Ray Huard

Reporter

Email: rhuard@sdbj.com
Phone: 858-277-8904

Recent Stories

San Diego Firm Buys Silicon Valley Research Buildings

Improvements planned for two-building complex

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Shoreham Place Building Sold For $6.8M

Law firm relocating from downtown

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Affordable Housing Adds to Civita’s Mix

PROPERTY: Plans Eventually Call for 4,700 Residences

Seven years ago, Sudberry Properties said it would take 10 to 15 years to transform a 230-acre former Mission Valley rock quarry into a master-planned community that would set the tone for what the future of San Diego could look like.

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Developer Plans Vibrant Mixed-Use Project for Del Mar

PROPERTY: Mixed-Use To be Transition Between Biz and Residential Areas

A vacant lot that was once a gas station, then a failed commercial development at the southern edge of Del Mar’s business district would become a mix of offices, retail shops, a possible restaurant and condominiums under a new proposal.

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Developers Follow The Demographic With Senior Housing

San Diego County developers are leading a national trend to build housing for senior citizens who need some level of care.

Construction Co. Returning To School for 3 Projects

BNBuilders has been tapped as the construction manager and general contractor on three renovation projects at the University of California San Diego totaling $17.1 million.

Real Estate Investors Send S.D. Market Up in Rankings

San Diego CountSan Diego County is becoming ever more popular as a place for real estate investors to put their money, ranked as one of the top markets for industrial, multifamily, office and retail investment by the commercial brokerage firm CBRE.

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Three San Diego Apartment Buildings Sold For $5M

Complexes were built in the 1970's

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Developer’s Affordable Housing Projects to Fill Crucial Need

PROPERTY: Shortfall Of Affordable Homes Said to Be 142,000

San Diego County’s supply of affordable housing is about to get a big boost through new construction and renovation projects planned by the nonprofit developer National Community Renaissance.

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Office Space At A Premium

PROPERTY: Submarkets See Big Rental Rebound as Demand Heats Up Market

New construction, a thriving economy, rising construction costs and low vacancy rates have pushed office rental rates ever higher throughout much of San Diego County since 2010, when rates started rebounding from the recession.

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