Ray Huard


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

Recent Stories

North Park Draws Apartment Developers

PROPERTY: Food, Nightlife Scene Help Fill the Rentals

Developers are turning their attention to North Park in hopes of drawing renters who want an urban lifestyle with a funky touch but eschew the more hectic downtown lifestyle.

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El Cajon Apartments Sold For Nearly $13M

Complex has 56 apartments

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Civic San Diego Likely to Slide Into Consulting Role

DEVELOPMENT: Project Approvals to Move to City Development Services Dept.

Give us a chance, is what city planning officials are asking as they present plans to take over the downtown planning and permitting duties that have been handled by Civic San Diego — the independent agency created in 2012 to oversee downtown development.

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Defense Company Increases Its Space at Summit Pointe

Breaking Ground On Second Industrial Building Planned

TrellisWare Technologies has expanded its presence along the I-15 corridor.

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April Home Sales Are Up 11.4% From March

S.D. Ranked Fifth For Having Priced People Out of Market

CoreLogic reports an uptick in home prices and the number of homes on the market in San Diego County.

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New Club at Petco Is More Open to Game Experience

Walls Fold Aside to Open Up Onto the Ballpark

New look for Petco Park's VIP club thanks to an extensive makeover by BNBuilders and Carrier Johnson + Culture.

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America Assets Trust Acquires La Jolla Commons

Purchase price was $525 million.

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Retail Considers Its Options, Including Residential

Property: Vista Center Sees Opportunity In ‘Built-In Customer Base’

One of North County’s largest shopping centers — Vista’s North County Square — is planning to add residential to its mix in what’s becoming a growing trend.

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Chula Vista Industrial Buildings Sold For $24.4M

Buildings comprise the Brandywine Distribution Center

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A $900M Bond Is Proposed for Housing

HOUSING: Veterans, Homeless As Well as Others to Be Housed

More new affordable housing projects have popped up throughout San Diego County over the past two years, with more on the way. Even so, the need is so overwhelming that barely a dent has been made, with waiting lists topping 100...

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