BUILDING: From Shanghai To Seaport Village, Developer Takes On the Big Jobs
Yehudi “Gaf” Gaffen likes to fish and hunt. When he hunts, he uses a bow and arrow instead of a gun.
Talk of Uber, Lyft, scooters and bicycles cutting demand for parking is just that so far — talk.
WORKFORCE: Buildings Adapt; Perk Appeals to Millennials
When Tien Nguyen and his three partners formed CPC Strategy — a digital marketing service in downtown San Diego — they invited the people they hired to bring their dogs to work.
San Diego’s residential real estate market for single family homes is cooling down, with some brokers reporting that homes are taking longer to sell than they did just a few months ago and rising mortgage rates are putting a crimp on sales.
Intense demand for industrial property has drawn the return of a player to the South County industrial market — Majestic Realty Co.
PROPERTY: Costs, Demand Push Builders to Deliver High-End Projects
The same developer who built one of downtown San Diego’s tonier apartment towers is bringing many of the same amenities to a South County project that acknowledges what some brokers said is the maturing of the area’s residential market.
Finding new space or room to grow will be a challenge for San Diego County retailers, according to a report from Marcus & Millichap.
The Greater San Diego Association of Realtors (SDAR) went online in September with its San Diego MLS multiple listing service used by real estate agents throughout San Diego County.
PROPERTY: The $40M Transformation Targets Cos. Needing Big Space
Where grumpy newspaper editors and reporters once toiled as noisy teletype machines clattered in the background, an international financial services group will become the first tenant in Ampersand — the renovated former home of The San Diego Union-Tribune.
People looking for apartments to rent choose Mission Valley over any other neighborhood in the city of San Diego, according to a report by Apartment Guide — an apartment listing company.
Sales of commercial real estate were down significantly in the first half of 2018 compared with last year.
In a sign of just how competitive the market is for industrial property in San Diego’s core city markets, a Kearny Mesa office building was demolished to make way for a spiffier new industrial building.
PROPERTY: Office, Retail Space Likely Options for East Village Purchase
Abandoned and run-down, the old building near Market Street and Island Avenue in East Village might be seen by some as ready for the wrecking ball.
PROPERTY: Creative Office to Rekindle Entrepreneurial Spirit
A block of six East Village buildings that were once one of the largest manufacturers of men’s clothing in the United States has been brought back to life as creative office space and renamed to honor its founding family.
2018 Best Places to Work Winners: Large Employer Category (250 - 1,999 U.S. Employees)
CONSTRUCTION: Co. Puts Health, Happiness And Balance on the Agenda
EDUCATION: Program to Delve Into Complexities of Planning and Communities
Demand is so strong for well-trained real estate and development professionals that UC San Diego is creating a special degree program in the field.
Artem Sharoshkin wanted something dramatic and different for The Boxing Club in downtown San Diego.
Property is at the former March Air Force Base.
Board of Supervisors approved the project in a 4-0 vote
As its name suggest, soccer is the big draw in the SoccerCity proposal for redeveloping the Mission Valley site of the former Qualcomm Stadium.
San Diego State University is bursting at the seams, and a ballot measure that would give the university the right to develop the former Qualcomm Stadium site into a second campus is meant to provide what school officials said is much-needed relief.
Westin San Diego Gaslamp hotel targeted as part of national drive by labor union.
Park 12 Getting Food and Fitness Retail Tenants
Park 12, the new apartment complex with more apartments than any other in downtown San Diego, is getting closer to being its own city-within-a-city, with the addition of retail tenants.
One of San Diego’s most historic hotels — the 110-year-old Glorietta Bay Inn in Coronado — has been sold for $39 million to Kamla Hotels, a hotel management and development company based in the Los Angeles suburb of Cerritos.
What do you do when one of your favorite bars is in danger of being replaced by trendy apartments or condos? You buy it.
Full count of petitions shows enough voters signed to qualify for the ballot
PROPERTY: CRE’s Lack Of Headquarters, Smaller Buildings Hurt Score
Though San Diego may think of itself as green, the green may stem from jealousy over the performance of other cities when it comes to having environmentally sensitive office space.