SDBJ SPECIAL REPORTS
As Title 24 continues to evolve and shape new building construction in California — the latest requirements went into effect July 1 — the complex and varied ownership structures and resident profiles in the multifamily world have made achieving sustainable energy and conservation practices far more challenging.
GREEN: As Costs Plummet, Noble Sees Growing Uses for Innovative Building Material
A San Diego based company has turned cardboard, dryer lint, paper — and occasionally even cow pies — into a building material that is lighter and more versatile than its wood, plastic and aluminum predecessors.
Austin-based iFly Holdings LLC has announced plans for a $10 million entertainment facility in Mission Valley, with high-powered wind tunnel systems providing an indoor skydiving experience.
PROPERTY: It Is Aiming to Meet LEED Gold Standards
Kilroy Realty Corp. of Los Angeles has begun construction on a new $45 million office building, which officials said is the first speculative construction in eight years in San Diego’s Del Mar Heights submarket.
TROPHY SPACE: Lack of New Inventory, Pressure on Costs Deter Movement
Need proof that commercial real estate has recovered from the worst of the Great Recession?
PROPERTY: National Investors Find Deals in San Diego Market
San Diego recently placed 24th in a global ranking of cities based on commercial property investment dollar volume for the year ending June 30.
Proximity-Beacon Systems Part of Promising Technology on Display at Verizon Ventures Meeting
As you make your way north on the crowded sidewalks of San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, your smartphone suddenly comes to life.
You could call it a camera, but its builder wants you to think bigger.
LEGAL: Tech Cos. Face Perils of Possible Lawsuits From Beginning to End
The innovative companies that make up San Diego County’s technology sector must tread carefully to avoid becoming the targets of intellectual property lawsuits.
Patent Rulings Will Discourage Lawsuits But May Also Impair Ability to Protect Innovations
Several recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions have made it more difficult for “patent trolls” to file frivolous lawsuits that accuse businesses of infringing on vague and broadly worded patents.
Dr. Allyson Handley is the newly appointed executive director of the Sanford Education Center, which launched Sept. 18 at National University.
MBA Schools Offer Specialty Degrees To Meet Evolving Business Demands
The MBA, first introduced in 1908, remains the go-to degree for successfully advancing through the ranks into the corporate suite.