PROPERTY: Vacancy Rate Low; Investors Very Much Interested
Regency Centers owns 11 shopping centers in San Diego County and is so confident about future prospects that it’s looking for more.
PROPERTY: Redevelopment Preserves Classic Character, While Filling Market Need
Eerie was how Matt Belshin described the former bank building he bought three years ago along Escondido’s Grand Avenue.
Company offers space for budding tech and biotech companies.
DEAL: Local Firm’s Experience in High-Rise, Mixed-Use Spurred Move
San Diego-based developer OliverMcMillan has been acquired by Brookfield Residential Properties Inc. of Canada for an undisclosed amount of money.
Pacific Gate — one of downtown San Diego’s priciest condominium towers — is adding Puffer Malarkey’s Animae restaurant on the ground floor of its 41-story project.
La Jolla-based Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty has expanded its reach into Orange County and Coachella Valley by acquiring Hom Sotheby’s International Realty, headquartered in Newport Beach.
The Casey Brown Co., is transforming The San Diego Union-Tribune's former two-building campus into a top-of-the line office complex with amenities few other office buildings can match.
DEVELOPMENT: Desert, Dark Sky Status Result In Unique Library Project
Roesling Nakamura Terada (RNT) Architects, in partnership with BN Builders and Richard + Bauer Architecture, are nearing completion of a unique $11.5 million, 15,000 square-foot library that will rise above the desert floor in Borrego springs.
PROPERTY: Plan May Address Shortage, But Has Critics
Sunroad Enterprises wants to dramatically change development plans for a 253.1-acre Otay Mesa business/technology park to include up to 3,158 housing units in what would be the largest project the company has undertaken.
Brookfield Residential Properties acquires developer of mixed use projects.
The Breakwater Town Center is anchored by Grocery Outlet.
Zizhu Purple Bay project is on an 800-acre waterfront site
Rancho Del Oro Commerce Center is close to fully leased
A little more than a year after formal groundbreaking ceremonies, the company has started signing up tenants for its 23-acre One Paseo project in Carmel Valley.
Crafts and hobby store takes over former Dicks Sporting Goods site
CapRock Partners is bullish on the county's industrial market.
RETAIL: People Person, Skilled Jeweler Thrived At the Profession
At 93, George Carter Jessop Jr., is the oldest surviving member of the family that founded Jessop Jeweler.
PROPERTY: $200M Project Sets Summer 2020 Finish
After more than a decade of false starts, the city is finally getting the beachfront resort hotel project officials have long sought.
Purchase totals more than 175,000 square feet.
Purchase shows San Diego's appeal as a center of innovation.
New Visions Fellowship Will Continue To Use Site Under Lease
When Tim Wright first saw the property at the end of Indiana Street on the edge of Balboa Park, he knew he wanted to do something different with it.
A recently renovated North Park apartment complex has been sold.
Construction will start within the next few weeks on The Glen at Scripps Ranch.
PROPERTY: Rents At Complex to Be Subsidized By Vouchers
A vacant lot in Normal Heights is being transformed into an apartment complex for homeless veterans.
The complex includes 86 apartments and three commercial spaces.
Affordable housing for homeless families, individuals and veterans as well as for low income families is getting a boost with several projects opening or under construction.
Former City Council aide Betsy Brennan has been picked to lead the San Diego Downtown Partnership.
The condominiums at 2100 Costa Del Mar Road were built between 2006 and 2007 and sold to 82 homeowners.
SDSU West is the name the university has given to its plan to redevelop the Mission Valley site of the former Qualcomm Stadium.
Renting office space in San Diego is getting pricier, with the amount of money landlords want climbing closer to or matching peaks reached prior to the recession.
PROPERTY: Encinitas Center Sold for $24M, Seen As Long-Term Investment
A shopping center which Encinitas officials said would inject new life into downtown when it was built has been sold to a prominent developer of North County industrial and commercial property.