, the developer of a $1.1 billion resort and hotel on Chula Vista’s bay front along with Chula Vista and Port of San Diego officials say they’re ready to move ahead with financing the project.
Spring Valley Site to Have Nearby Park and Single-Family Housing Development
San Diego developer Doug Wilson is looking for someone to step in and take over a Spring Valley townhome development he’s been working on since acquiring the land in 2014.
According to a press release, the 2019 bonds, or Notes, are expected to be issued in a privately placed securitization transaction.