Ray Huard

Reporter

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

Recent Stories

La Jolla Offices Sold for $3.2 million

A La Jolla office building that is home to a City National Bank office and the law firm of Blanchard, Krasner and French has been sold for $3.2 million.

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Coronado Apartments Sell for $3.1 million

A seven-unit Coronado apartment complex has sold for $3.1 million.

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Industrial and Flex Lead Way As Construction Gets Busy

New construction is heading for levels not seen in San Diego County since before the past recession, according to a report by the commercial real estate brokerage firm of JLL.

Star Street: Del Mar Heights Road

Businesses looking for a tony place to open shop might well consider Del Mar Heights Road.

Alexan ALX Leads Way of Downtown Apartment Boom

PROPERTY: Alexan Targets Millennials; More Projects on the Way

Downtown San Diego is about to get the first in a series of new apartment towers — Alexan ALX — after a year of little activity

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A New Day at the Office

Design and Construction Moves to Meet Millennials By Providing Open Space, Amenities And Office Options Rather Than a Set Space

Millennials, those younger workers between the ages of 18 and 34 who are seeking a different kind of workspace, are having a profound effect on the way offices are designed and built in San Diego County and elsewhere. And since millennials constitute a large percentage of the San Diego population, designers and builders are stepping up to accommodate their preferences.

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Arizona St. Apartment Complex Sells for $2.8M

An eight-unit North Park apartment building sold for nearly $2.8 million, close to $350,000 per unit.

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Design Firm Expands Offerings at California Offices

SmithGroupJJR, an integrated design firm, has begun offering mechanical and electrical engineering services in-house at its San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco offices.

North Park Apartment Sold for $2.8M

A Texas Street apartment complex in North Park sold for nearly $2.8 million, about $350,000 per unit.

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Survey: Nearly Half Say They Prefer Shopping In-Store Over Online

Brick and mortar store owners can take heart from a recent survey.

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