ECONOMY: ‘Returns’ Also Expected on Philanthropy
When considering the wealthiest people in San Diego, a few names easily come to mind: T. Denny Sanford, Irwin Jacobs, Malin Burnham, Ernest Rady. After all, their names are affixed to lecture halls, civic buildings and research institutes across the Torrey Pines Mesa.
Employee-Focused Work Space Now a Table Stake, Not a Differentiator
Game rooms, funky art installations and even micro-brewery bars are popping up faster than ever in offices around San Diego County. The reason?
FINANCE: Online Lenders Offer Fast Cash at a Price
For the husband-and-wife team behind Kindred Bravely, an Oceanside-based e-commerce retailer of maternity clothing, it was their business success — not their struggles — that prompted them to turn to a well-known online lender.
Home-Grown Leadership Looking to Share And Support S.D.’s Entrepreneurial Spirit
Acraft beer entrepreneur, a real estate investor and a philanthropist walk into … a bank?
Rising Markets Fail to Draw Many Local Newcomers into Public Arena
If past is precedent, 2017 appears to be a good year for local companies looking to raise more capital through an initial public offering.
$9.7M Building Restoration Had to Meet The Approval of Stakeholders, Regulators
The project of reviving the Salk Institute — the structure completed in 1965 on a canyon near the La Jolla cliffs — goes on much like any other major project in its labs. The process is methodical, scientific and well thought-out.
PROPERTY: Sails Pavilion Floor Replaced; Work Set for Its Roof
The San Diego Convention Center is a hardworking building. Many sets of feet have trampled its carpets since it first opened in 1989.
PROPERTY: Makeover Opens More Space, Brings In Light of La Jolla Sunshine
Aventine is more than the name given to the quirky, mixed-use complex near UC San Diego.
Port of Entry Expansion Slated To Continue
President Donald Trump’s plan to build a 2,000-mile-long wall along the U.S.-Mexico border has hit a wall of its own in terms of funding support from Congress.
Commercial District Looks to Create a Destination, Identity in Busy Border Area
As work chugs along on more than $740 million in federal improvements at the San Ysidro crossing between the U.S. and Mexico, business owners such as Sunil Gakhreja wonder whether the traffic-streamlining benefits might spread two blocks north to the border town’s older commercial district.
Excerpts from midpoint 2017 assessments from local experts in the office segment:
Excerpts from midpoint 2017 assessments from local experts in the retail segment: