SDBJ SPECIAL REPORTS
The ballots have been cast, but the results won’t be announced for another month.
TRANSPORTATION: Initiatives Range From App To Underground Garages
As downtown welcomes more mixed-use projects that bring with them more residents, more consumers and more businesses, there remains a daunting challenge: finding a place for all those people to park.
PROPERTY: Millennials Keep Coming; Hope Is for More Businesses to Follow
The post-recession recovery will be palpable in downtown San Diego starting later this year, as hundreds of new apartments hit the market with the completion of several big projects.
Improving Economy Prompts Companies to Expand, Build or Buy
San Diego County banks are eagerly looking for borrowers in what’s become a highly competitive market.
WORKFORCE: CFO Leverages Connections With SDSU, UCSD, USD
In addition to having a reputation for making quality musical instruments, Taylor Guitars is known as a local company that has successfully embraced an international business strategy.
Local Universities Expand International Programs to Meet Growing Demand
As U.S. companies increasingly compete for international trade, local universities are ramping up their efforts to prepare their business students to meet the challenge.
MEDICINE: Health Record Systems Have Many Vulnerable Points
As patient information begins to flow electronically from hospitals to clinics, health care providers and patients are increasingly at risk of being targeted by hackers and criminals.
MEDICINE: Providers Look For Secure, Effective Ways To Share Medical Records
Imagine a health care system with a central hub that collects all of a patient’s information: lab reports, allergies, prescriptions, doctor’s notes, sensitivities, and all the diet, exercise and lifestyle data collected by wearable and medical devices.
The upcoming exit by the U.S. General Services Administration from a downtown San Diego office tower could be cause for at least some temporary nervousness for the building’s owners and investors.
WORKSPACE: Retrofits Growing in Popularity To Attract, Retain Tenants
Now that the economy is improving, owners of older commercial buildings in San Diego County are looking for ways to make their properties more attractive to tenants.
HOUSING: Downtown Land-Use Constraints Drive Creative Approaches
During the worst days of the recession, there was little work for San Diego architects, but that has changed in recent months, leading some firms to begin hiring in preparation for a busy year ahead.
With New Construction Sluggish, Improving Economy Leads to Absorption, Higher Rents
Health care and education not only continued to fuel much of the San Diego region’s innovation economy in 2014, but they also were the primary drivers of big new construction projects.