Clark also building new SDSU stadium
Sales of $5M and More Showed Fivefold Increase From Like Quarter of 2018
Apartment sales likely to remain strong through the rest of the year.
Architecture, Design Debates Put Spotlight On the Built Environment
Anyone can nominate a project as a stinker or a gem. The deadline is July 6.
Cubic Sells to Consolidate Its Campus; Buyer Is Not Revealing Its Plans
21-acre property sold for $35 million.
Equinevest Capital bought two-story building at 2035 Corte del Nogal.
The 12,598 square foot building, at 9859 Dale Ave., was sold to Robert P. Fraas.
Former Mission Federal Credit Union headquarters sold for $10.4 million.
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.
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.
Downtown and North Park Projects Focus on Younger Set
San Diego developers who focus what they build on so-called millennials are right on target when it comes reaching the biggest market.
Brandywine Distribution Center at 1670 and 1690 Brandywine Ave was sold by Stos Partners.
A Chula Vista medical office building has been sold for $4 million.
Stos Partners based in San Diego has sold a San Dimas office building for nearly $9.1 million.
The San Diego offices of HFF secured financing for the sale and renovation of two Los Angeles apartment buildings for an undisclosed price.
A Normal Heights apartment building has been sold for nearly $2 million.
New properties sold. A Normal Heights apartment building has been sold for nearly $2 million.
Company Partners To Build Creekside Apartments in Vista
San Diego’s Pathfinder Partners has just finished construction of Creekside Apartments adjacent to the Vista Village shopping center in Vista and has nearly finished a second Vista apartment project at Melrose Drive and Breeze Hill Road.
Company Plans To Develop the Project in Stages
Sudberry Properties has started construction of a 409,500 square-foot business park in Chula Vista that will include a mix of commercial and industrial projects.
Breaking Ground On Second Industrial Building Planned
TrellisWare Technologies has expanded its presence along the I-15 corridor.
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.
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.
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.
Buildings comprise the Brandywine Distribution Center
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...
Apartments are in Sherman Oaks neighborhood.
HOUSING: Zillow Service Lets Home Sellers Move Quickly
An online real estate tracking company based in Seattle is starting a digital service to sell homes in San Diego County and other select cities.
BUILDING: From Refugee Camp to Gafcon Role, He Embraces Challenges
Canh Tran knew he wanted a career in construction from the time when a seventh-grade teacher told him he’d done a good job on a drafting project. “I was drawing and he would come up next to me and say, ‘you’re pretty good,’” Tran said.
HOUSING: Rare Affordability, Variety Offered at Huge Long-Term Project
With some of its neighborhoods nearly butting up against the border with Mexico, Otay Ranch was once thought to be too remote by some homebuyers, too long a commute for people working downtown, and even thought by some to be part of Mexico.