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A partnership including New York-based DRA Advisors LLC and Cypress Office Properties LLC of San Diego has purchased a three-project office portfolio in Sorrento Mesa for approximately $40.1 million.
The future of San Diego County’s office park development — and redevelopment — could be a continued blurring of the lines traditionally separating offices from hotel, retail and other types of commercial projects.
Construction: Work On Commercial Buildings in And Near NYC Part of Mix
Locally based construction contractors, including T.B. Penick & Sons Inc., continue to capitalize on a steadily improving economy, largely by maintaining a diverse roster of projects that span well beyond San Diego County’s borders.
PROPERTY: $250 Million Mixed-Use Project Counts On Downtown Cachet
Zephyr Partners is counting on continued rising demand for residential units in downtown San Diego, with plans in the works for a $250 million mixed-use project with two high-rise condominium towers.
Retail Opportunity Investments Corp., also known as ROIC, has closed on an underwritten public offering of just over 14.3 million shares of common stock.
LISC San Diego, the Local Initiatives Support Corp., a nonprofit that uses government and philanthropic resources to help revitalize communities, provided a $2.25 million loan to the City Heights Community Development Corp. to purchase a 20-unit apartment building in the neighborhood.
General contractor Sundt Construction Inc., which has a regional office in San Diego, has been selected by Southwestern Community College District to manage construction of a new $15.3 million science building in National City.
Ninety-unit complex fetches $15 million.
The Escondido building is under lease for seven more years.
The San Diego-based construction management company continues its streak of being nationally ranked for revenue.
Poway, the aptly named “city in the country,” is home to some of San Diego County’s most spectacular luxury estates. Just 23 miles from downtown San Diego, it is truly world’s away when confronted with the views of the surrounding hillsides, and in some cases, out to the ocean.
Not enough young adults are leaving home to help kick-start the construction and financing sectors.
The San Diego Unified School District plans to lease property to charter school.
The property was fully leased.
The median price for a house sold in San Diego in May was $440,000, a bit higher than in April and considerably higher than a year ago.