REAL ESTATE: Project Could Spur Redevelopment
A $35 million mixed-use development on Poway Road that will include a food hall, apartments, townhomes, retail space and a fitness center is the first of what the city hopes will be many such projects to transform the thoroughfare from a row of strip shopping centers to a walkable downtown center with moderate-priced housing.
Vistage, an executive coaching firm based in San Diego, has moved its corporate headquarters from pricey El Camino Real to roomier and more economical quarters in Mira Mesa.
Downtown San Diego is the golden child for apartment construction in 2018, according to a report from the commercial real estate brokerage firm JLL.
Property will be developed as warehouse and distribution center.
Airport Authority pulled out of rental car lawsuit.
PROPERTY: High-Rise Projects Make Sense in Expensive Market
Take a look around downtown San Diego and new apartment towers — previously a rare sight — are sprouting up like never before.
Apartment construction is on the rise in San Diego County, according to a recent report from RentCafe, an apartment listing service.
Natalie Dahl hopes to come bearing gifts as she takes over as CBRE’s managing director for investor services in the San Diego region.
PROPERTY: Little Italy Project Brings Rentals, Dining and Romance
For more than a decade, people who live and work in Little Italy have yearned for a central plaza that would give the community a stronger European feel and a place that would be an attraction in its own right.
Hera Labs, a San Diego-based accelerator program for women-led startups, recently announced it would offer clients of the San Diego & Imperial Women’s Business Center (WBC) in National City access to its curriculum and training.
Beer fanciers looking for a new taste treat could soon head south to Chula Vista, where Novo Brazil is expanding into the Otay Ranch Town Center mall with a $2.5 million micro-brewery, tasting room, restaurant and beer garden.
Thompson is a Former executive with the California Apartment Association
Solana Beach Projects’ Eclectic Designs Fit In By Bringing Their Own Character, Style to the Mix
A series of projects are planned or underway in the center of Solana Beach that in at least one case will remove what many said has become an eyesore.
Building sold to Christie Lites of Orlando.
Los Angeles investors are showing increasing interest in San Diego’s commercial real estate market, according to the commercial real estate firm Marcus & Millichap.
ECONOMY: Bold Moves Often Missing in Key Developments
Getting big projects done in the San Diego region is often a nearly impossible task, with the downtown San Diego Convention Center the latest to run into trouble.
PROPERTY: Record Rents, Strong Revenue Limited Space All Factors
Despite recent closings of some big-box retailers such as Toys R Us and moves by others to scale back operations, the retail market in San Diego County is thriving heading into the second half of the year, according to commercial property brokerages.
For the past five years Mission Valley has been the hottest submarket in San Diego County for office space, racking up 683 deals.
TECH: From Building to Selling, Tech Tools Are Now a Must
Drones that help map buildings and property in a fraction of the time than it used to involve, and virtual reality systems that take people inside buildings still in the planning stages are among the technological innovations that are transforming commercial real estate.
Tijuana is heating up as a place for industrial companies looking to relocate or expand, according to a recent report by the commercial brokerage firm CBRE.
A vacant historic former retirement home and Catholic convent in La Mesa will be resurrected as a 130-unit apartment complex in a $40 million joint venture by Pathfinder Partners and Silvergate Development.
PROPERTY: East Village Site Maximizes Advantages
With the unassuming name of “Block D,” downtown San Diego’s newest office building might sound bland and generic. It’s far from the case.
Downtown building lobbies are getting extra attention from owners as part of an overall drive to spruce up older buildings to compete with newer offerings.