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Special Report: Seeking Approval

Downtown Development May Take a New Turn As Civic San Diego Loses Its Role in the ProcessThe demise of Civic San Diego as the arbiter of downtown development may slow approval of new projects or may lead to better oversight.

Carlsbad Apartment Complex Sold For $9.3M

Complex has 35 apartments.

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Otay Mesa Land Sold For $30M

Property had been used as a truck yard.

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San Diego Is Test Market for Company’s Micro Apartments

PROPERTY: Luxury Offering Short on Space, But Big on Amenities and Style

Tiny apartments — some so small that they’d almost qualify as walk-in closets — are making a go of it in downtown San Diego.

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Apartment Building Sold For $2.2M

Building has eight apartments.

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Normal Heights Apartment Buildings Sold For $5.3M

Buildings have a total of 21 apartments.

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City Heights Apartment Building Bought For $2.8M

Building has 16 apartments.

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Coronado Apartments Sold For $4.8M

Complex has 12 apartments.

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Four Apartment Buildings Sold For $7.4M

The complexes have a total of 44 apartments.

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San Diego Firm Funds West Hollywood Building Rehab

San Diego-based Wilshire Quinn Capital has provided a $2.2 million rehabilitation loan for a retail property in West Hollywood.

SD 500: Lee Chesnut

Lee Chesnut is principal and founder of Chesnut Properties, a Solana Beach-based commercial real estate investment and development company.

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Pacific Beach Apartments Sold For $3.3M

Building has 10 apartments.

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Swinerton’s Winning Hand

BUILDING: Co. Cultivates Trust, Dependability and Skill To Win Casino Contracts

In the last few years, an estimated $1 billion has been spent on renovations and expansions of casinos in San Diego County.

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Company Brings Plenty of Experience to Its First Local Casino Work

ARCHITECT: Respect and Relationships Are Key Part Of Working With Tribes

For over 20 years, Delawie, a San Diego-based architectural firm, had its hands full as the sole architect for Qualcomm Inc. But, following a lawsuit that kept publicly-traded companies from sole-sourcing and instead required them to select via a bidding process in the mid-1990s, Delawie had some time on its hands.

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Market Momentum Starts 2019 Strong and Keeps Going

San Diego’s commercial real estate markets in all sectors started 2019 with a burst of activity that brokers and analysts say is likely to continue.

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