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Commercial Real Estate Makes Some Gains in the County

PROPERTY: South And North Counties See Industrial Demand

Conditions vary by neighborhood, but rising tenant and investor demand in an improving economy continues to move fundamentals generally in favor of commercial real estate landlords in San Diego County.

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Finding a Better Way

PROPERTY: The I-15 Corridor Gives Businesses Access to Favorable and Employee Friendly Locations

San Diego’s Interstate 15 corridor has quietly emerged as a major center of office leasing, office purchase and office development for numerous industries, due in part to the area’s relatively lower housing prices and easier commutes.

Council Repeals Approval of One Paseo Project

PROPERTY: Lightner Calls for Compromise On Less-Dense Version

San Diego City Council has voted unanimously to repeal its February approval of the controversial One Paseo mixed-use project in Carmel Valley, as developer Kilroy Realty Corp. and community opponents work out details on a scaled-down version that officials can review at a later date.

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Think Tank: Task Force Makes Strong Case

SPORTS: Chargers to Review the Options For $1.1B Stadium

A mayoral task force’s recently announced plan to finance a new $1.1 billion San Diego Chargers stadium makes a compelling case for the Mission Valley site, but raises questions regarding long-term maintenance costs, according to an analysis by National University System Institute for Policy Research.

Luxury Cinemas Try to Make You an Offer You Can’t Refuse

THEATER: Local Opening Part of Trend Of High-End Amenities

San Diego County movie theaters are increasingly going upscale, with operator Reading International Inc. joining the fray by converting its Carmel Mountain Ranch location to an affiliated luxury brand known as Angelika Film Center & Café.

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Project Blueprint Is Predominantly Green

PROPERTY: Development, Preservation Included in Plan

Carlsbad voters could eventually be deciding the fate of plans to turn 203 acres near Interstate 5 of former strawberry fields into an open-space preserve with retail elements.

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Bankers Hill Office Building Sells for $2.97M

Penhun Limited Partnership and the Cohen Family Trust recently purchased the Park West Square office property in Bankers Hill for approximately $2.97 million, according to brokerage company Marcus & Millichap Inc.

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Hillcrest Retail Building Sells for $2.38M

Ohio Street Villas Group LLC has purchased a Hillcrest retail building for approximately $2.38 million, with plans to renovate it for retail, restaurant and office uses, according to brokerage company Colliers International.

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Poway Hotel Property Sells for $4.5M

MNC Hospitality Inc. of Los Angeles has purchased the 43-room Best Western Country Inn hotel in Poway for $4.5 million, according to CoStar Group and public data.

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City Council Repeals Approval of One Paseo Project

San Diego City Council has voted unanimously to repeal its February approval of the controversial One Paseo mixed-use project in Carmel Valley, as developer Kilroy Realty Corp. and community opponents work out details on a scaled-down version that officials can review at a later date.

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