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Character Is Amenity For East Village Office

PROPERTY: SuperBlock to Offer Classic, Large Space

The former home of Jerome’s Furniture — an East Village landmark in downtown San Diego for nearly 50 years — will be transformed into a new landmark of sorts.

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CEO Meets, Defeats Challenges, Turns to Helping Others

From the dot-com bubble burst to selling her company, Kim Perell has seen a little bit of everything as an entrepreneur.

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SDBJ INSIDER Pack You Baggies: Here Comes Cannabis Tourism

One of my must-reads every December is the Hotel Guru’s Top 10 Hospitality Market Trends, in which Robert Rauch of RAR Hospitality predicts what will be making news in the coming year.

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RF Industries Chalks Up 87 Percent Growth

RF Industries, which makes specialized electronic connectors, said it increased annual sales 87 percent in the recently ended fiscal year. Fiscal 2018 sales were approximately $58 million, compared to $31 million in fiscal 2017.

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Business Calendar for Week of December 10, 2018

Business events scheduled in the county.

Mattis: Military Needs Sustained Funds, High-Tech Tools

Defense Secretary James Mattis called for continued, robust defense spending during a Dec. 1 appearance at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, and appealed for help from California’s advanced technology sector. I

Plaza Buyers Looking for Right Mix to Make Property Shine

PROPERTY: Creating An Inviting Vibe for Millennials Part of Plan

When Patty Brutten and Marc Brutten’s Brixton Capital real estate investment firm bought Del Mar Plaza in February 2017, they were surprised at what they found.

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Following the Local Biotech VC Funding Trail

The San Diego Business Journal frequently chronicles local funding rounds and the big dreams that accompany them. But what about the largest venture capital sources locally?

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Oxeia Leading the Pack on Potential Concussion Treatments

Oxeia Leading the Pack on Potential Concussion Treatments

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Entrepreneur Won’t Let Eco-Opportunity Go to Waste

Last year after a holiday dinner, Marina Qutab’s father asked her what she hopes her legacy would be. She shared with him her dream of launching a zero-waste kit that provides users the ability to reduce waste in their everyday lives. The kit would include reusable replacements for some of the utensils that generate a lot of waste, including disposable forks and straws. So, they brainstormed, and she researched and in January 2018, the Zero Waste Kit Co. was officially born.

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Finding Some New Favorites

From new coffee shops to a new mezcal (or mescal) bar and tasting room, San Diego continues to grow its food and beverage scene with a bushel full of openings starting this holiday season through 2019.

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Making Some Changes

Although definitely not new to the neighborhood, some others around town are getting some pretty noteworthy facelifts.

Palisade at UTC Rolls Out Red Carpet of Amenities for Renters

Looming above University City at the edge of the Westfield UTC mall, the 23-story UTC Residential Tower passed a construction milestone in November with the topping off of the building.

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Renters Stay Put Rather Than Face Tough Local Market

Demand for rental apartments has reached near record highs in San Diego, even as the market for single family home sales continues to soften.

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Trends in Office Design Include Collaborative Areas, Access to Amenities and Connecting Outdoor Spaces

When it comes to keeping up with the latest trends in urban designs, the San Diego lifestyle plays a major role in what comes to fruition.

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Hit the Surf or Savor the Seclusion at This Encinitas Beach House

This home on the bluff in Encinitas embodies everything the term “luxury beach house” conjures up.

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Philathropy: Midway Foundation Backs JFS’ Military Service

Jewish Family Service of San Diego was awarded a $10,000 grant from the USS Midway Foundation to support its Hand Up Food Pantry, which provides groceries, diapers and other essentials to local military families and other San Diegans in need.

Local Spending Pays Off For the Community

When small business fails, we are all impacted but rarely understand why.

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Escondido Industrial Buildings Sold For $5.9M

More purchases planned by Orange County firm

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Piano Building Sold For $2.9M

Building was fully occupied.

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