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New Program’s Aim: Brace Region for Golden Triangle Construction Impacts

The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) has joined with city and other government leaders to form a new information program coordinating nearly 50 major development projects in the city’s highly trafficked Golden Triangle area.

By Lou Hirsh July 26, 2017 4:15 p.m. share »

SDSU Offers New Options for Qualcomm Stadium Site

San Diego State University has presented city officials with a mixed-use vision for the current Qualcomm Stadium site, including a new multi-use stadium for Aztec football and other potential sports partners, seating 35,000 to 40,000.

By Lou Hirsh July 26, 2017 12:02 p.m. share »
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East County Medical Office Building Fetches $33 Million

Two large East Coast investment firms have entered East County’s medical office real estate market.

By Lou Hirsh July 25, 2017 3:36 p.m. share »

Condor Airlines Won’t Extend Local Flights to Frankfurt Beyond 2017

German carrier Condor Airlines has informed San Diego airport officials that its first season of direct local flights to Frankfurt will be its last, though no specific explanation was provided.

By Lou Hirsh July 25, 2017 11:24 a.m. share »

Intoxicating Milkshakes on Menu

Hundred Proof, a bar-restaurant with a menu that includes burgers and “boozy milkshakes,” recently opened at 4130 Park Blvd. in San Diego’s University Heights neighborhood. It is a new concept from the team behind the nearby Trust restaurant, led by partners Steve Schwob and Executive Chef Brad Wise.

By Lou Hirsh July 25, 2017 9 a.m. share »
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Continued Tightening In Office, Industrial Markets

The San Diego Business Journal in August will have its next quarterly special report examining the region’s commercial real estate trends in depth. But the first official brokerage company data trickling in for 2017’s second quarter suggest that conditions favoring landlords still reign in the office and industrial categories.

By Lou Hirsh July 25, 2017 8:58 a.m. share »
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Project Progress: A Go-Ahead, A Start and a Completion

San Diego port district officials recently gave the green light for demolition of the beloved waterfront restaurant mainstay Anthony’s Fish Grotto, which closed earlier this year, to make way for Brigantine Inc.’s $20 million, multivenue dining project called Portside Pier at 1360 N. Harbor Drive.

By Lou Hirsh July 25, 2017 8:56 a.m. share »
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Grocery Gambit Won’t Disrupt S.D. Scene, Yet

Amazon Inc. is steadily growing its footprint in San Diego County, but it could take a while for the e-commerce giant to turn its recent acquisition of Whole Foods Market into a significant contributor to its fresh-food deliveries in the region’s highly competitive local grocery climate.

By Lou Hirsh July 25, 2017 8:07 a.m. share »
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San Diego Apartments Sold for $2.1 Million

San Diego investors John Lopez and Cheryl Lopez have acquired an 8-unit apartment property in the city’s Normal Heights neighborhood for $2.1 million, according to brokerage firm ACRE Investment Real Estate Services.

By Lou Hirsh July 24, 2017 4:05 p.m. share »
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Pacific Beach Apartment Property Sold for $2.34 Million

Underwood Family Trust of Encinitas has acquired a four-unit apartment property in San Diego’s Pacific Beach neighborhood for $2.34 million, according to brokerage firm Palma Commercial.

By Lou Hirsh July 24, 2017 4:02 p.m. share »

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