DEVELOPMENT: Briad Group to Bring First AC Hotels by Marriott Property to Heart of Gaslamp in Downtown
A hotel developer based in New Jersey is building its first West Coast project in downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter.
Irvine Co. and Casey Brown Co. Successfully Fill Spaces
Anecdotal evidence of the steady strong demand for office space in San Diego comes with word that the Irvine Co. has signed leases with five new companies.
BUILDING: From Dealerships To Schools, Co. Takes High Road
Dempsey Construction Co. is the little company that could — and did.
HOUSING: Change Will Be Gradual Leveling Playing Field For Buyers and Sellers
Baby boomers will ease the housing crunch when they die. So says a report from Zillow, an online real estate brokerage.
Class C Apartments Are In Demand With Less Than 2% Vacancy Rate
All those fancy apartment towers going up downtown combined with a slowing job growth have resulted in a softening of rents for pricey places to live.
NONPROFIT: Efforts to Raise Funds Ramping Up; More Initiatives Coming
About four months ago, artist and developer Pete Garcia and his wife, Beth Callender, got this idea to start planting trees around downtown San Diego.
REAL ESTATE: Technological Changes Are Driving Market Consolidation
Two San Diego residential real estate agencies have merged, creating a single firm with nearly 1,000 agents.
Plan is to Create Ties To Community As Well As Experiential Offerings
An Oceanside shopping center — Mission Marketplace — is being spruced up with a movie theater and the addition of new amenities.