Two La Jolla properties are among 13 retail and office buildings acquired in a multistate, $86.6 million portfolio deal by an affiliate of New York- based Lone Star Americas Acquisitions LLC, according to CoStar Group and public data.
San Diego-based hospitality venue operator CH Projects plans to open a new Little Italy steakhouse called Born & Raised in late summer of 2016. The venue will debut at 1909 India St. after a $2.5 million renovation of the building that is currently underway.
San Diego-based Cypress Office Properties LLC has purchased the Willow Creek Corporate Center office building in Scripps Ranch for $19.75 million, according to brokerage company JLL.
Operators plan a July opening for a new museum now under construction in Miramar, honoring the late San Diego Padres Hall-of-Famer Tony Gwynn.
“Never say never,” Ingrid Croce said during a recent phone call when asked if she envisioned opening any more dining or music venues a few days after closing her Croce’s Park West in Bankers Hill.
PROPERTY: Tax Breaks Used to Provide Plots For Growing Produce
The city of San Diego is considering new property tax incentives designed to get fresh produce onto tables in neighborhoods underserved by grocery stores, farmers markets and other sources of healthful foods.
DEVELOPMENT: Leaders in Various Sectors Must Step Up
San Diego Chargers owner Dean Spanos recently announced his willingness to stay in town for at least 2016 and return to negotiations on a new local stadium, deemed by some as a key break in a months-long impasse between the team and government leaders.
PROPERTY: H.G. Fenton Plans Additional Facilities
Thanks to the newly opened microbrewer’s unusual space arrangements in Miramar, co-founder Mat Robar estimates that his eco-themed Pure Project has saved a lot of green in startup costs — at least $100,000 — and shaved six to 12 months off the traditional launch timetable for a craft beer maker.
Amazon Inc. has extended its Prime Now services in San Diego to include one-hour delivery of beer, wine and spirits, the Seattle-based company announced.
Teledyne Instruments Inc., which makes measurement and monitoring devices used in manufacturing, has signed a 10-year lease valued at more than $22 million for two buildings in Scripps Ranch, according to brokerage company CBRE Group Inc.