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Development Puts Otay Ranch on the Map

HOUSING: Rare Affordability, Variety Offered at Huge Long-Term ProjectWith some of its neighborhoods nearly butting up against the border with Mexico, Otay Ranch was once thought to be too remote by some homebuyers, too long a commute for people working downtown, and even thought by some to be part of Mexico.

Companies Create a Destination for Tenants

PROPERTY: Unusual Eatery, Collaborative Spaces Transform Office Campus

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Big-Box Vacancies Are Snapped Up By Retailers Big and Small

In the First Half, Space Became Available in 29 Big-Box Stores

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Joint Venture of Stos, Long Wharf Acquire Two Buildings

Cos. See Advantage In Rehabbing Older Buildings

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Office Project Gets a Key OK from Council; Groups Still Oppose

Cisterra Plans $450,000 Contribution to Preserve; Activists Want Site Changed

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North Park Apartments Sold For $3.7M

Complex has 10 apartments

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Development Builds on Rural Theme

HOUSING: Cost is Put at $500M for Net Zero Development

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Renovation Caters to Biotech’s Researchers

PROPERTY: Execs’ Offices Take Back Seat to Workers’

Give the best views of the ocean and surrounding landscape to the researchers up front.

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Riverside Apartments Acquired by San Diego Firm For $60M

Complex has 187 apartments

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Cornerstone’s Estancia Built to Accommodate Large Families

Houses Have Granny Flats for Separate Living Space

what for it is an unusually small housing development in Otay Ranch in partnership with Presidio Residential Capital.

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Carlsbad Industrial Building Sold For $7.3M

Building was home to the Gemological Institute of America

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La Mesa Shopping Center Sold For $3.2M

Center has 50 percent occupied

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Normal Heights Apartments Sold For $2.3M

Complex has eight apartments

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Versatility Defines Industrial Projects

PROPERTY: Developers See Sector as Solid Investment

Demand for industrial buildings has never been higher in San Diego County, and some of the new ones going up are a far cry from the sterile warehouses of old.

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Downtown Office Building Sold For $4.1M

Building was renovated in 2005

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House Prices Still Increasing as Sales Continue to Decrease

Rancho Bernardo Led The Way With 55 Sales In Month of June

Home sales were down in June for the 11th month in a row in Southern California.