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Food Hall in Sorrento Valley Opens

According to a spokesperson, Park Commons features five food places within a flexible 10,000 square feet open floor plan and hopes to effectively service Sorrento Valley's 130,000 daytime population.

Investors Drawn To County’s Multifamily Market

Renters Pump $48.9 Billion Into Local Economy

Apartment renters and investors are playing an increasingly significant role in San Diego County’s commercial real estate market, according to recent reports from brokers and a the national housing agency.

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Spaces Coworking Finds a Good Fit, Environment In Block D

Co. Attracted to ‘Up-and-Coming’ East Village Location

The coworking giant Spaces has opened its second San Diego location.

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Co. Looks to Create a Tijuana Software Scene

TECH: iTijuana Brings Companies, Talent and Jobs to Border City

Maritza Diaz visited Tijuana for the first time in 2015, when she was scouting the border city for a potential expansion of Thermo Fisher’s operations.

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Dexcom Delivers With Impressive Q3 Results

Company Looking At Various Avenues to Expand Its Market

In what an analyst called another blowout quarter, Dexcom on Nov. 6 posted $396.3 million in third quarter revenue, a 49% year-over-year increase.

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Pilot Program Puts Zero Emission Buses on Sustainability Route

CARB Goal Is to Have ZEB Fleets Replace Polluting Vehicles By 2040

On Oct. 19, 2017, the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) Board of Directors unanimously approved an 18-month Zero Emissions Bus (ZEB) pilot program.

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Jacobs, Rady Schools Form Accelerator

TECH: Altman Will Help With Commercialization, Clinical Trials

Medical device startups with ties to the UC San Diego will soon be able to take advantage of a new accelerator program offered by the Institute of the Global Entrepreneur.

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After Valuation Plummet, Human Longevity Raises $30M

Human Longevity Inc. has raised $30 million, a year after a letter from the company’s board signaled a cash crunch at the genomics outfit.

Hotel Karlan San Diego to Close

According to WARN filing made with the Employment Development Department, the 174-room Karlan Hotel will be permanently closing on Dec. 31.

LifeNet Health Acquires Organovo Subsidiary

LifeNet Health has acquired Samsara Sciences, a subsidiary of Organovo that provides human liver cells for drug research.

Mission Valley Building Leased

Building leased to Wawanesa General Insurance

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Irwin Jacobs Leads $4M Investment in Cyclopure

Cyclopure is developing filtration products that can remove tiny chemicals from tap water.

Hotel Del’s Plan Sees Room For More Grandeur

TOURISM: $400 Million Being Spent on Iconic Hotel

In late October, Hotel del Coronado, a Curio Collection by Hilton, and a historic beachfront hotel located in the city of Coronado, filed a WARN notice with the Employment Development Department.

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Incubator Program Hosts Firms Focused on Maritime Environment

BLUE ECONOMY: Port of San Diego Offers Funds and Other Help

One driving force behind San Diego’s blue economy is local government, specifically the Port of San Diego.

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Currax Buys Nalpropion, Gains Weight-Loss Drug

New Jersey’s Currax Pharmaceuticals now holds the rights to contrave, a weight-loss drug with San Diego roots.

Swimming Robots Scoop Up Data, Generate Revenue

BLUE TECH: San Diego Companies Have Diverse Product Lines

A sea lion or a penguin can be clumsy on dry land. Get one in the water, however, and it moves with remarkable speed, agility and grace — like it belongs there.

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Petco Opens Its First Tijuana Store as Part of Joint Venture

RETAIL: Store is 85th In Mexico; Goal Is for 90 Locations in 2019

On Nov. 1, Petco Animal Supplies Inc., the San Diego-based pet specialty retailer, and Petco Mexico, opened the first Petco store in Tijuana.

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Sempra Energy Revenue, Net Income Rise as Co. Adjusts Business Model

Capital Improvements Plan for Texas Utility Grows

Sempra Energy, the San Diego-based energy infrastructure company, reported profits of $813 million during the third quarter.

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Lincoln Partners With Chinese Co. For Del Mar Heights Office

Site Designed as Life Science And Technology Campus

An expansive Del Mar Heights office project that has been in the works since 2015 is about to begin construction under a newly formed partnership with a Chinese company.

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Sodexo Receives Food Service Deal For U.S. Marines

$116.5M Award Covers Bases Inside, Outside of San Diego

The following are selected defense contracts awarded to San Diego County companies in October and November.

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