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Two Vista industrial properties recently changed hands in separate deals, including Carlsbad-based First Driftwood Trust’s purchase of a 24,400-square-foot facility for $3.9 million.
CT Realty of Aliso Viejo has purchased a Poway industrial building housing the headquarters of Cohu Inc. for approximately $34 million, according to brokerage company CBRE Group Inc.
San Diego-based The Hampstead Cos. has acquired two apartment properties in Columbia, S.C., totaling 388 units for approximately $10.1 million.
Financing and land transactions were recently completed for three previously announced projects in downtown San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood, according to brokers and developers.
Cypress Santa Ana LLC of Orange County has acquired the 44-unit Helix Square apartment property in Spring Valley for $6.9 million, according to brokerage company Marcus & Millichap.
The American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) San Diego chapter announced its 2016 board of directors, with Daniel Stewart from RJC Architects Inc. being named the group's new president.
A survey released Wednesday showed that 74 percent of California contractors expect to increase their headcount, but continue to have a hard time finding qualified workers.
Carlsbad-based Dickinson Cameron Construction recently promoted two executives to vice president roles: Ron Gordines and Maryam Samady.
Focus Real Estate Services LLC has purchased an Oceanside retail property for approximately $11.5 million, according to brokerage company Colliers International.
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College student housing has graduated from its former niche status within U.S. apartment investing, as large buy-and-hold institutional players plow capital into the sector in pursuit of steady income.
Consolidation and broker affiliation switches have become the norm in the commercial real estate brokerage business, and 2016 has appropriately begun with key changes impacting one firm’s San Diego operations.
A walk along the tree-lined sidewalks of the meandering streets in Mission Hills is like going back in time. Close your eyes for a moment and you might think you hear the sound of a streetcar rattling up the hill.
A buyer recorded as ALTA 1919 Holdings LLC has purchased a multi-family-zoned land parcel in downtown San Diego for $15 million, according to brokerage company Colliers International.
Investors Lawrence and Laura Cohen have purchased the 25-unit Hillsborough Apartments in Oceanside for $4.75 million, in an all-cash deal, according to brokerage company ACRE Investment Real Estate Services.
Santa Barbara-based Highland Partners has acquired the 151-unit Southern Highlands senior apartment complex in National City for $14.9 million, according to brokerage company Sperry Van Ness Asset Advisory Group.