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Project Has Industrial Revolution as its Theme

ARCHITECTURE: East Village Building Uses Steel as Central Design Element

Steel is a big part of the work Paul Basile’s BASILE Studio did in its award-winning design for Broadstone Makers Quarter in downtown San Diego’s East Village.

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40 Next Top Business Leaders Under 40 Finalists Announced

San Diego Business Journal Honors 40 Leaders

San Diego Business Journal Honors 40 Leaders

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Gatsby Provides Brands with Social Analytics

TECH: Company Will Seek to Raise Series A in Early 2021

San Diego-based Gatsby, a business-to-business influencer marketing platform, has launched an automated suite of tools to provide analytics on micro-influencers.

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Ware Malcomb Designs Logistics Co. Offices

Carlsbad Space Gives Company Modern, Cleaner Look

Ware Malcomb has designed new office space for Airspace Technologies in a Carlsbad building that had previously been renovated under a design by Ware Malcomb that split a single structure into two separate buildings with a paseo in between.

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Founder Launches Scholarship Program

Laura Johnson Encouraging Female Distillers

Laura Johnson, co-founder and CEO of You & Yours Distilling Co. in East Village, wants to help other female distillers break into the industry.

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Balboa Art Conservation Center Names New Executive Director

Gomez Franco will replace Janet Ruggles, who retired at the end of 2019 after 37years with BACC. Gomez Franco will start in early December.

Historic Mission Hills Property Sold

A 108-year-old Mission Hills building that combines apartments and commercial space has been sold for $3.6 million.

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Cue Receives $481M Award

BIOTECH: Co. Plans to Produce More Virus Tests

The U.S. Department of Defense awarded San Diego-based Cue Health Inc. $481 million to expand the capacity of its San Diego manufacturing plant.

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Holographic Solutions

TECH: IKIN Creates New Way of Interacting

IKIN, a San Diego company founded in 2017, is in the process of partnering with some of the largest companies in the world to provide holographic solutions for both business and consumer applications.

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Pandemic Boosts Desire for New Homes

HOUSING: Presidio Residential Capital Ramps Up Investments to Meet Growing Demand

A San Diego firm that finances new housing developments throughout the Western U.S. has dramatically ramped up its investments as a result of COVID-19.

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Veterans Create Portable Workout Machine

Flybody Fitness' BodyFly Designed to Replace Bulky Equipment

Flybody Fitness, a Mission Valley-based provider of at-home gym equipment, is empowering fitness professionals to make the most out of their workouts with its product called BodyFly.

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The James M. Cox Foundation Awards $250,000 for COVID-19 Response Efforts

The James M. Cox Foundation granted a total of $250,000 to two San Diego County nonprofits, the Monarch School and Family Health Centers of San Diego.

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Two Adjacent Hotels to Open in Oceanside in 2021

HOSPITALITY: $180M Project Will Add 387 Rooms and 400 Jobs

The city of Oceanside is about to get a major hospitality upgrade. The Mission Pacific Hotel and The Seabird Resort, two adjacent oceanfront properties, are scheduled to open spring 2021.

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Military’s Economic Impact Estimated at $52.4 Billion

DEFENSE: Report Quantifies Presence of Navy, Marines, Contractors

The U.S. military was responsible for some $33.6 billion in direct spending in San Diego during fiscal 2020.

Building Transformed at Mesa College

EDUCATION: 1970s Vintage Structure Escapes the Wrecking Ball

Once destined for the wrecking ball, a Mesa College building of 1970s vintage that climbs up a Clairemont Mesa hillside has been transformed into a fine arts building.

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Knockaround Sees Growth Spike Since COVID-19

APPAREL: Sunglasses Co. Projected to Grow Revenue by 40%

Knockaround, LLC, a sunglasses company based in Old Town and with 30 employees, will reach a significant milestone this year – thanks to COVID-19.

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Genalyte Receives Emergency Approval for Antibody Test

BIOTECH: Co. Touts 20-minute Time Frame to Detect COVID-19 Virus

Healthcare analytics and diagnostics company, Genalyte Inc. received emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its rapid COVID-19 antibody test, SARS-CoV-2 Multi-Antigen Serology Panel on Oct. 15.

Holiday Bowl Canceled for 2020

Over the last decade, the Holiday Bowl has averaged $31 million in economic impact and more than 28,000 hotel room nights annual for San Diego.

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