San Diego Business Journal


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$3.7 Million Card Room Project Underway in Chula Vista

Dempsey Construction Inc. of Carlsbad is at work on a $3.7 million renovation and expansion that will convert an existing property into the new location for Village Club Card Room casino in Chula Vista.

For a Luxury Ride, Hang Your Saddle at Hacienda Elegante

The featured home in this week’s column is in Fallbrook, right on the edge of Bonsall, just 10 minutes from the San Luis Rey Downs Training Center. The property, a horse lover’s dream, which the now retired horse breeder calls Hacienda Eleganté.

Vista Brewer Is Bringing Its Craft(s) to Mercado Del Barrio

Experts at a recent craft beer summit in North County pointed out that brewers from that region have some work to do when it comes to boosting their profile in places such as the city of San Diego, which has its own crowded contingent of beer makers running their own tasting rooms and brewpubs.

Biotech Property Deals Will Soon Surpass 2013

REAL ESTATE: Life Sciences Activity, IPOs Create Demand

A potent blend of initial public offerings, merger and acquisition activity and steady venture capital funding have made life-science properties the hot commodity in San Diego real estate leasing so far in 2014.

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Port of Commerce?

PROPERTY: Businesses Ready to Defend Turf as Port Shapes Its Big Picture

A view of the Port of San Diego from 10,000 feet shows a diverse place, with small businesses, heavy industry, hotels and restaurants, U.S. Navy installations, parks, wetlands, marinas, cargo terminals and more.

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Work Begins on $28 Million Science Building at Point Loma Nazarene

General contractor Rudolph and Sletten Inc. has begun site work for a new $28 million science building at Point Loma Nazarene University, with demolition of existing buildings underway on the San Diego campus.

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Encinitas Restaurant Building Sells for $6.5 Million

PS2 Pacific LLC of Solana Beach has purchased a vacant beachfront restaurant building in Encinitas for $6.5 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.

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Pathfinder Partners Buys Vista Retail Center for $7.35 Million

San Diego-based Pathfinder Partners LLC has purchased Breeze Hill Promenade, a three-building retail center in Vista, for $7.35 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.

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Two San Diego Apartment Properties Get New Owners

Del Coronado Villas LLC of Del Mar has acquired the 24-unit Coronado Villa Apartments in San Diego for $5.7 million.

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SR Commercial Buys Miramar Property Portfolio for $40 Million

Investment firm SR Commercial of Solana Beach has purchased a portfolio of 17 Miramar industrial and office buildings for $40 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.

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Oceanside Medical Office Building, Adjacent Lot Sold for $5.9 Million

Trollman Properties LLC of San Diego has purchased Oceanview Plaza, a medical office building in Oceanside, for approximately $5.9 million.

Affordable Housing Complex Aims to Serve Developmentally Disabled

Independence Point, a housing complex geared to families with a member who has developmental disabilities, broke ground on renovations of a site in Lincoln Park.

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Mark Riedy to Retire as Director of USD’s Burnham-Moores Center

Mark Riedy has announced his retirement as executive director of the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate at University of San Diego, with plans to leave the position in January.

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‘Tactical Urbanism’ Taking Hold in San Diego

Development: Concept Bringing Vacant Lots to Life

Slowly but noticeably, “tactical urbanism” is playing out in San Diego and other large cities where young people are flocking to high-density core neighborhoods in search of their desired quality of life.

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Renovation Realty to Expand to Bay Area

Renovation Realty, a San Diego company that renovates houses and then sells them without the owners paying up front construction costs, said it’s expanding to the Bay Area.