This may come as no surprise to anyone who’s driven through downtown San Diego and seen all the construction cranes, but more new apartments are being built downtown than anywhere else in San Diego County, according to Apartments.com, an apartment listing company.
BUILDING: Diverse Roles Are Offered in High Demand Sector
Theresa DeMarco has worked as a structural steel welder, ran her own construction company and is a project manager for Emmerson Construction in San Diego.
Construction Co.’s Culture Creates Value Proposition for Clients and Employees
In an industry that has failed to attract women in significant numbers, Johnson & Jennings General Contracting stands out.
Project serves the University of Oregon in Eugene.
The Montera was one of nine projects included in the sale
When Adam “Ace” Moyer was looking for a new location for the Knockaround sunglasses company he formed in 2005, he found it in what had been a worn-out office building in San Diego’s Old Town.
PROPERTY: Colorful Apartments Get Noticed
Shift — the latest addition in downtown high rise apartment towers — was meant to stand out.
As predicted, tariffs imposed on steel and aluminum imports from Canada, Mexico and the European Union are bedeviling San Diego contractors and developers.
LEADERSHIP: COO Built Her Career From the Ground Up
Mary Pampuch, the new chief operating officer of Lankford & Associates, once wanted to be an actress.
Thomas Jefferson School of Law has signed a long-term lease for two full floors of space in the 24-story office tower at 701 B St.
Baldwin & Sons has completed construction of a $10 million dormitory at the 155-acre Chula Vista Elite Training Center.
Land is a big reason that North County has become such a big draw for commercial real estate development, but that’s only part of the picture, according to a report by the commercial real estate firm of Cushman & Wakefield.
Bankers Hill on the edge of downtown San Diego is drawing renewed interest from developers, who see its proximity to Balboa Park and its reputation as one of the city’s most walkable neighborhoods as attributes few other locations can match.
PROPERTY: WD-40 Emphasizes the Tribe and Shows Its Creative Vibe
Looking for that can of WD-40? Try under the kitchen sink.
PROPERTY: Rare Coalition Plots Steps for Expansion
Preliminary construction on a $685 million project to expand the San Diego Convention Center could start as soon as next summer — pending voter approval of a November ballot measure to pay for it.
When brokers at Colliers International in North County talk to clients about opening up their office space, they have a new place to take them for inspiration — the brokers’ own office.
REAL ESTATE: Demand Insulates Some S.D. Sectors; Small Projects More at Risk
Rising interest rates have yet to have much of an effect on commercial real estate transactions in San Diego County.
DINING: Gritty Past, Fun, Social Atmosphere Should Fit in East Village
Archie Moore, Ken Norton and “Cinderella Man” Jimmy Braddock fought there.
PODS has leased one of the three buildings that make up the commerce center
Renovations planned for both buildings
Near record low unemployment levels in San Diego County are hitting the commercial real estate market by driving down vacancy rates and contributing to rising rents, primarily for office space.
PROPERTY: Aged Inventory Comes Up Short for Today’s Needs
Old is not good for companies looking for warehouse and industrial space, but that’s what they’ll find in most of San Diego County.
An outdated Mission Gorge strip shopping center has been replaced by an 89-unit affordable housing complex.